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Wednesday, October 20, 2010


THY WILL BE DONE follows Male-to-Female Transsexual Sara Herwig in her path to ordination in the Presbyterian Church. Efforts have been made to block her ordination by the evangelical conservative groups who don't recognize her as female and question her fitness to be a Pastor... but who also challenge her candidacy because she is in a same-sex relationship, with a woman. At issue is the organized Christian Church, with all its political and financial power, as one of the fiercest battlegrounds for LGBT rights and gender recognition.

Belmont Studio Cinema

Thursday, Nov 11 @ 7:30pm

376 Trapelo Road, Belmont, MA

MIT - Cambridge, MA

Thurs, Nov 18th from 6p - 8p

Stata Building #32, Rm 141 - 32 Vassar St

Cape Ann Cinema

Sunday Nov 21st, 4:30pm

21 Main Street, Gloucester, MA

Tall Grass Film Festival - Wichita, Kansas

Friday, Oct 22nd at 1:15pm

Saturday, Oct 23rd at 9:45am

Orpheum Theater

200 N. Broadway

Wichita, KS

LesGaiCineMad 2010 - Madrid, Spain

Friday, Oct 29th & Thursday, Nov 4 @ 10:00pm

Lola Bar – Sala de Proyecciones

C/ Reina, 25. Madrid, Espana

Metros: Gran Vía y Banco de España

Ojai Film Festival, Ojai, California
Friday, Nov 5 @ 3:00pm Matilija Auditorium- 703 El Paseo Road, Ojai
Saturday, Nov 6 @ 12:30pm Ojai Art Center - 113 S. Montgomery Street

BOSTON BIKE FILM FESTIVAL - October 22-23, 2010

See cycling films at their very best and support local bicyle advocacy groups. Featuring animations, mock PSAs, a trip around the world by bike in about eight minutes, a film about building a cool bike from scratch, and more! Friday & Saturday, Oct. 22 & 23 @


Brattle Theater
40 Brattle St
Cambridge MA 02138

Thursday, October 14, 2010


Meeting 2 of the Fresh Pond Reservation Shared Use Plan Public Engagement Process

We need you to come and share your thoughts!

At this meeting, participants and City staff will identify issues for discussion in coming months and share some of their experiences at Fresh Pond. City staff will also provide information on the need for a Fresh Pond shared use plan.

This is part of a series of meetings about shared use of Fresh Pond. Everyone is welcome to attend!

Tuesday, October 19, 2010
West Cambridge Youth Center
680 Huron Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138
Light refreshments will be provided

See project website for meeting agenda and related materials:

For More Information, Contact:
Meredith Sciarrio, 617-844-1137,

If this email was forwarded to you and you would like to receive email updates on this project, please contact Meredith Sciarrio at

The City of Cambridge does not discriminate on the basis of disability. The City may provide auxiliary aids and services, written materials in alternative formats, and reasonable modifications in policies and procedures to qualified individuals with disabilities. For information contact: Deb Albenberg,, 617-349-6489.


MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology
A Tribute to Pioneering Sound Artist Maryanne Amacher

Sound Shapes and Ear Dances
Friday, October 22, 2010
Lower Level, Wiesner Building (E15) at MIT

Schedule of Events

4–6pm — Lecture and Round Table Discussion
Welcome by Ute Meta Bauer, Associate Professor and Head of the MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology
Anne Hilde Neset, “Women in Electronic Music”
Micah Silver and Robert The, “The Amacher Archive”
Kevin Drumm, Florian Hecker, Jessica Rylan Piper, roundtable discussion on Amacher's influence on current electronic music

6–7pm — Reception

8–10pm — Sonic Presentations
by Jessica Rylan Piper, Kevin Drumm, Florian Hecker

Bartos Theater [Lecture and Roundtable]
The Cube [Sonic Presentations]
Lower Level, Wiesner Building (E15)
20 Ames Street, Cambridge
(see directions below).

This event is free and open to the public.

For more information:


ANNE HILDE NESET is the Deputy Editor of The Wire magazine. In 2005 she co-founded Electra, a contemporary art agency based in London and was a curator for Her Noise, an exhibition of sound art and contemporary music by women artists, performers and composers.

FLORIAN HECKLER is a German artist. He has given numerous international audio presentations and has been incuded in exhibitions at: MMK, Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt am Main; IKON Gallery, Birmingham and Chisenhale Gallery, London, all in 2010.

KEVIN DRUMM is an experimental musician based in Chicago. Drumm’s work draws upon musique concrète, electronic sound, improvisation, heavy metal and noise music.

JESSICA RYLAN PIPER is an artist, performer and engineer, investigating the history and future of technology. She builds synthesizers for playing music and for sound installations.

MICAH SILVER is an artist and curator who worked for three years with Maryanne Amacher on her final and unfinished work at EMPAC.

ROBERT THE is a book cutter/sign painter living in Kingston, New York, and was a close friend and confidant of Maryanne Amacher for many years. Silver and The initiated The Amacher Archive.


The Program in Art, Culture and Technology (ACT) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is proud to host this tribute to the late Maryanne Amacher, a pioneering sound artist and former MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies (CAVS) fellow on the first anniversary of her death. The focus of the tribute, round table discussion and concert will be on Amacher’s influence on contemporary musicians and composers.
Amacher was a fellow at MIT’s CAVS during the 1970s, and CAVS founder Gyorgy Kepes is credited as one of her primary influences. While at MIT, she worked on her noted City-Links, a series of installations using real-time “telelinks” that transmitted sounds from remote locations. The project was presented at Minneapolis’s Walker Art Center and Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art in 1974.

Amacher was a student of Karlheinz Stockhausen in the 1960s, a collaborator of John Cage and Merce Cunningham in the 1970s and 1980s, and a teacher at Bard College until her death in October 2009. As a seminal figure in acoustics, architectural installation and the physiological phenomenon called otoacoustic emission, she received awards and grants from the Guggenheim Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, New York Foundation for the Arts, Pew Memorial Trust and the Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts, among others. In 2005 she was awarded the Prix Ars Electronica.

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