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Reception and Panel Discussion: Friday, March 31, 5.30 - 8.30 PM Artists presented: Kathy Butterly, Hermine Ford, Tara Geer, Laura J. Gerlach, Jacqueline Gourevitch, Michelle Jaffé, Joyce Kozloff, Kathleen Kucka, Melissa Meyer, Luisa Rabbia, Jennifer Riley, Ursula von Rydingsvard, Kate Shepherd, Kiki Smith, Leslie Wayne. Curated by Stephanie Buhmann in Collaboration with Jennifer Riley. The group exhibition IN CONVERSATION is inspired by a series of interviews with female artists, which were conducted by the art historian Stephanie Buhmann between January 2013 and December 2015. Looking for an approach beyond the mainstream media coverage of the art market, Buhmann visited the artists in their studios. The conversations she conducted in these intimate spaces of artistic practices focus on process, philosophy, personal history, art historic contexts and aesthetics among others. IN CONVERSATION is sparked by these interviews and helps to illustrate them. Though all of the artists featured are based in New York, they are working in different media and styles, reflecting some of the eclectic concerns and methods found in the city’s contemporary art world today. Buhmann...Find out more »
Adults are invited to drop in upstairs at the Seymour Library and play Cribbage, a card game for two to four players. Experienced players are welcome, and volunteers Terri and Ed Devoe will teach beginners at 6:00 PM on Thursday, April 6th. The free Jackson County Public Library Cribbage Meetup takes place on the first and third Thursdays of each month. Registration is not required. A characteristic feature of Cribbage is the “crib,” and in which the object is to make counting combinations for points that are scored on a cribbage board. Cards and boards are provided. For other program dates or information about other library programs, go to http://myjclibrary.org/events or call the Seymour Library at 812-523-INFO (4636).Find out more »
Each session includes a read aloud, make-n-take and ideas to continue your exploration at home. Register at mybcpl.org under Events or call 812-379-1288.Find out more »
Join in the discussion of The Cat’s Table by Michael Ondaatje. On a ship, the “cat’s table” is the farthest from the captain’s table, both in location and prestige. In Ondaatje’s (The English Patient) novel, it’s also where the interesting people sit, including the narrator, an eleven year old boy travelling from Sri Lanka to England in the early 1950s.Find out more »
Come to the Cabaret at The Commons presented by the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic for an intimate evening featuring world class talent on a small town stage! The Tony- and Grammy-winning tenor Billy Porter brings his show, Broadway and Soul, to his Cabaret at The Commons show featuring boldly inventive mash-ups of Broadway, swing, disco, and blues. Known for his humor and innate vocal power, Mr. Porter has a knack for shifting personas on stage focusing on inspiration, empowerment and hope. Tickets are $55 (VIP), $35 (Preferred), and $20 (General Admission). A plated dinner is available for $18; RSVP your dinner order by Sept. 26. Call 812-376-2638 or visit www.theCIP.org.Find out more »