May 18th: Underground Gala Dinner at Land & Sea. Dept
June 15th: Birthday Bash at Salvage 1
Thursday June 14, 2012
MORE A night of readings by (7+) artists and writers invited to think about more-ness, in the present context of austerity and debt
Thursday, June 14, 7 – 9 pm
Matthew Goulish is the author of The Brightest Thing in the World (Green Lantern, 2012) and 39 Microlectures - in proximity of performance (Routledge, 2000). He teaches in the MFA/BFA Writing Program at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and is the dramaturg, and sometimes a performer, for Every house has a door.
Matthias Regan is a founding member of the Next Objectivists Poetry and Poetics workshop, which is free, open to the public and held every other Thursday at the Mess Hall in Rogers Park. A collection of his harmolodic essays is forthcoming from Virtual Artists Collective.
Anastasia Douka is an artist, and currently an MFA candidate at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Sam Davis is an artist living in Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. While still a devoted fan of the Chicago Bulls, in their absence from the playoffs, he wants desperately for the Oklahoma City Thunder to win the Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy at the 2012 NBA finals.
Jill Riddell is on the faculty of the MFA in Writing program at TheSchool of the Art Institute, and has published widely on nature and the environment. She chairs the Illinois Nature Preserves Commission and is a member of the City of Chicago Mayor’s Nature & Wildlife Committee.
Abigail Satinsky is the Program Director at threewalls and a member of InCUBATE, a research group dedicated to exploring new approaches to arts administration and arts funding (and the founders of Sunday Soup).
Chiara Galimberti is an artist, writer and parent from Italy currently residing in Chicago.
This event accompanies the exhibition "Still, yet, else, further, again," which title strings together synonyms for more.