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  • October 20    
    A two-part live performance and film, dance event produced by of bones || hollye bynum that serves as a platform for emerging choreographers and dance filmmakers to present innovative and boundary-...
  • October 21    
    GREEN-WOOD PRESENTS A SOUND INSTALLATION (“VIGIL”) OF THE HARMONIC TONES OF DEATHBED SINGING SOLACE TO THOSE WHO ARE ON THE THRESHOLD OF DEATH
  • October 21    
    Neighborhood Family Concerts — a one hour performance, including a Q & A session with the musicians (no intermission).
  • October 21    
    A two-part live performance and film, dance event produced by of bones || hollye bynum that serves as a platform for emerging choreographers and dance filmmakers to present innovative and boundary-...
  • October 22    
    GREEN-WOOD PRESENTS A SOUND INSTALLATION (“VIGIL”) OF THE HARMONIC TONES OF DEATHBED SINGING SOLACE TO THOSE WHO ARE ON THE THRESHOLD OF DEATH
  • October 24    
    Author and curator of religion at the National Museum of American History, Peter Manseau, shares the story of infamous spirit photographer William Mumler.
  • October 24    
    Author and curator of religion at the National Museum of American History, Peter Manseau, shares the story of infamous spirit photographer William Mumler.
  • October 24    
    Peter Manseau shares his newest book, and talks about the infamous spirit photographer William Mumler, the fraud allegations that haunted him, and a nation grasping for the promise of the afterlife...
  • October 25    
    Choreographer Cynthia Oliver and four performers excavate layers of racial and gender performance through the shared lens of their Afro-Caribbean and African-American ancestries.
  • October 26    
    Rick Perlstein, described by Politico as “chronicler extraordinaire of American conservatism,” leads this conversation with renowned historian Linda Gordon. Gordon’s new book...

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