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Wavelengths: Boston DJ Round Robin 08/29/14
Bring your dancing shoes; Boston’s best DJs join forces for an end-of-summer party to remember. Tickets on-sale online & over the phone until 3pm day of event, walk-up after 6pm. 6:30pm doors open, 7:30pm music begins. Rain or shine.
First Fridays: Endless Summer 09/05/14
Summer’s not over yet! Immerse yourself in a languid summer jam session in Icelandic artist and musician Ragnar Kjartansson's multimedia installation The Visitors, then head outside to enjoy a live music concert on our waterfront grandstand. Sip on a refreshing summer cocktail, have your portrait drawn by a local Boston caricaturist, and sample super-fresh New England seafare at Island Creek Oyster’s final pop-up oyster bar of the season.
Film: Wander, Wonder, Wilderness 09/20/14 To 09/21/14
Interactive documentary project Wander, Wonder, Wilderness explores the relationships between humans, community, and nature—and the ways that green spaces serve as an antidote to our de-natured lives. Participants are invited to visit Boston’s natural spaces, create content including text, images, and sound, and share it with future visitors via an interactive website and app.
First Fridays: Fashion Fusion 10/03/14
Join Boston's most chic for a night of fashion, music, cocktails, and dancing where art and style collide.
Kyle Abraham / Abraham.In.Motion 10/10/14 To 10/12/14
2013 MacArthur Fellow Kyle Abraham is one of the most celebrated young choreographers performing today. His sensual and provocative company, Abraham.In.Motion, performs the Boston premiere of When the Wolves Came In, a repertory program comprising several new works inspired by We Insist! Max Roach’s Freedom Now Suite, including Hallowed, a new solo work set to a series of moving spiritual hymns, and The Gettin', a new ensemble work created in collaboration with Grammy Award–winning jazz musician Robert Glasper and world-renowned visual artist Glenn Ligon.
Film: Born to Fly 10/18/14 To 10/19/14
Born to Fly takes us on an exhilarating journey driven by Elizabeth Streb’s radical movement aspirations: to walk on walls, dive through glass, move so fast you disappear—and fly.
Film: The Notorious Mr. Bout 10/19/14
The latest film from Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer co-director Maxim Pozdorovkin continues to explore Russian outlaws. Viktor Bout—an entrepreneur, aviation magnate, and arms smuggler dubbed the “merchant of death” and played by Nicolas Cage in Lord of War—may be the world’s most famous arms dealer. The Notorious Mr. Bout portrays a life much mythologized but little understood.
The Measure of All Things 10/23/14 To 10/23/14
Loosely inspired by the popular Guinness Book of Records, this charming “live documentary” weaves together portraits of record-holding people, places, and things. Director Sam Green developed the signature style following the success of his Oscar-nominated documentary The Weather Underground, drawing from old travelogues, Benshi tradition, and TED talks. A meditation on fate, time, and the outer contours of human experience, The Measure of All Things screens with in-person narration and a live soundtrack by indie chamber group yMusic.
WORDLESS! 10/26/14 To 10/26/14
Art Spiegelman radically changed the public perception of comics with his Pulitzer Prize–winning masterpiece MAUS, earning the designation “father of the graphic novel.” In WORDLESS!—a genre-bending performance he calls a “hybrid slide talk, standup routine, academic lecture, and full-scale concert by Philip Johnston”—he takes viewers on a punchy personal tour of wordless novels by early-20th-century masters Frans Masereel, Lynd Ward, and Milt Gross. Accompanied by Johnston’s score of “rollicking, klezmer-inflected, vaudeville jazz” (Paris Review), WORDLESS! also features “Sharing Thought,” a new work Spiegelman drew specifically for the project.
Wot? No Fish! 10/31/14 To 11/02/14
In 2009 British playwright Danny Braverman inherited an unlikely family treasure: more than 50 years’ worth of weekly wage packets, each small brown envelope featuring a drawing Braverman’s great-uncle Ab Solomans made for his wife, Celie. Sweet and often self-deprecating, these drawings dating from 1926 to 1982 document the everyday activities, absurdities, and ups and downs of their shared life—and capture a moment in social history. With gentle direction from Nick Philippou, Braverman shapes Ab’s unusual chronicle into a simple but engrossing one-man show that Guardian theater critic Lyn Gardner called “one of the best shows I’ve seen in Edinburgh this summer, indeed one of the most touching I’ve seen all year.”
First Fridays: Hooked & Twisted 11/07/14
Celebrate the opening of the ICA’s major fall exhibition, Fiber: Sculpture 1960–present, featuring pioneering art works made out of everyday materials like yarn, rope, and thread. Take a tour, make your own fiber-inspired creation with local artists, and cut a rug on the dance floor with Boston’s best DJs.
JACK Quartet 11/08/14
The acclaimed JACK Quartet returns to the ICA with the Boston premiere of Georg Friedrich Haas’s third string quartet, “In iij. Noct,” a composition acclaimed and notorious for its unusual staging in complete darkness. The musicians perform the work from memory, positioned around the audience and guided by sonic cues embedded in the score. The piece is composed of several different segments Haas calls “situations”; players determine their sequence, and how many times each is played, on the spot.
Ronald K Brown \ Evidence 11/21/14 To 11/22/14
Ronald K. Brown and his company, Evidence, explore dance idioms from across the African diaspora, mixing Cuban, Caribbean, West African, and modern American dance forms to create high-energy works that joyously blend complex rhythms with a deep but down-to-earth spirituality.
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