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    • Accordionist Richard Kuhns at Cultural Encounters

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      Accordionist Richard Kuhns performs French music at the July 23rd Cultural Encounters at the de Young Museum. Filmed and edited by Naomi Huth, Education Intern

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      • A Glimpse into Warhol Live

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        Andy Warhol's life through the lens of music. RedCarpetSF's coverage of the Warhol Live exhibition at the De Young Museum, San Francisco. People in this video: Marybeth La Motte, John Buchanan, Timothy Anglin Burgard, Doug Biederbeck, Ricky Serbin, Monica Maduro, Nion McEvoy

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        • A Golden Pyramids Tribute to Keith Haring - De Young Museum

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          Golden Pyramids presents this tribute to the late Keith Haring. For the past month, and upcoming months their is a Keith Haring exhibit at the De Young Museum in San Francisco, ca. Me, my girlfriend Camile, Vetti, and Winty, went on a adventure to the city to see this amazing exhibit, we had lots of fun and made lots of memories. Check out our day! And go check it out before it is too late!

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          • Alexandra Blum Interview by Naomi Huth

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            The artist's conceptual goal of the portraits is to humanize the private individual experience of viewing art and also transform it into a vision of a shared experience. In this way the artist will celebrate both individual viewers as well as specific pieces from the permanent collection and derive a shared, collective image based on multiple individual experiences. Filmed by Megan Friel, Edited by Naomi Huth, Education Interns

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            • Amaldecor Live Show at the de Young

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              Formed in 2000, Amaldecor is made up of talented musicians from the San Francisco Bay Area. Coming together to explore their musical influences, members of local bands (the Japonize Elephants, Aphrodesia, John Vanderslice, and the Mitch Marcus Quintet) formed Amaldecor in order to play some of their favorite traditional music from the French Gypsy, Eastern European, and American jazz styles. Filmed by Selina Weiss, Edited by Naomi Huth, Education Interns

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              • AND NOW THEY WANT YOUR DREAMS, TOO. (Dead Straight)

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                "Dead Straight" is the first of a series of events that the CT+CR Collective carried out for the Social Dream Lab @ the de Young Museum, San Francisco, California; February 6-March 3, 2013. Full series of events: DEAD STRAIGHT Performance February 10, 2013 Beginning with Bachelard's notion of "dreams of will," members of the CT+CR Collective* read from the dream works of the dead, some with resurrectional intent. Taking the form of a live mimic model or exquisite corpse and executed according to strict time-based rules and restraints, first and foremost being the rule that the author must be dead, this performance explores recitation, in and of itself, as a form of social dreaming, involving interpolations of past, present, and future as well as complex aggregates of individual, dyadic, and collective will. Filmed by Holly Andres and jD White. Postproduction by Miles Johnson and Evangelina Owens. WALKING, SLEEPING, AND OTHER ARTIFACTS Roundtable February 15, 2013 Electronic technologies produce new images that precede perception in ways that Bachelard, thinker of dreams, could neither have predicted nor imagined. Dreams, wishes, aspirations, nightmares, blessings, and curses circulate the net with lightning speed and equal ease, scrambling delicate ratios of waking and sleeping, memory and forgetting, knowing and unknowing, ownership and appropriation, will and determinism, knowledge and desire, the ingenuous and the disingenuous, the lived and the unlived. Indeed, what if that's the point? In this roundtable, members of the Collective explore the fundamental ambivalence of social dreaming, particularly in light of current conceptions of the Commons and Hive Mind. Readings: Georg Simmel, "The Metropolis and Mental Life," On Individuality and Social Forms; Michel Foucault, selection from "Dream, Imagination, and Existence: An Introduction to Ludwig Binswanger's 'Dream and Existence,'" Dream & Existence; Friedrich Kittler, "Computers," Optical Media; and Henri Lefebvre, "Clearing the Ground," Critique of Everyday Life: Foundations for a Sociology of the Everyday. Filmed by Amy O'Brien and Cassie Cone. Postproduction by Amy O'Brien. MANIFEST CONTENT Blog February 20-March 6, 2013 Drawing in more interlocutors, including Wolf, Sigmund Freud, Anna Freud, Lacan, St. Augustine, Kittler, Klein, Kristeva, Simmel, Bataille, Bachelard, Bergson, Bloch, and Binswanger, members of the Collective issue further calls and responses in the form of a blog. The questions remain, What is social dreaming? What does sociality look like and feel like today? How can we transform the merely collective into the social? MANIFESTO ON THE RIGHT TO DREAM Closing Ceremony March 2, 2013 Members of the CT+CR Collective deliver a manifesto on the right to dream. _______________________________________________ The Critical Theory and Creative Research Collective is devoted to socio-political critique, including the rethinking and recalibration of unstable, fast-changing relations between machine-generated data and human experience, theory and practice, the possible and the real, time and judgment, process and end-driven behavior. Its members include Anne-Marie Oliver, Barry Sanders, Marie-Pierre Hasne, Joan Handwerg, Nicole Smith, Marshall Astor, Carmen Denison, Peter Falanga, Andre Fortes, Dustin Freemont, Val Hardy, Lauren Heagerty, Hannah Horovitz, Evangelina Owens, Mel Ponis, Kevin Smith, Mohammed Usrof, Brooke Wendt, and Chloé Womack. _______________________________________________ For more information on "And Now They Want Your Dreams, Too," please see the website for the Social Dream Lab. For information on the MA in CT+CR, please see PNCA's website.

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                • AntiMaster, First Movement, by Dave Aju and JD Beltran

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                  This is the first movement of the "AntiMaster" film and sound collaboration by filmmaker/artist JD Beltran with composer/musician Dave Aju. The work was commissioned by the M.H. De Young Museum, San Francisco, and Volume Projects for the exhibition "rE/Visioning the Collection." It was screened in San Francisco at the museum in September 2010, accompanied by a live score performed by Dave Aju. The film and sound collaboration was inspired by the work "Anti-Mass" by artist Cornelia Parker.

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                  • Antimaster, Fourth Movement, by JD Beltran and Dave Aju

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                    This is the fourth and final movement of the "AntiMaster" film and sound collaboration by filmmaker/artist JD Beltran with composer/musician Dave Aju. The work was commissioned by the M.H. De Young Museum, San Francisco, and Volume Projects for the exhibition "rE/Visioning the Collection." It was screened in San Francisco at the museum in September 2010, accompanied by a live score performed by Dave Aju. The film and sound collaboration was inspired by the work "Anti-Mass" by artist Cornelia Parker.

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                    • Antimaster, Second Movement, By Dave Aju and JD Beltran

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                      This is the second movement of the "AntiMaster" film and sound collaboration by filmmaker/artist JD Beltran with composer/musician Dave Aju. The work was commissioned by the M.H. De Young Museum, San Francisco, and Volume Projects for the exhibition "rE/Visioning the Collection." It was screened in San Francisco at the museum in September 2010, accompanied by a live score performed by Dave Aju. The film and sound collaboration was inspired by the work "Anti-Mass" by artist Cornelia Parker.

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