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Well-Oiled Machine: A Q&A with Machine Project’s Mark Allen

As previously posted on 24700 (the blog for the California Institute of the Arts), Machine Project—a loose collective of Los Angeles-based artists—has been incredibly active in the Los Angeles area this fall: from its curated coatroom concerts to its recent involvement with the Fallen Fruit Project and Santa Monica’s Glow Festival.

24700 recently conducted an email interview with Machine Project’s director, founder and mastermind, Mark Allen (Art MFA 99), to discuss the nonprofit and its future.

Check it out here: 24700 » Blog Archive » Well-Oiled Machine: A Q&A with Machine Project’s Mark Allen.

HQ Copenhagen » HEADQUARTERS, PART 2 – FROM JANUARY 8TH AT 17:00

Headquarters reopens in Gallery Poulsen on January 8th at 17:00.

Headquarters, part 2, will be a total installation including works made by *HQ members and documentation of their activities during COP15.

The exhibition will run until January 22nd.

We look forward to seeing you at Gallery Poulsen.

HQ Copenhagen » HEADQUARTERS, PART 2 – FROM JANUARY 8TH AT 17:00.

*HQ Copenhagen – THE YES MEN DOCUMENTARY #COP15

Danish Television’s “Pirat TV” followed The Yes Men around while they were planning and carrying out their bold stunt on Canada at COP15.

Watch the documentary in 2 parts (the sites are in Danish, but the clips are in English):
Part 1

Se klippet “YES MEN driller Canada (del 1)” på Pirat TV

Part 2

via:

*HQ Copenhagen » Blog Archive » THE YES MEN DOCUMENTARY.

KadmusArts Podcasts » Blog Archive » Interview: Michael Johnson-Chase

Michael Johnson-Chase is a former theatre professor, international program director at the Lark Play Development Center, producer and writer. After a stint as a solar installer, he is currently developing Green Collar Job training programs at Solar One, an environmentally focused arts and education center in NYC soon to feature New York City’s first net zero carbon classroom and performance facility.

via KadmusArts Podcasts » Blog Archive » Interview: Michael Johnson-Chase.