Sunday, December 04, 2005

Hoax Clarification

Clarify-- this is a hoax? As in there is no move....

6 comments :

Snorey said...

I'm going to go out on a limb here and say: "No." But I must confess I don't understand Michael D.'s post at all.

Tara said...

Dear Shimer friends,

I do hope this message finds you very well, despite the state of flux Shimer finds itself in at the moment.
This is a message I received from Goat Island, a theatre collective that has been together for many many years, quite inspiring, and that I thought you may be interested in (kind of Shimer locals, in many ways perhaps)...

I am not going to address the Shimer move issue directly just yet.

Anyhow, and however, this from Goat Island... (if anyone goes can you share how it went? :)

Goat Island Says :-

Below, please find information about our first video installation (!) and an upcoming workshop we will be teaching in Chicago. As always, we encourage you to share this with anyone you think might be interested.


Goat Island Performance Group
1144 North Hoyne, Chicago IL 60622, USA
www.goatislandperformance.org

UPDATES - AUGUST 2005

Summary:
1. New Video Installation
2. Performance Workshop at Links Hall

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1. New Video Installation

Daynightly They re-school you The Bears-Polka
a double film by Goat Island
9.5 minutes x 2, 2005

Directed by Lucy Baldwyn & Lin Hixson
with Karen Christopher, Matthew Goulish, Mark Jeffery, Bryan Saner & Litó Walkey

WHERE:
Faculty Sabbatical Exhibition
Betty Rymer Gallery
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
280 S. Columbus Drive
Chicago, IL 60603

WHEN:
December 7, 2005 - February 24, 2006
Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 10am-5pm
Opening Reception Wednesday, December 7th, 5pm-7pm

*******************************
2. Performance Workshop

at Links Hall, Chicago
January 28, 2006
Saturday, 10am-4pm
$50

Goat Island Performance Group presents a workshop focusing on
strategies for working collaboratively to investigate creative forms of
thought and presentation. Disciplines of performance, writing, movement,
research, and creative response will be examined in various forms and
combinations. Appropriate for a diverse mix of participants, with a broad
range of age and artistic experience.

Links Hall is located at 3435 N. Sheffield Avenue, convenient to the Addison
Red Line El stop.

For more information or to register for the workshop contact Erica or CJ at
773.281.0824 or info@linkshall.org

... so, there we go. Warm hellos to chris McGlynn, chris heinisch, josh hilgart, michael weinman, sarah kimmel, albert fernandez, erik badger, and all the other voices that i see and remember here in this virtual reality, as well as those i don't...

all best wishes,

shimerbard31 said...

Tara,

Can you send me your email and contact info? We've been out of touch too long.

I'll also send you an invite to join the blog.

Sarah Kimmel
skimmel@kpsconsulting.com

Behind Dish said...

Tara,

Great to here from you. Add me to your blog if you have one or email me at aptmusic@hotmail.com

Chris Heinisch

Saradevil said...
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Inspector Michael D . . . said...

The Future of Shimer College Web site is a hoax.