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Norte Maar announces the final Cage Transmitted Event celebrating an ambitious year of programming around the life, work and influence of John Cage in this the artist’s centennial year.
The event also coincides with the last day of the Mayan Calendar, which is supposed to bring about the end of the world.
In this final event we'll be having a huge party at one of Bushwick's coolest art houses, English Kills! We're inviting artists, historians, and performers who participated in the Transmitted series throughout the year to join us once again (and possibly for the last time) in one single spontaneous 45 min theatrical event. Poets will read, dancers will dance, artists will create on spot and musicians will too. This event is a fundraiser to balance Norte Maar's books ... before it's too late!
For a full list of performers visit www.nortemaar.org.
Where: English Kills Gallery, 114 Forrest Street, Bushwick
When: 7-10pm (performance to begin at 8pm)
Cost: Tickets are limited. $20 and includes pizza, beer, performance and John Cage. $25 at the door.
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Norte Maar for Collaborative Projects in the Arts is a 501(c)3 non-profit arts organization founded in 2004 by curator Jason Andrew and choreographer Julia K. Gleich with a mission to create, promote, and present collaborations in the disciplines of the visual, literary, and the performing arts: connecting artists, choreographers, composers, writers, and other originating artists with venues and each other. Norte Maar encourages and supports innovative and educational projects in the arts by offering unique exhibitions, unusual performances, workshops and lectures for artists and residents of our community. Norte Maar aims to be a leader in building collaborative partnerships between originating artists and other organizations thereby uniting cultural forces to foster artistic expression and raise the imaginative energy in us all. Norte Maar is all about blurring the lines that distinguish artistic practices.