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ArtRage Gallery March 2010 Entertainment

ArtRage Gallery
505 Hawley Avenue, Syracuse, New York

315-218-5711

HOURS: W, Th, F 2-7pm & Sat. 12-4pm

info@artragegallery.org
http://www.artragegallery.org

ArtRageous art for peace & social justice
ArtRage is handicapped accessible
Off street parking at 408 & 414 Lodi Street

EXHIBIT:
SATURDAY: March 6th
Opening reception – BOYS & GIRLS
The Art of Diane Menzies & Mary Giehl, 7-9pm FREE
Exhibit runs thru April 24, 2010

ArtRage Gallery, 505 Hawley Ave. 218-5711 (more info at http://www.artragegallery.org)
Each year in America over 3 million children are abused, nearly 2,000 die, some run away, others are abandoned, all have their own challenges with this sojourn through adolescence. Each day in America 6 children die from abuse, 100,000 children are homeless, 8 children die from guns, 219 children die before their first birthday, 1,534 babies are born to teenage girls. In the paintings by Diane Menzies and installations by Mary Giehl, there are hints of darkness and confinement along with a mixture and balance of playfulness and seriousness. The work challenges the viewer to take a deeper look at what these images of childhood are telling us.

FILM:
THURSDAY: March 11th
Film Showing: THIS BOY’S LIFE
, 7pm $5 suggested donation. ArtRage Gallery, 505 Hawley Ave. 218-5711
Moving from one unhealthy relationship to another, Caroline (Ellen Barkin) and her son, Toby (Leonardo DiCaprio), roam the country and finally end up in Washington state, where she marries Dwight (Robert De Niro), a modest mechanic. But Dwight fails to be the role model she had hoped for, and Toby is desperate to escape from under his heavy, abusive hand. Michael Caton-Jones’s gripping drama is based on Tobias Wolff’s autobiography of the same name.

Th3 THURSDAY: March 18th
Film showing & discussion: WHO DOES SHE THINK SHE IS?
, 7pm FREE, ArtRage Gallery, 505 Hawley Ave. 218-5711

WHO DOES SHE THINK SHE IS? , is a feature documentary directed by Pamela Tanner Boll and co-directed and edited by Nancy C. Kennedy from the producing team, that won an Academy Award for Born Into Brothels. It is a film that examines some of the most pressing issues of our time: parenting and work, partnering and independence, economics and art. The film follows five women artists as they navigate the economic, psychological, and spiritual challenges of making work outside the elite art world. From Hawaii’s Big Island to the suburbs of Ohio, from New York City to the deserts of New Mexico, we watch as these women-ranging in age from 27 to 65-fight to honor their vision and their families every day.

SATURDAY: March 20th
Film Screening – JULIA (1977)
, 8pm, $5 donation. ArtRage Gallery, 505 Hawley Ave. 218-5711

Dir. Fred Zinneman – With Jane Fonda, Vanessa Redgrave, Jason Robards Jr, Maximilian Schell Writer Lillian Hellman helps a radical girlhood friend on an anti-Nazi mission in Europe. Classic film based on Hellman’s best-selling memoir, Pentimento. Watch for a young Meryl Streep. Oscars: Best Supporting Actor (Robards), Supporting Actress (Redgrave), Best Writing, & Best Screenplay from Another Medium; BAFTA: Best Film.

SUNDAY: March 21st
Film Screening – Syracuse Animal Rights Organization,
1pm FREE, ArtRage Gallery, 505 Hawley Ave. 218-5711

SATURDAY: March 27th
Film Screening – PRAY THE DEVIL BACK TO HELL
(2008), 8pm, $5 donation.

ArtRage Gallery, 505 Hawley Ave. 218-5711
Dir. Gini Reticker – Stirring documentary shows how nonpartisan women activists bring peace to Liberia and help empower the first female head of state. Crossing religious and generation lines, these women first pray for their country, and then take silent, peaceful action. Best Documentary: Tribeca Film Festival; Uplifting, disheartening, inspiring, enraging”-NY Times

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