1084 N MILWAUKEE, CHICAGO

SHALA MILLER

Heat Situated/Necessary Accessories

Thursday, August 31 at 8 PM, $7-10

The Nightingale presents Heat Situated/Necessary Accessories: new video works and poetry by Shala Miller. Her work primarily consists of photography, text, video and drawing from time to time. Language and conversation serve as the thematic umbrella for Shala’s work. Whether it’s the language of a photograph and it’s poetic capabilities or the conversation between the soprano and alto.

Originally from Cleveland, OH, Shala is a recent graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and she is soon to be a New Yorker.

PROGRAM NOTES:

THE ECHO, Super 8 converted to video, video, digital collage 8:14
LET’S GET IN THE DARK, video, 2:50
LULLABY FOR THE FALLING/A SPELL, video, 2:59
SOMETHING TO DO WITH THE HEAD AT THE TAIL, video, 5:08

videos to be followed by a reading of new poems.



Filed under: artist in attendance, documentation, essay, experimental, feminism, film, performance, poetry, Super 8mm, video

! ! ! GARAGE SALE ! ! !

The Sale of a Thousand
Interesting & Useful Objects
Benefitting the Nightingale & Co

Saturday & Sunday, August 12 & 13, 10 AM – 3 PM

Join us as we clean house and raise a little dough. AV equipment, furniture, cameras, clothes, dishes, books, art supplies, housewares.

Good tunes, occasional snacks, and visiting provided. It has been too long since we have seen each other’s faces. HAGGLING ENCOURAGED!

 



Filed under: poetry, potluck, queer, Uncategorized

TWEETING & DELETING

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.

Readings by:

Meaghan Garvey

Alyson Lewis

Allie Wachowski

Mac Popetz

Rosie Accola

Charlotte “Gasp” Gasparetti Ribar

Ashley Ray-Harris

event is free, $5 donation suggested at door to support nightingale cinema.



Filed under: feminism, performance, poetry, queer, reading

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