The Northampton Arts Council is an organization whose goal is to support and promote the arts in Northampton. Originally created as a Local Arts Lottery Council, it began its work by administering a grants program in which proceeds from a state lottery are distributed to local artists, arts groups, and public schools.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Mint Field @ 13 Queen

Saturday March 25
8PM - 11PM 
All Ages

Eternal Slumber Party Presents
Mint Field (Tijuana, MX)
Judas El Desgraciado (Mexico City, MX)
Izy Coffey (Northampton, MA)
Lady Jane (Northampton, MA)

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Friday March 10th
8PM - 10PM 

All Ages

Nomad Versus Settler - Brattleboro, VT Indie Rock

Cosmic Duct Tape - WMASS Psychedelic Rock

Paper City Exile - WMASS Alternative Rock


The Cell Tree Zine Release
Wednesday March 15
8:30PM - 10PM 
All Ages

The Cell Tree Zine Release

Join us at 13 Queen for the zine release of The Cell Tree, a research-based publication on cellular towers disguised as trees. Following the Telecommunications Act in 1996, thousands of these “trees" have sprung up across the US. Often unconvincing and costly, what could these towers suggest about our relationship with the telecommunications industry? How does this relate to an understanding of productive communication?

Written by Nolan Boomer and designed by Elana Schlenker, the publication uses the recent success of Peter Wohlleben’s The Hidden Life of Trees to show how people already venerate the tree as an ideal communicator. From there, it uses tree diagrams, Judeo-Christian mythology, and the visual language of Greenpeace to display the tree as a discrete node within a larger matrix of data exchange.

At 8pm, join us for a brief interview between Nolan Boomer and Paolo Yumol, a tree.
13 Queen is an arts & media studio space in Downtown Northampton, MA.

Part of an ongoing not for profit diy events series supported in part
by a grant from the Northampton Arts Council

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