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Extremely Shorts Film Festival

Now in its 22nd year, Aurora Picture Show's lively, annual Extremely Shorts Film Festival features adventurous, short films (under 3 minutes long) of all kinds from around the world. This year's guest juror, New York-based writer, curator, and film programmer Dessane Lopez Cassell, has selected 32 mini-masterpieces from nearly 200 submissions. The program includes short films from the USA, Canada, England, Cyprus, New Zealand, China, Singapore, and Iran. There will be two screenings of the festival program. 

Screening at Plexus Projects

Plexus Projects presents “Vitrine”, the first in a series of video projections in its storefront window viewed from the street. This inaugural screening includes short videos and animations from both local and international artists during Greenpoint Gallery Night on April 19th, 6-9pm. The selected videos and animations employ the use digital technologies including 3D scanning and modeling, motion capture, physical computing, data-driven and generative imaging, custom software, motion graphics, experimental image processing, as well as conventional video editing.

Paradise:Parallax, The Joshua Treenial

Paradise:Parallax, The Joshua Treenial, co-curated by Bernard Leibov and KJ Baysa, BoxoPROJECTS, Joshua Tree, CA (April 12-14, 2019)

When the Dust Settles at Unpaved Gallery

When the Dust Settles
Curated by Emily Silver
Opening reception: Saturday January 19 3-7pm.
When the dust settles, a moment of clarity arises. The desert is an artist’s haven where expansive skies avows creativity. The Mojave Desert has become a pilgrimage for artists coming to pay homage to their practice. This inaugural exhibition is a collection of works created by artists who share the commonality of physical transplantation from a concentrated asphalt grid. Landing amongst the Joshua trees, an epoch moment has begun to germinate.
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