When we hit the road, we hit the road hard. When I say “we”, I mean just about anyone who I work or hang out with. 340 more words
Tags » Elsewhere
This Saturday, December 14, Associate Professor and Chair Tom McDonough will participate in a symposium titled “Monuments, Monumentality, Monumentalization” at Dia:Chelsea. The symposium, which also includes Svetlana Boym and David Graeber, is part of Dia’s ongoing involvement in projects that present a critical monumentality, including Thomas Hirschhorn’s Gramsci Monument (July – September 2013) and the upcoming retrospective Carl Andre: Sculpture as Place, 1958-2010 (to open May 2014). 121 more words
The inaugural Dangerous Voices Variety Hour was this weekend, and I am certain there will be many more. Once we got the definitions clear, “featured author” being quite different than “tortured author” and made sure that the organizers had not, in fact, ordered a dunk tank for the event, we, and the audience, were on our way. 377 more words
By Gabrielle Zevin
-NOT PART OF THE TRIP TIME CHINA-
Elsewhere is a brilliant, awe-inspiring book, in a whole new genre-magic realism- with an amazing backline storyline about a girl called Liz, who is killed in a hit-and-run accident and wakes up on a steam boat travelling to the land of ‘Elsewhere’. 226 more words
You’re Invited to our 24th Annual Harper Celebration: tomorrow in Cincinnati is a day devoted to all things Harper.