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Thursday, September 27 at 9:30pm
at Betalevel (directions below)

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masks and/or costumes presented The artist, still do, just make a few
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Monday, September 24, 1 pm -- lecture, "Painting after Photography, Again," School for the Contemporary Arts, Simon Fraser University, Alexander Centre, Visual Arts Studio, 611 Alexander St., Vancouver, BC

Wednesday, September 26, noon -- lecture, "Painting after Photography, Again," Roski School of Fine Arts, University of Southern California, 3001 S. Flower Street, Los Angeles, CA

Thursday, September 27, 7:30 pm -- panel discussion on the art of Robert Youds, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, 1040 Moss Street, Victoria, BC

Saturday, September 28, 8 pm -- poetry reading with Eric Giraud, 1067 Granville, Vancouver, BC


LA-Lit interviews Christine Wertheim
Sunday, September 23 at 5pm
At Betalevel (Directions Below)

We’d like to invite you to a live radio recording, reading &
conversation this coming Sunday, September 23 at 5 p.m. at Betalevel
in Chinatown. Christine Wertheim will be the featured writer on LA-
lit, a radio show co-curated by Mathew Timmons & Stephanie Rioux. The
show (& hence the recording) lasts a little over an hour and will be
about 30 minutes of reading & about 30 minutes of questions & answers/
further questions—alternating between the two modes in hopes of
creating a space for dynamic conversation.

Christine Wertheim writes poetics and aesthetic criticism. Her book
"+|'me'S-pace," was published in 2007 by Les Figues Press. Other work
has appeared in La Petite Zine, Five Fingers Review, Cabinet, Open
Letter, Art History vs Aesthetics, and X-TRA. She co-organizes an
annual writing conference whose publications are Séance (2006), and
The Noulipian Analects (2007), and co-directs The Institute For
Figuring, theiff.org. She teaches writing, literature and feminisms
in the school of Critical Studies at CalArts.


If you're in Philly 9/28
come over to Robin's Bookstore
108 S. 13th St., at 6pm
details here: http://CAConradEVENTS.blogspot.com