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[BKARTS] Call for Book-Inspired Performance Art



CALL FOR PERFORMANCE-BASED ART
 
As part of programming associated with its gallery exhibition "Beyond Words:
The Collectable Book," Minnesota Center for Book Arts (MCBA) is seeking
artists interested in participating in "Uncollectable: An Evening of
Book-Inspired Performance Art." This night of bookishness will feature an
eclectic mix of artists with the hope of including works communicated
through a variety of forms: spoken word, music, short plays, comedy, dance,
and other methods of expression. The idea of ³book² is just a starting
point. Works may involve literacy, censorship, memory, sequence, memoir,
readings, or a whole host of other themes.
 
The event will take place on Saturday, October 21, 2006 at 7 pm in the
Marshall Fields Performance Hall at Open Book (1011 Washington Ave South,
Minneapolis). Limited sound equipment as well as video and slide projectors
are available. Participating artists will be compensated through a modest
honorarium.
 
If you would like to be considered, please send a proposal (including your
contact information, a brief description of the performance, special
equipment or staging needed, and the performance¹s running time) to: Jeff
Rathermel, MCBA, 1011 Washington Ave South, Suite 100, Minneapolis, MN
55415. Or email the information to: jrathermel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx If you have
questions, you can call Jeff at 612.215.2526.

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