The Northampton Arts Council works to support and nurture the arts in the city of Northampton. The Council awards grants twice each year to artists and arts groups from both state and locally-raised funds, and seeks to improve public awareness of the arts. Its' goals include maintaining and preserving the rich and diverse cultural heritage of Northampton, programming such annual events of interest to the community as First Night Northampton and Transperformance.

Sunday, July 24, 2016

6X6: Written on the Body: drawing, moving

This Week at 6 x 6: Written on the Body: drawing, moving
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6x6 will run from July 10 - August 20
and will feature six innovative projects at A.P.E.  that investigate 
the relationship between the public, the work, and the space in which it is made.

This Week:
 "The Candidate is Absent: A Pop-Up Campaign Office launched by the PineCone Finance Reform Party."
Events Happening this Week:
Listening Lunches: July 26th- 29th 12-1pm
Manifesto Writing: July 26th 7-9pm
Democracy In Design: Enzo Mari Furniture Building: July 27th 2-5pm
Public Speaking: July 27th 7-9pm
Electoral Ephemera Altier: July 28th 5-7pm
Collective Reading “I want a president…”: July 29th 7pm
Unconventional Victory Dance: July 29th 8-10pm
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The PineCone Finance Reform Party will launch The Candidate's 2016 presidential campaign with a host of workshops and actions for the people. Workshops will address all aspects of platform-building, including Hands-On Democracy Contruction, an Electioneering Ephemera Atelier, Manifesto Writing, and Public Speaking.
Next Up:
July 31 – August 6
Addressing Perception
Artists: Peter Schmitz, Kathy Couch, Sasha Statmen-Weil
This project addresses perception. The public is invited to bring their perceptions into the space that the artists’ perception is creating. The public may give form and parameter to their experience with the curtains that surround this space, which are available to help  shape their literal vision. With them, the public is in charge of their own framing and vantage; you, the public determines what you see.

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