This weekend: gondo poetry #40, G-CADD Exhibition 8 & final day to view shows at the compound

Posted by Anne McCullough on November 10, 2016 | Comments Off on This weekend: gondo poetry #40, G-CADD Exhibition 8 & final day to view shows at the compound

This weekend
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Friday, November 11 at 7 PM:
gondo poetry series #40
featuring poets Dana Levin & Monica Youn
at the compound

Saturday, November 12, 6-9 PM:
G-CADD Exhibition 8
Granite City Art & Design District
1800 Block of State Street
Granite City, IL

Saturday, November 12, 12-4 PM:
Last day to view our current shows:

JE Baker
For
at fort gondo

Bad Habits (Remember Me)
Brandon Anschultz, Jeffrey Michael Austin, Lyndon Barrois Jr., Michael Byron, Jessica Caponigro, Sage Dawson, Snow Yunxue Fu, Hideous Beast, Lily Randall, Andy Roche, Rafael E. Vera, and Deborah Alma Wheeler
Curated by Allison Lacher and Cole Lu
at beverly

Upcoming:

Our final exhibitions at the compound on Cherokee Street and our final gondo poetry series reading:

Addoley Dzegede
Fare Well
November 26, 2016 – January 7, 2017
Opening reception Saturday, November 26, 7-10 PM
at fort gondo

David Johnson & Philip Matthews
Wig Heavier Than A Boot
November 26, 2016 – January 7, 2017
Opening reception Saturday, November 26, 7-10 PM
at beverly

gondo poetry series #41
featuring poets Jennifer Kronovet & Rodrigo Toscano
Saturday, December 10 at 7 PM

 

 

fort gondo compound for the arts 
is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts forum founded in 2002. All events are free and open to the public.

 

Hours: Saturdays, 12 – 4 p.m. and by appointment.

Programs and exhibitions are funded in part by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and the Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis.

IMAGE: (top to bottom) Justin Beachler & Tim Brown; Philip Guston & Clark Coolidge


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