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February 18, 2010 - Image 9

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Feb. 18 to Feb. 21
"Dis Illusion" is the
School of Art &
Design's latest exhibit.
Delving into different
realms of expression
like holograms and
digital manipulation,
"Dis Illusion" explores
the function of illusion
and disillusion and how
realities can be created
and destroyed. "Dis
Illusion" is on display
until March 12 at the
Work Gallery on 306
S. State Street, from
noon to'7 p.m., Tuesday
through Thursday. Free.
Chicago stalwart Tor-
toise bring its minimal-
ist, highly innovative
post-rock to the Blind
Pig Friday night in
support of its new-
est record, 2009's
Beacons of Ancestor-
ship. Twenty years
in, Tortoise remains
one of the few consis-
tently engaging bands
to bridge the ever-
widening gap between
Gen X-ers and college
hipsters - but don't
worry, your.parents
still probably won't
like them. Tickets
$18, doors at 9 p.m.
How dedicated are you
to winning your Oscar
pool? Allow yourself to
thoroughly experience
the comprehensive.
list of nominees by
checking out the Oscar
Nominated Short Films
- both animated and
live-action - open-
ing Friday, playing
through the weekend
at the Michigan The-
ater. There's a reason

these films are given
out annually at the
awards show - they
can be incredible,
bite-size works of art.
"Herb and Dorothy"
tells the real-life story
of Herb and Dorothy
Vogel, a working-
class couple with a
love of modern art.
The film details how
they built an extraor-
dinary modern art
collection on a limited
budget while befriend-
ing the artists who
produced the works.
The film is showing
Friday at 9:30 p.m. in
UMMA's Helmut Stern
auditorium. Free.


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