Rubin Museum’s The Red Book Dialogues pairs personalities from all walks of life will with a psychoanalyst and invites them to interpret a folio from Jung’s book as a starting point for conversation. Twitter’s Founder, Jack Dorsey, speaks Monday night.
Artist Keetra Deen Dixon blurs the distinction between work, play, and home. She turns an everyday blanket, refrigerator, and picture frames into dreamy, alien objects.
CMJ 2009 begins Tuesday. There’s lots of fluff out there, so here are my picks:
Most Welcoming For The Unemployed Show: ‘Sup Magazine Presents a free afternoon show with free booze @ Cake Shop 10/21
Most Timely For A Nightcap Show: Vice Late Nights w/ Crystal Antlers and Harlem @ Public Assembly 10/21-23
Most Secret Comedy Show: The Comedy Central Records Presents a Secret Show @ Comix 10/22
Most Fashionistas To Be Seen Show: Topman Presents w/ Neon Indian and Cale Park @ Root Studios 10/24
Most Looking Forward To Seeing A Band Again From CMJ 2008 Show: HeartsRevolution @ Santos Party House 10/24
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