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29.11.05

Miranda July at NMWA

The National Museum of Women in the Arts (1250 New York Avenue NW) hosts interesting exhibits and performances, and I am passing along information on two film screenings there that might be of interest to Ionarts readers. First, the NMWA is showing Miranda July's Me and You and Everyone We Know (see Todd's review on September 16) this Thursday, December 1, at 7 pm. This was the director's first feature film, and it won awards at Sundance and Cannes this year. Tickets are $5, and you must make a reservation by phone (202-783-7370) or e-mail (reservations@nmwa.org).

Unfortunately, I cannot go to see that (grumble, grumble), but I may be able to make another screening of a selection of Miranda July's short video works on Monday, December 12, at 7 pm: The Drifters, The Amateurist (1998, 14 min), Atlanta (1996, 10 min), Nest of Tens (1999, 27 min), Getting Stronger Every Day (2001, 6.5 min). Tickets and reservation information is the same as above.

2 comments:

Mark said...

Also at NMWA, Annual Holiday Gift Market, Dec 6th-Special Personal Appearance 2005 Featured Artist Sandra Magsamen “Messages from the Heart” artist and author

Charles T. Downey said...

Thanks for that info, Mark. Tell Sandy to get the museum moving on sending out that info.