Sustainability Lab back in action!
June 2 - 12, 2010
On June 2, Brooklyn-based cultural worker Jeff Hnilicka returns to DC to continue Sustainability Lab at Transformer.
Having just participated in Empire Builder - an epic train voyage to Portland, OR during which over 30 participants created guerilla public programs for fellow travelers while en route to Open Engagement, an initiative of Portland State University's Art and Social Practice MFA concentration (www.openengagement.info) - Jeff & Transformer invite DC audiences to participate in several new, interactive programs that continue to investigate emerging models of cultural production, the sustainability of these models, and their impact within communities.
Upcoming events include:
Thursday, June 3, 1 - 3:30pm: "InCUBATE Discusses ARBS (Artist Run Benefit Society)" - a conversation with Jeff Hnilicka and InCUBATE members Abigail Satinsky and Bryce Dwyer
6 - 8:30pm: FRAMEWORK Panel #13: BUILT TO LAST? truths & myths of sustainable cultural production at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. *see below
Friday, June 4, 5 - 7pm: "Seeding the City" with Brooklyn-based artist Eve Mosher at Fathom Creative
Saturday, June 5, 1 - 7pm: "A Day of Dischord," featuring performances by Andalusians and the Aquarium
Friday, June 11, 1, 3, & 5pm: "10 Dance Moves for Washington, DC - a dance lesson and travelogue", and
Saturday, June 12, 1 - 6pm: "Home Grown" - an afternoon of conversation, local foods, music, and art with Jeff Hnilicka and DC-based photographer Cynthia Connolly
Please click here or visit Transformer's website to download a full schedule of Sustainability Lab activities in June.
1404 P Street NW Washington, DC 20010 / 202-483-1102