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No Bail Out! Marcy Kaptur, D-Ohio

Marcy Kaptur, D-Ohio, who made news last week with her YouTube bailout sensation, also opposed the bill, declaring that it "bails out behavior" with "no reform."


IN DIALOGUE

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IN DIALOGUE
A new series of talks at Sara Meltzer Gallery, organized by artist Doug Wada. A select group of writers were invited to interview an artist of their choice.
Saturdays: October 4th, 18th, and 25th at 4pm.

Saturday, October 4th, 4pm:

Domenick Ammirati / Jmy Leary


On Creative Time's Democracy In America at the Armory

There are socially conscious nonprofits which feed the hungry, house the homeless, work with runaway or HIV-positive youth, engage in natural disaster relief. And there are arts/cultural nonprofits, generally sharing a left-liberal orientation. The two should be sympathetic and cooperative. Artists, for example, are often moved to donate work to auctions that benefit socially or politically active causes. But as the economy shrinks, there will necessarily be increased competition for fewer dollars, and organizations dealing with subsistence and survival will likely be favored over artistic endeavors. This could endanger the natural affinity between good causes and good art.


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SEPTEMBER 26 - 28, 2008
Galapagos Art Space: 16 Main Street D.U.M.B.O. Brooklyn NY

http://videodumbo.org/08-festival-program.html


Artists Run Amok in Corporate Plazas


http://www.youtube.com/profile_play_list?user=ghovagimyan

Sept. 11-14th, Artists Meeting (http://artistsmeeting.org) members did a series of performance / interventions in the (POPS) plazas of Lower Manhattan. They were very successful. The initial idea was to work in the plazas as a way to take back the public spaces and engage the public. This has extra meaning after 9/11 and especially downtown which has been a sort of barricaded fortress.


César Chávez Video in Times Square MTV Screen

A five-minute video based on Port Huron Project 4: We Are Also Responsible, is currently showing on MTV’s giant high-definition video screen in Times Square on the East side of Broadway, between 44th and 45th Streets. The video plays at the top of the hour several times each day. Click here for the schedule. Thanks to CREATIVE TIME for setting this up!


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