MBG Issue #37: November 19, 2004

Issue # 37

November 19, 2004

November 19, 2004

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East Austin Studio Tour
Saturday, 11/20, 10am - 5pm
Sunday, 11/21, 1pm-5pm

The Fall East Austin Studio Tour is just around the corner. On Saturday (11/20) and Sunday (11/21) come to the eastside as studios open their doors for the weekend. Extended to two days, this event gives everyone the chance to take their time at each studio and maybe even see them all! For more Information and for a list of participating studios, please visit www.eastaustinstudiotour.com. See you on the tour!

Joep Van Lieshout visits Austin!
Saturday, November 20, 5pm

After the East Austin Studio Tour, stop by Arthouse for designer and visionary architect Joep Van Leishout's talk at 5pm. Founder of the Atelier Van Lieshout, Van Lieshout "creates mysterious containers, mobile homes, office units, sensory deprivation pods and other quirky furnishings [which] fall somewhere between Utopian fantasy and utilitarian sculpture, all flavored with his unique brand of humor and irony." Van Lieshout will discuss his most recent architectural and design projects including the designed 'free state' AVL-Ville. For more information please visit www.arthousetexas.org

Free films at Finesilver! (in conjunction with Hills Snyder's show Flaternite)
Wednesdays (November and December), 7pm

Wednesday nights, during the months of November and December, Finesilver presents films complimentary to Hills Snyder's exhibition Flaternite. Snyder's installation, described by ArtPace's Kate Green as".. . darkly elegant. Like a 21st century gothic dinner party where the host is wearing light
pink...", will be on view through January 8, 2005. Upcoming films include La Jete (Chris Marker, 1962, 28 minutes) and Night and Fog (Alain Resnais, 1955, 32 minutes) on November 24 and Start the Revolution Without Me (Bud Yorkin, 1970, 90 minutes) on December 1. Screenings are free of charge and begin at 7:00 pm in the space adjacent to the gallery. Viewers are encouraged to bring popcorn or snacks, especially for the longer films.

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