a visiting reading series
The Nightingale Cinema, 1084 N. Milwaukee
Thursday, July 13, 7 pm, $5 suggested donation
Tweeting & Deleting is coming to CHICAGO.
The reading series curated by Lina Abascal (@linalovesit) is a place for women identifying and nonbinary writers to hang out and share their work.
Charlotte “Gasp” Gasparetti Ribar
event is free, $5 donation suggested at door to support nightingale cinema.
Filed under: feminism
New Video Works By Grace Mitchell
1084 N. Milwaukee
Friday, June 16th, 7:00 pm, $7-10
Grace is an image maker whose work is often inspired or facilitated by writing and language (body-language, spoken language, and other communicating forms). Discourse in her films functions much like how talking to yourself does: it lingers, disagrees; it’s sporadic and disjointed. Rarely concludes.
Join us for a special screening of new video work by Milwaukee based artist Grace Mitchell. Artist in attendance!
Accompanying the screening will be issues 3, 4 & 5 of Cineviews, an experimental publication revolving around filmic endeavours, founded by Mitchell with the designing forte and collaborative efforts of Reece Ousey, as well as a yet-to-be-released book of images created by Mitchell and published through Martian Press, a risograph printing press run by Stephanie Gage, located in Milwaukee, WI.
Fate Parts (3 min)
Ilse, Irene (5 min)
Another’s Window (7 min)
Red Heel In Field (2 min)
Top Thrill (7 min)
Yards (7 min)
Been Waiting (6 min)
Was Here (4 min)
Sunset Song (5 min)
Filed under: artist in attendance
Mantel (part 1)
Thursday April 27th at 7:30 pm, $7-10
The Nightingale (1084 N. Milwaukee)
Her environment is an expanded New Media art series highlighting feminine spectrum artists focusing on broadening the understanding of how New Media practices can be used in multiple forms of art making. Artists have shown work in performance, writing, light, textile, and sound as well as more traditional embodiments of the term “new media” including computer games, video installation and rendered worlds. Our aim is to show pieces that challenge how new media can be used, and the male dominated culture that surrounds it.
Filed under: experimental
, new media