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Go & See: Tuesday 4 – Monday 10 March

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Every week, BR&S picks out a series of gallery events, screenings, exhibitions, performances. Here are our choices for you to go & see:

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Stephanie's Pick!
Tuesday March 4

Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, Knafel Center, 10 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA
Judy Chicago & Jane Gerhard in Conversation: Art Education & Popular Feminism
In conjunction with the exhibition: Judy Chicago: Through the Archives
"Join the pioneering feminist artist Judy Chicago, the historian Jane Gerhard, and the Schlesinger Library director, Nancy F. Cott, for a lively discussion on feminist space, The Dinner Party controversy, a critique of studio art education, and more." [Source]
4:15pm / Free

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Wednesday March 05

MIT Media Lab, 3rd Floor Atrium,
Media Lab Conversations Series: Jaron Lanier How to Love and Criticize Technology at the Same Time
"There's a new upwelling of anti-technology feeling that needs to be countered by sympathetic technologists. We've brought it on ourselves. If we go around bragging that we'll live forever, and that people shouldn't worry about little issues like jobs because the singularity is about to happen, we should expect ridicule. It's entirely possible to articulate a radically interesting approach to technology that doesn't make us out as jerks." [Source]
Jaron Lanier in conversation with Ken Perlin, Hiroshi Ishii, and Pattie Maes
4-5:30pm / Free

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Brian's Pick!
Wednesday March 5

Ernst Karel

MIT, ACT Cube (Building E15-001), 20 Ames Street, Cambridge
Live Performance: Ernst Karel
"In conjunction with Hourly Directional: Helen Mirra and Ernst Karel, artist Ernst Karel presents a quadraphonic live performance version of Hourly directional sound recording, Arizonan Sonoran Desert, the previous iteration of the collaborative project between Karel and Helen Mirra." [Source]
6pm/ Free & open to the public

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John's Pick!
Thursday March 6- Friday March 7

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 20 Ames St , Cambridge, MA
MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology: Cinematic Migrations Symposium

"Cinematic Migrations, as a conjoined designation, poses the notion of "migrations" in relation to "the cinematic" in an intentionally porous juxtaposition, conceived to allow a wide range of questions, interpretations and permutations to emerge. During this initial phase, the work of John Akomfrah, currently with Smoking Dogs Films and previously with Black Audio Film Collective, provides a focal point for examination, in conjunction with presentations of filmmakers, artists, and scholars participating in the related lecture series." [Source]
Registration: 2-3pm / Free

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Clint's Pick!
Friday March 7

450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA
Karina Tovar: Public Hearings
"Hear ye, Hear ye. What's in the public concerns us all. What's in the public is open. Join in this March 7th at 7pm EST USA via on-air.karinatovar.com and listen to a live performance happening in Boston, MA." [Source]
7pm / Free

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Saturday March 8

deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, 51 Sandy Pond Road, Lincoln, MA
Constructing Characters in Photography
Photographers Claire Beckett and Caleb Cole (featured artists in Character Study) join a lively and informative conversation with Mary Tinti. Hear the artist’s strategies in exploring and creating the characters in their work on view in.
2pm / Free w/admission

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Sunday March 9

Kijidome, 59 Wareham Street Unit 1A, Boston
HOT SPOT: presented by Sisters Of The Lattice
"HOTSPOT is a participatory video screening that features 3 individual steam saunas. The event centers around the Sisters of the Lattice's 80-minute film called Link (details below). Three participants may reserve a personal sauna pod for each ceremony, but members of the general public are encouraged to watch the film in regular seating as well. No RSVP is required for non-sauna viewers." [Source}
2, 4, 6 & 8pm / Free. RSVP here for a sauna here.

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