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AUGUST 15: ST PAUL'S CULTURAL CENTER

 
 
        THIS SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 2009
    MULTI MEDIA: VIDEO PROJECTIONS, 6 BANDS
         SPEAKERS, SHORT FILM, AND MORE
 
   THEATRICAL ENACTMENT OF     
      THE END OF THE WORLD
 
 AN END OF DAYS;  THE RESURRECTION            OF  THE ARTIST IN ALL OF US
          GUEST CURATOR:  ISRAEL ALPIZAR
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AT ST PAUL'S CULTURAL CENTER, 2215  WEST NORTH AVENUE 7PM

In the next Wicker ParkNights evening, Israel Alpizar is the guest curator, and his theme is, as the title says, "The end of days: the res- -urrection of the artist in all of us.  Israel is chosing the bands and other talents, all of whose
ideas are related to his theme.  His ideas about art are based on sacred geometry.  Sacred geometry  may be understood as a worldview of

pattern recognition, a complex system of  of religious sym-bols and structures involv-ing space, time and form. According to this belief the basic patterns of existence are perceived as sacred. By connecting with 
 
 
these, a believer contemplates the Mys-terium Magnum, and the Great Design. By studying the nature of hese patterns, forms and relationships and heir connections, insight may be gained into the mysteries – the laws and lore of the Universe.

Please check back for more information on this extraordinary evening: we will set the date shortly, as well as the date for the jam session evening.  Artists and Members will be notified via email.
   
 
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