Upcoming Events

On February 23, 2020, 8 pm (doors at 7 pm)
MS. CARRIE STACKS (FKA Larry B)
will give a solo concert of new and old material

at 80 Washington Square East
New York, NY 10003

Free. All ages. Seating is limited to 150.

RSVP here
 

Carrie is a co-creator of the East London club night PDA as well as the AQEM (Association for Queer Ethnic Minorities). Recently, Ms. Stacks walked and performed in Telfar’s AW 2020 fashion show in Florence, Italy. In 2017, she self-released her 5 Sad Songs EP.



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13BC Modern Mondays: An Evening with 13BC
Monday, February 10, 2020, 7 pm

MoMA, Floor T2/T1, Theater 2
11 West 53 Street, Manhattan

New York-based collective 13BC, founded and led by Evan Calder Williams, Lucy Raven, and Vic Brooks, is a research and production collective for moving images. Tonight’s joint presentation of MoMA’s Modern Mondays and Doc Fortnight 2020 features two of 13BC’s most recents works: Straight Flush (2019, 64 min.) and its companion piece Corpse Cleaner (2016/19, 18 min.). The work concerns the ongoing legacy of atomic warfare and military testing in the United States, spanning histories of conflict, toxicity, and the images made to celebrate this legacy.

Both pieces recently exhibited at 80 Washington Square East as part of Fatal Act on view from June 21 to September 7, 2019 before traveling to Douglas Hyde Gallery in Dublin, Ireland from September 21 to December 7, 2019. Straight Flush was generously funded by the Rosenkranz Foundation and co-produced by 80 Washington Square East, with additional support from the Center for Land Use Interpretation. Tickets for An Evening with 13BC are available here

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NEW RED ORDER Thursdays, February 13, 5 pm
NYU, Anthropology Dept, 25 Waverly Place
Kriser Theater, Ground Floor

A screening of a selection of short videos by the New Red Order, a public secret society that uses video and performance to create a site of acknowledgment, savage pronouncement, calling out, calling in, recruitment, and cumulative interrogation to shift potential obstructions to Indigenous growth. Followed by a discussion with NRO members Zack Khalil (Ojibway) and Jackson Polys (Tlingit), with Toby Lee (Cinema Studies).

Free of charge, seating is limited.

For assistance, please contact the Center:
cmch.info@nyu.edu / 212.998.3759

Co-sponsored by Native Studies Forum and 80 Washington Square East gallery.