at the PINHOOK bar!
117 W. Main
Saturday January 24th
7-9:30 (starting 7:30 sharp)
Join us when the best of the arts in the Triangle meets the best new bar in Durham for a night of Pinhook Arts. Film, dance, music, poetry, spoken word, and performance art take place in downtown Durham’s favorite new neighborhood join, The Pinhook. No cover and featuring
Mz. Julee- This Fine Suit of Mine is a performance art piece by Raleigh Artist Mz*Julee. It is based on her experience of the “Job Search“ over the years, and the struggle that it brings. The performance includes: live performance, spoken word, originally created audio background, installations of gowns, an iron, newspaper and imagination. www.myspace.com/mzjulee
Choreo Collective- Caroline Williford, Susan Saenger and Michelle Odgers of Choreo Collective will perform a new site-specific work, Canzonet, at the Pinhook. Choreo Collective is a collective of Triangle area modern dancers and choreographers committed to exploring the creative process and increasing the presence of the performing arts in the community. For more information, please visit www.choreocollective.org
Jim Haverkamp- Jim Haverkamp is an award winning filmmaker and freelance editor whose short films have shown at over 100 festivals around the world. His recent work includes collaborations with Little Green Pig Theatrical Concern and Manbites Dog Theater. At the Pinhook, he’ll show Hot Dog Man: A Case Study; Last Pack, and wedding movie from Fistful of Love.
kathryn l. pringle- kathryn l. pringle's first book, RIGHT NEW BIOLOGY, is just out from Factory School/Heretical Text Series. She is the author of The Stills (Duration Press) and Temper & Felicity are Lovers (TAXT). Her poems can be read in The Denver Quarterly, Fence, Dusie, 14 hills, and 580 Split, among others. She edits the literary magazine minor/american, and was the co-founder of the minor/american reading series in Durham, N.C. she blogs at ::END PUNKTURE:: (http://kathrynlpringle.blogspot.com/)
Greg Humphreys- Greg spent the last 20 years fronting bands Dillon Fence and HOBEX, releasing a dozen albums worth of music and playing over 2000 live shows. He recently released his first acoustic solo album Trunk Songs to critical acclaim. "...one of the definitive Chapel Hill anthems" - David Menconi, Raleigh News and Observer
Bull City Slam Team- Members of Durham’s award-winning slam team and the hosts of the 2009 Southern Fried Regional Poetry Slam perform some of their best team and individual pieces.
SFSU POETRY CENTER READING
FEB 5 @ 4:30 w/ Jules Boykoff
and, later that night:
Subject: Book Release Party: Pringle and Boykoff at The Green Arcade in SF
Who: kathryn l. pringle and Jules Boykoff
When: Thursday, 5 February at 8 p.m.
Where: The Green Arcade, 1680 Market Street, San Francisco (415) 431 6800
Please join us on Thursday, 5 February at 8 p.m. to celebrate the release of two new books of poetry from Factory School:
RIGHT NEW BIOLOGY by kathryn l. pringle and Hegemonic Love Potion by Jules Boykoff
kathryn l. pringle is a graduate of the MFA program at San Francisco State University. Her book, RIGHT NEW BIOLOGY, is just out from Factory School/Heretical Text Series. She is the author of The Stills (Duration Press) and Temper & Felicity are Lovers (TAXT). Her poems can be read in The Denver Quarterly, Fence, 14 hills, 580 Split, and Sidebrow, among others. She is an editor at the literary magazine minor/american, and the co-founder of the minor american reading series in Durham, N.C., now funded by Duke University.
Jules Boykoff is the author of Hegemonic Love Potion (Factory School, 2009), The Slow Motion Underneath (with Jim Dine, Steidl Editions, 2008), and Once Upon a Neoliberal Rocket Badge (Edge Books, 2006). His political writing includes Landscapes of Dissent: Guerrilla Poetry & Public Space (co-authored with Kaia Sand) (Palm Press, 2008), Beyond Bullets: The Suppression of Dissent in the United States (AK Press, 2007), and The Suppression of Dissent: How the State and Mass Media Squelch USAmerican Social Movements (Routledge, 2006). Boykoff lives in Portland, Oregon.