Rolling Conversations this Friday night in Bushwick

UPDATE:  For a report on my conversation  with Austin and images of the event, click here.

This Friday, October 21, 7- 9pm, please join me for  “Rolling Conversations,” an event organized by Adam Simon at Studio 10, a new gallery/salon (pictured above) at 56 Bogart Street in Bushwick. 56 Bogart Street is the new home of well-known Brooklyn non-profits Momenta Art and NurtureArt, which will be having openings, too. I’ve been paired with Austin Thomas for a conversation called “Pricing is Problematic.” We don’t know where the conversation will go, but we’ll start with some general thoughts about our personal (pre)occupations.

UPDATE: Karen Marston, Director of NurtureArt says they are still under construction and that the new space isn’t scheduled to open until November 11. Sorry for the mix up.

Conversations:
Paul D’Agostino and Adam Simon on “The Four Walls of Centotto”
Sharon Butler(that’s me) and Austin Thomas on “Pricing is Problematic”
Matt Freedman and Frances Richard on “Clumpisms vs The Avant-Garde”

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