WTF Do We Do Now?
Oct
15
10:00 AM10:00

WTF Do We Do Now?

School of Apocalypse is proud to be participating in this event at Pioneer Works, a moment for creative activists and politically-inclined artists to reflect on a year of bad politics, and to gather energy, develop clarity, and make plans for the long fight ahead. 

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A Massive Listening Experiment
Apr
21
7:00 PM19:00

A Massive Listening Experiment

Join the Choreographies for Survival working group at Pioneer Works for a unique musical experience. The goal of this event is to engage the senses in deep modes of observation, using classical music as the medium for expanding, heightening, and investigating one’s perceptive capacities and for improving one’s skill of listening. 

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FLAG: A hands-on making and discussion event
Sep
30
4:00 PM16:00

FLAG: A hands-on making and discussion event

Join the Flag Working Group of School of Apocalypse for a public flag-making workshop and discussion on the themes of survival, creativity, boundaries, and imagined futures. With fabric, sewing machines, buttons, and string, we will make flags in the style of a shelter-half, capable of serving as workwear, school uniform, and easily strung up to make a tent.

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SoA Monthly Meeting: Animal
Sep
19
7:00 PM19:00

SoA Monthly Meeting: Animal

The topic of discussion will be 'Animal' and will begin with 5-7 minute prompts by artists David Rothenberg and Mark Dion, and historian Katherine McLeod. Topics of conversation include: “non-human” consciousnesses, the wild, nature/culture, transgression and the profane, the soul and the soulless, colonialism and taxonomy, domestication and domination, competition and extinction.

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Monthly Meeting: Mary Mattingly & Andrea Grover in Conversation
Jun
20
7:00 PM19:00

Monthly Meeting: Mary Mattingly & Andrea Grover in Conversation

We will be joined by Mary Mattingly, the artist behind SWALE, and Andrea Grover, curator of the Radical Seafaring exhibit at the Parrish Museum. After a short introduction to their work we will have a chance to discuss how we live in relation to a natural world from which we are detached not only physically but emotionally and intellectually. The artists in the show apply direct engagement strategies that remove this distance and reconsider the notion of the artist's studio as separate from the world. 

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