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STILL <|> ACTION
A NIGHT OF PERFORMANCE, A NIGHT TO TRANSFORM

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 8:30 – 11:30, $5
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Performances by:

Chiara Giovando (LA, Baltimore, Everywhere. Member of Harrius)
Performance with Video, Tones, Voice
http://vimeo.com/30517837

Math Bass (LA)
Enter This All, performance
http://animalsfeelinganimalfeelings.blogspot.com

Johnston, Harper & Ptak (B-town members of Nautical Almanac)
Hearts, Light, Determination
Testing boundaries, melting walls, warmly greeting the other side.

Jenny Graf (B’more. of Metalux and Harrius)
Catalyst in Fall, a Participatory Score
http://www.jennygrafsheppard.com/projects.html

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