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All panels scheduled for UMC 325 on Thursday have been moved to the UMC Gallery (2nd Floor).



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Friday, September 27 • 9:00am - 11:00am
Cal Arts, 2015 Hosts of &Now, Present

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As the hosts of the next &Now in 2015, CalArts faculty present a panel on writing with and through other media, highlighting the range of practices engaged, and how these interface with teaching on an MFA program. The presentations will mix the discursive with the performative, and topics include verbi-voco-visual experiments; tiny presses and handmade books; live film narration; writing with facebook; how performative tropes (such as play, display, improvisation scripting, scoring, presence, masquerade, spectacle) and oralities, (such as gossip, confession, spells, sermons, prayer, eulogy) become inspiration for textual production; cinematic ekphrasis; paraliterary and partial modalities, (such as lists, fragments, marginalia, innuendo and lacunae): as well as documentary and conceptual writing strategies.

Moderators
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Christine Wertheim

California Institute of the Arts
Christine Wertheim is author of mUtter-bAbel (Countertpath Press) and +|'me'S-pace (Les Figues), editor of the anthology Feminaissance, and with Matias Viegener co-editor of Séance and The n/Oulipean Analects. She organized the conferences, Séance (2004), Noulipo (2005), Impunities... Read More →

Speakers
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Tisa Bryant

Director, MFA Creative Writing Program, Co-Director, Equity & Diversity, California Institute of the Arts
Tisa Bryant makes work that often traverses the boundaries of genre, culture and history, with an enduring fascination with fusing critical and creative writing through the other arts into distinctive registers and new forms. She is the author of Unexplained Presence, a collection... Read More →
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Jen Hofer

Antena
Jen Hofer is a Los Angeles-based poet, translator, social justice interpreter, teacher, knitter, book-maker, public letter-writer, urban cyclist, and co-founder of the language justice and literary activism collaborative Antena. Her latest translations include the chapbook En las... Read More →
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Douglas Kearney

Faculty, MFA Creative Writing Program, CalArts
Poet/performer/librettist Douglas Kearney’s third poetry collection, Patter (Red Hen Press, 2014) examines miscarriage, infertility, and parenthood. His second, The Black Automaton (Fence Books, 2009), was a National Poetry Series selection. He has received residencies/fellowships... Read More →
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Janet Sarbanes

Janet Sarbanes is the author of the short story collection Army of One, and has published cultural criticism in journals such as Afterall, Popular Music and Society, Utopian Studies, Los Angeles Review of Books and East of Borneo. Her current book project is titled Radical... Read More →
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Mady Schutzman

Mady Schutzman (Ph.D. Performance Studies, NYU) is a writer, scholar, theatre artist, and filmmaker.  She has published essays and performance texts in several journals including The Drama Review, Women and Performance, Theatre Topics, The Journal of Medical Humanities, American... Read More →
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Matias Viegener

MFA Writing Program, CalArts
Matias Viegener is a writer, artist and critic who works solo and collaboratively in the fields of writing, visual art, and social practice. His new book, 2500 Random Things About Me Too, is published by Les Figues Press, and he’s the editor of I'm Very Into You, the corresp... Read More →
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Christine Wertheim

California Institute of the Arts
Christine Wertheim is author of mUtter-bAbel (Countertpath Press) and +|'me'S-pace (Les Figues), editor of the anthology Feminaissance, and with Matias Viegener co-editor of Séance and The n/Oulipean Analects. She organized the conferences, Séance (2004), Noulipo (2005), Impunities... Read More →


Friday September 27, 2013 9:00am - 11:00am
Black Box Theater Roser ATLAS Building (2 floors down from the lobby), 1125 18th Street, Boulder

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