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Wednesday April 13th: 7pm

"Mr Dial Has Something to Say"

The Artisan 1901 Del paso Blvd.

Investigates the problem of classism and racism in the elite American art world by following the dramatic, disturbing story of Thornton Dial, a 79-year-old American-African artist from Alabama's Black Belt. After event w/ hors d' ouvres, wine and local artists at Carol's Books (1913 Del Paso).



Thursday April 14th

"The Rise and Fall of the Spook Who Sat By the Door"

The Artisan 1901 Del paso Blvd.

After event  at Carol's Books (1913 Del Paso). Also featured the shorts Round on Both Sides and Revelutionary Microphone.

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