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Cause for Creativity: BROODWORK: Marking Time

Sunday, May 22, 2011  2pm–4pm iCal

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Cause for Creativity: Broodwork: Marking Time

Admission: $5, FREE for SMMoA members
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BROODWORK is a curatorial investigation of the interwoven relationships between creative practice and family life. Families engage in projects by BROODWORK artists Ann Faison and Dan Koeppel. Through explorations of movement, drawing, and mapping, participants find unique ways to  understand and interrelate the spaces of the individual, the family, and community in the city. (Wear comfortable clothing)

www.broodwork.com

This event is held in conjunction with BROODWORK: It’s About Time–an exhibition at the Ben Maltz Gallery, Otis College of Art and Design (on view until June 11)