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Monday 07.26.10

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Arty Cinema / Cinematic Art

Allison Halter, still from "Please Please Please"

Grand Detour presents Allison Halter: Apparently I Am An Experimental Filmmaker Now, a selection of Halter's film and video work from 2002-present. "She will probably also riff around on various topics such as un-representable sadness, accumulation, and ecstasy."

Film screening & chat • 8pm • July 27
Grand Detour • 215 SE Morrison Suite 2020

Jesse Malmed

Grand Detour also presents Jesse Malmed's "This is What I Thought You Meant by Contemporary: American Folk Art (e) // V=I=D=E=O." This Portland-based artist and curator who programs Deep Leap Microcinema will present a program "combining video art, installation and participatory performance into a special blend of visionary, expanded cinema."

Screening & presentation • 8pm • July 29
Grand Detour • 215 SE Morrison Suite 2020

Posted by Megan Driscoll on July 26, 2010 at 10:57 | Comments (2)


How come everybody's Grand Detour show gets a shout-out except mine? :)

Posted by: Brian Libby [TypeKey Profile Page] at July 27, 2010 09:45 AM

@Brian: Ack, did I miss yours? They send me SO MANY press releases. Also, I was gone for 10 days in late June / early July, and the calendar got a little slack.

Posted by: Megan [TypeKey Profile Page] at July 29, 2010 10:58 AM

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