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There are some wonderful events associated with my Thomas Paine project To Begin the World Over Again with Edisa Weeks and Delirious Dances. We have a number of free events that tie in with the some of the themes that Thomas Paine spoke of and which are relevant today. We hope you'll check out the performances and some of these events as well.
To Begin the World Over Again
September 27, 28, 29
October 4, 5, 6
85 South Oxford Street
$20 General Admission/$15 Students and Seniors
Free Community Events
The community events are organized by Purpose Lounge and designed to give people an opportunity to actively engage with the ideals of liberty, democracy and equality that Thomas Paine believed were America’s promise and gift to the world – ideals that greatly influenced American identity, history and mythology.
The Promises and Realities of America
An exhibition in the gallery space featuring art that addresses issues of liberty, democracy and equality. Thursday, September 27 from 3pm – 6pm
Friday, September 28 from 3pm – 6pm
Saturday, September 29 from 12pm – 6pm, Opening Reception from 3pm – 6pm
Tuesday, October 2 from 3pm – 6pm
Wednesday, October 3 from 3pm – 6pm
Thursday, October 4 from 3pm – 6pm
Friday, October 5 from 3pm – 6pm
Saturday Oct. 6 from 3pm – 6pm
Why “United States”
Tuesday October 2 from 6pm – 9pm
A discussion about the structural benefits and negatives of the United States social / political system.
Point No Point
Wednesday October 3 from 6pm – 9pm
A discussion about how the American political system is analyzed and contextualized through the lens of American media.
The Promise of Promise
Saturday October 6, 2012 from noon – 6pm
A day-long exploration into Thomas Paine's vision and concerns during the forming of the United States of America - featuring a documentary film, food, poetry throw-down and a discussion with Harvey Kaye – award winning Scholar, Historian, and author of Thomas Paine and the Promise of America.
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