MAR 7, 6-9pm: First Friday, features two exhibitions that focus on Ecology:
PLANTBOT GENETICS/MONSANTRA, by Auburn, Alabama based art team WENDY DESCHENE and JEFF SCHMUKI, with a focus on the ethics of large-scale agricultural production and distribution of genetically modified foods. They will also have their ArtLab trailer on-site.
In the Nan Boynton Gallery is Michigan artist, MARGI WEIR, with large scale drawings symbolic of our culture’s reliance on unsustainable practices in energy and food production.
Music under the tent by Hal Shows. In the Annex, there will be an installation/performance by Jeff Beekman with dancers from FSU dance department in the 621Annex. Also, Poems on Demand by Jay Snodgrass. Coffee by Journeyman Coffee. Exhibits MAR 7-31.
MAR 16, 4-6pm: 621 Salon, “Poetry for a Change”, the 2013-2014 poetry reading series sponsored by 621 Gallery, Apalachee Review, and Anhinga Press will
be having a reading called Poetry for Women
as March is Women’s History Month and the organization to benefit will be the Chelsea House.
MAR 27, 5-7pm: ART HAPPY HOUR…a last chance to view the exhibits/refreshments.
MAR 1/2, 7:30-11pm/2-4pm: A play by Naomi Wallace, produced and directed by Joshua Inocencio.
MAR 22, 7-9pm: STATIC FEELINGS,
Kelly Boehmer’s Installation class and Chuck Carbia’s Performance class at FSU presents ‘Static Feelings’ – a one night event of installation and performance art.
MAR 28, 10pm-Midnight: George McConnell performance art project, featuring faculty and students from FSU Theater and Visual Arts Departments.