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Out of an Abundance of Caution: Volume Thirty!

October 11

Free

OUT OF AN ABUNDANCE OF CAUTION is an avant-garde microfestival LIVE + online of quick + dirty-fascinating work responding to and from the places and people with whom we select to shelter, on a wildly inclusive + non hierarchical platform

IT IS OCTOBER HOW DID THAT HAPPEN

Produced by Lauren Miller, Jessica Almasy, Theresa Buchheister

Tech by Lauren Miller

Poster Image by Maya Sharpe

Curatorial Support from Harriet Veltcamp

 

FEATURING:

-Melissa McClung (film!)

-Joey Kipp (movement!)

-Fever and Lucas Kane (housing!)

-Billy McEntee and Charles Quittner (theater!)

-Admiral Grey (puppets!)

HOSTED BY Justin Gordon

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get into it early, stay w us for the long haul

entry is free

tipping is encouraged (paypal.me/outofcaution)

 

flying by the seat of our pants here so

anything can happen

 

Sunday, October 11

8pm EST Show

www.twitch.tv/outofcaution

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Your Host – Justin Gordon

Gordon is an actor for the stage and screen, and occasionally uses rap and an alto saxophone to assist his storytelling. Justin enjoys building community centers and teaching folks how to read, write and be confident.
IG: @detroitgordon
FB: Justin Gordon Detroit

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Melissa McClung present Video Sketchbook

During this surreal moment in history, every day comes with a new emotion and a new narrative. If my job as an artist is to reflect the world in real time, it seems only fitting to “sketch” days as they come and go. My Video Sketchbook is a diary of four months in quarantine, filtered through my imagination via original footage and animations, archival footage, and stock images. In each entry, I hold moments in my hand and examine them before they shape-shift and flutter away.

 

MELISSA McCLUNG is an award-winning filmmaker based in Western Massachusetts. Her short documentary, LOUIE’S ANTIQUES, was an Official Selection of the 58th Ann Arbor Film Festival, the Melbourne Documentary Festival, and the Ashland Independent Film Festival, among others, and it will be preserved in Historic Northampton’s permanent archive. Melissa won three national Hometown Media Awards from the Alliance for Community Media in 2015, 2016 and 2018; was a 2019 and 2020 finalist for the New England Film Star Award; and has won numerous local awards and grants. In addition to writing and directing films, Melissa teaches film at Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter Public High School, serves on the board of Northampton Open Media, and co-owns Ghost Hit Recording Studio with her husband, audio engineer Andrew Oedel. Melissa received her Master of Fine Arts in Film from Vermont College of Fine Arts.

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Joey Kipp

Joey Kipp was born in Brazil and raised in Mountain View, California. He received a BA in both Biology and Dance from Marymount Manhattan College in NYC. Upon graduating he received a scholarship to train at the Merce Cunningham School. He has performed works Merce Cunningham, Robert Battle, (of Ailvin Ailey American Dance Theater) Peter Kyle, Ann Liv Young, niv Acosta, Stacy Grossfield, Larissa-Valez Jackson, Miguel Gutierrez (Bessie Award Winner), Josh Weidenmiller, and luciana achugar (Two time Bessie award winner). Joey joined the Sean Curran Company as an apprentice for their Joyce Season in 2012.

After his apprenticeship he worked on the very early stages of Devotion 4 by Sarah Michelson,  joined Jody Oberfelder Dance Projects in her immersive dance theater piece 4 CHAMBERS, and starred as Rob Pilatus in WOW: An Opera based on Milli Vanilli. He was featured as one of Time Out NY’s Favorite Hot Dancers of 2012, and has been mentioned for his outstanding performances in the NY Times on numerous occasions. He was last seen in Damn Yankees at Merry-Go-Round Playhouse directed by David Lowenstein and Choreographed by Tony Award winner/nominee Scott Wise.

Details

Date:
October 11
Time:
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
Free

Venue

Brick Theater
579 Metropolitan Ave
Brooklyn,11211United States
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Phone:
718-907-6189
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