Hello (potential) *Arts Reporters
I am sending out the Assignment List early this week because there are some
*STELLAR events to be covered *and *you’d be loco/a not to seize the
opportunity and see your name immortalized* as a journalist in our

*See the list below and reply IMMEDIATELY* if you want to cover the events.
*Know any BC student who might want to if you don’t? Send him/her our
way!*PS Check out current issue now on newsstands.

When: Wednesday, *February 20, 2013 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM*
Where: Library, First Floor
Cost: free
*Description*: A catalogue of an exhibition on the history of
Italian-language American imprints (1830-1945), from the collection of
James Periconi.
5 p.m. reception ; *6:30 p.m. gallery talk*
Contact: Ethyle R. Wolfe Institute for the
*Phone:*718.951.5847;* Email:*
Betina Zolkower and Kristin Jordan-West Photography Exhibition Opening
Reception (Exhibit)*
When: *Thursday, February 21, 2013 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM*
Where: *Brooklyn College Library*
Description: A photography exhibition featuring the works of Betina
Zolkower and Kristin Jordan-West. Betina Zolkower is a Professor in the
School of Education.
This is a statement Prof. Zolkower made about her work:
*"In my random walks around the city, camera in hand, my eyes are drawn
towards discarded, abandoned, forgotten stuff; the geometry of patterns and
structures; repetition and accumulation (sometimes orderly, other times
chaotic); ready-made sculptures, collages and paintings on walls; shadows,
reflections, and window displays; signs and stencils… and pretty much
anything crossing my path that is made up of wood, paper, or metal."*
Contact: Miriam Deutch; Email:miriamd

*The Rimers of Eldritch (Theater)*
When:* Friday, February 22, 2013 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM*
Where: *Walt Whitman Theatre*
Cost: Students $7, Seniors $12, General Admission $15
*Description:* An attempted rape leads to brutal murder in the dying Bible
Belt town of Eldritch, and the community is desperate to cover up the truth
at any cost. In scenes that weave in and out of time, dark lies collide
with the hopes of the innocent. This is the first of two works this season
by the late Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lanford Wilson.
Contact: BCBC Box Office; Phone:718.951.4500;

*Caecilia Tripp Lecture (Filmmaker Talk)*
When: *Thursday, Feb 28, 5pm*
Where: Room 241,
She will speak about her current project. She directed *Music for
(prepared) bicycles. After John Cage & Marcel Duchamp. Part One: Bombay*.
*Using means of filmic Installation, photography as well as performance,
Caecilia Tripp’s work is entangled with the "play of the trickster". With
references to cinematic codes using forms of "re-enactment" and
"rehearsals" it emerges into the space of collective imagination as a space
of transgression of social and cultural boundaries. Beyond geographical
borders and with a critical eye it deals with forms of freedom, utopia and
civil disobedience at the crossroads of globalization, shining a light on
the invention of new languages, sounds, cultural codes and social imaginary
as a permanent process of "making history". *

When: (Concert) *Thursday, Feb. 28th* *(Reporter/s schedule with interview
Where (concert): *Jalopy, 9:30pm*
*Victor Gurbo, BFA Brooklyn College, and Prof. Arnold Brooks, drummer for
Victor V. Gurbo & Co., want to thank everyone from Brooklyn College who
voted for us. We couldn’t have done it without you.*

Alexander Nixon
Managing Arts Editor
Kingsman Newspaper
118 Roosevelt Hall


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