You like to help children learn about art, don’t you? Then join us tomorrow night at Hyperallergic HQ for a unique fundraising event that will benefit the inspiration and artistic summer camp in upstate New York, Camp Pocket Utopia.
Titled “One Image, One Minute: Significant People Present Significant Images,” this unique fundraiser invites you to look and listen to various people in and outside the art world respond to images that have made a major impact on their lives.
Tickets are $25 and proceeds will benefit Camp Pocket Utopia.
Camp Pocket Utopia is a social school and free arts camp for kids inspired by the historic Black Mountain College, as interpreted by Austin Thomas in collaboration with the Bushwick-based nonprofit arts organization Norte Maar. The Camp hopes to inspire a conversation amongst artists, creative thinkers, and the community, empowering participants and observers to think for themselves while offering a free arts camp for the kids of Rouses Point, NY, and the surrounding North Country.
Confirmed “One Image, One Minute … ” presenters include: Laura Braslow, Deborah Brown, Jen Dalton, Kianga Ellis, Louise Fishman, Rico Gatson, Veken Gueyikian, Rachel Gugelberger, Chris Harding, Valerie Hegarty, Lars Kremer, Ellen Letcher, Brooke Moyse, Cathy Nan Quinlan, James Panero, Jonathan Stevenson, Adam Simon, James Wagner, and more…
One Image, One Minute, Significant People Present Significant Images
Tuesday June 22nd 7:00 pm
Hyperallergic HQ (map)
181 N11th Street, #302, Brooklyn, NY
Tickets $25.00. Additional donations greatly appreciated.
Refreshments will be served.
Space is limited so RSVP and purchase tickets NOW. If you can’t make it please consider making a donation at the same site.
“One Minute, One Image … ” is based on Micol Hebron’s column in X-TRA, a quarterly journal published to promote and provoke critical discourse about contemporary visual art in Los Angeles, and is a recreation of a project produced by Belgian director Agnès Varda. Varda invited various people in and outside the art world to respond to photographic images for one minute. She presented the results on French television in 1983.
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