Petri Dish is a regular and perpetual series of discussions exploring the relationship between specific works of art — whether film, text, sound, or performance — and the process of thinking about and creating new work. Led by an artist each month, Petri Dish events are free, public, and supported by Skewed Visions members.
Assa (1987)
Friday, March 9, 2018
fresh oysters performance research
Black Rose Is an Emblem of Sorrow, Red Rose Is an Emblem of Love (1989)
Friday, March 23, 2018
fresh oysters performance research
Screening and discussion of interesting films to stimulate thought and conversation.
Boris and Katya Oicherman present two films from the Perestroika era of Soviet cinema: Assa (1987) and Black Rose is an Emblem of Sorrow, Red Rose is an Emblem of Love (1989), two of director Sergei Solovyov’s works around the end of the USSR.
 
$5 suggested donation (Skewed Visions members free)

3PLAY

Sunday, April 8, 2018
fresh oysters performance research

Curated by Skewed Visions founders, each 3PLAY  features new work by three artists. Three artists are given development time in the studio and asked to create short new work for this time and place. The evening is split into three 15-20 minute sections and followed by an open conversation between audiences and artists.

April’s 3PLAY features new work by Yonci Jameson, Amal Rogers, and Morgan Veldhuizen.

Tickets available here.