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home school Field Day connects art + education for an afternoon at MoMA PS1’s Sunday Sessions, Feb 4

3 February 2018

The home school Field Day programme is on at New York’s MoMA PS1 on February 4. 

The pop-up art school, facilitated by Victoria Anne Reis and manuel arturo abreu, based in Portland, Oregon, will present a multimedia curriculum of talks, exhibitions, poetry, physical education, and more, in order to create “welcoming contexts for critical engagement with contemporary art.” Applying the concept of a school field trip to the programme, the event references the MoMA PS1 building’s history as a neighborhood public school, offering opportunities “to question and reimagine the methods, purposes, and dynamics that connect art and education.”

The day, running from 2pm to 6pm, will include a radio show broadcast by Diamond Stingily via Know Wave, a screening of audiovisual work created by and for the African diaspora, an artist talk by The Black School, as well as performances by RAFiA, Abdu Ali, and Fuck U Pay Us, among other things. 

See the MoMA PS1 website for details.**

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Inga Copeland returns to LA with Fuck U Pay Us + Odwalla88 at Globe Theatre, Apr 11

11 April 2017

Inga Copeland, Fuck U Pay Us + Odwalla88 are performing Los Angeles’ Globe Theatre on April 11.

Hosted by independent club promotion and event company Spaceland Presents and Outside Insight, the event will feature the headlining Estonian producer and artist Inga Copeland (aka Alina Astrova), past co-founding member of Hype Williams and more recently performing under the moniker Lolina. She has also worked in collaborations with the likes of Scratcha DVA, John T. Gast, Martyn and Actress, among others. 

The evening will also feature Los Angeles-based punk band Fuck U Pay Us (Jasmine Nyende, Uhuru Moor, Ayotunde Osareme, and Tianna Nicole) and musical duo Odwalla88 (Chloe Maratta + Flannery Silva) who are currently touring around the US at the moment and who’s last album Earth Flirt (2015) was released on Ooga Booga Records

Visit the Spaceland Presents webpage for more details.**

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