October Events

Saturday October 14th: The Artist’s Eye

Brooklyn Museum of Art, 5th Floor, 2:00–3:00 p.m
Part of a series of intimate, in-gallery talks by contemporary artists which illuminate the museum’s special exhibitions with fresh and alternative perspectives. Molly will be responding to the current exhibition – Proof: Francisco Goya, Sergei Eisenstein, Robert Longo.

Tickets are $16 and include Museum admission. Members receive 10% off. 

Sunday October 15th: WTF DO WE DO NOW!?!

Pioneer Works, 159 Pioneer Street  10am – 7pm
Pioneer Works, Creative Time, and the Yes Men are proud to announce WTF Do We Do Now?, a one-day gathering with open forums, town hall meetings, and small-group dialogues. Molly will be in the fellow company of such guest speakers as Frances Fox PivenAvram Finkelstein, and more.

Admission is free with registration, here.

Tuesday October 17th: The Art of Revolution and Protest

Festival of Ideas at the University of Bristol, Wills Memorial Building, 18:15-19:15
This event is one of six University of Bristol art lectures taking place in 2017. The concepts of ‘art’ and ‘revolution’ intersect in many and various ways. Molly will be kicking off the series with her talk about the role of contemporary art as weapon of protest and revolution

Registration and more info here.

UPDATE: The lecture at Bristol has been moved to a larger venue. If you were previously unable to register, tickets are now available again here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/molly-crabapple-the-art-of-revolution-and-protest-tickets-37126141288

Thursday October 19th: Rebuilding Syria’s Cities for All
A Conversation with Marwa al-Sabouni and Molly Crabapple

Festival of the Future City, Arnolfini Center for Contemporary Art 6pm – 7pm
Marwa al-Sabouni runs a private architectural studio in Homs, Syria. She advocates that architecture played a crucial role in the slow unravelling of Syrian cities’ social fabric, preparing the way for once-friendly groups to become enemies instead of neighbours. This conversation will explore the role architecture and the built environment play in whether a community crumbles or comes together, and offers insights on how Syria should be rebuilt.

Registration and more info here.

 

 

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