cura: 1. spiritual charge: care. 2. to restore to health and soundness, to bring about recovery: cure. 3. Root of the word “curator” in Latin; one who is responsible for the care of souls, later, one in charge of a museum, zoo, or other place of exhibit. 4. instrument with two or three strings that is used in folk music. 5. small sparrow. 6. the name of a short story written by Cevat Sakir Kabaagacli, also known as the Fisherman of Halicarnassus (A Flower Thrown to the Sea from the Aegean, 1972). 7. “The double sense of cura refers to care for something as concern, absorption in the world, but also care in the sense of devotion” Martin Heidegger

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Some other performance events:

>> Alfredo Jaar - The Cloud
>> AES+F Project - Islamic Project
>> Haider Hamza - Talk to an Iraqi
>> Keith and Mendi Obedike - Blackness for Sale
>> Tanya Ostojic - Crossing Over
>> CAE - International Campaign for free Alcohol and Tobacco for the Unemployed
>> 16 Beaver Group - No Santa For Hazelton, PA
>> Center for Tactical Magic - Free Occult Services
>> Millie Chen, Andrew Johnson, Paul Vanouse - PED
>> MicroRevolt - Nike blanket
>> Tom Marioni - The act of drinking beer with friends is the highest form of art
>> Chris Barr - Bureau of Workplace Interruptions
>> The Institute for Infinitely Small Things - 57 Things to do for free in Harvard Square

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