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The Daily Arts guide to
upcoming events in Ann Arbor
and the surrounding area.
At Walgreen Drama Center
GayletRubin, "Sex and theDe-
industrialized City: The Future
of Queer Worlds"
At 202 S. Thayer
Andras Schiff: Beethoven
Sonata Project, Concert 7
At Hilt Auditorium
Master the Art 6th Edition:
Hip Hop Dance Tournament
At Michigan League Ballroom
$8 for students
Dance MFA Thesis Concert:
At the Duderstadt Center (Media Union)
Swing in Beijing: Film Series
At Angell Hall Auditorium A
Baroque Chamber Orchestra
At the E.V. Moore Building, Britton Recital
At the Taubman Alfred Med. Library
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After putting out his own energy drink
and cologne, Kanye West releases his
own take on the ShamWow: the KanYay.
On Twitter, Lindsay Lohan compares her
messy split with Samantha Ronson to
her parents' divorce in "The Parent Trap."
On Twitter, Rich Rodriguez follows
Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson.
A notable Ann Arborite gives five
answers to a curious question.
Associate Professor, School of Art & Design
What five artists influence you most?
RICHARD FEYNMAN: What's interesting for me about Feynman was not
so much that he was a Nobel Prize-winning physicist, but that he lived his life
with gusto, which is something to aspire to.
WALT WHITMAN: I think that what I get from him is that I love the power
of his words and images - the amazing, towering constructions of words. Some
of which are actually quite pedestrian, buthe uses them to create images that are
E.E. CUMMINGS: Again, it's his truth to his idiosyncratic self, which was
very idiosyncratic. He made sense out of the nonsensical. From him, I also
learned about partialness. Partial image descriptions can be enough.
ROBERT IRWIN: He's also another person thatthoughtvery hard about art
and life and vision. He developed his own way of engaging in those, stuck it out
and made things happen.
FREDERICK CHOPIN: I don't know much about him personally, but when
I listen to his music I thinkI do. It's so powerful and rich and moving that Iwish
I knew more.
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