THE INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART/BOSTON
PROGRAMS AND EVENTS
Saturday, October 05
01:00 PM - 04:00 PM
Poss Family Mediatheque
Tickets: Free with museum admission
Zines are small, self-published magazines distributed to share ideas not often represented in mainstream media. Amy Sillman started her zine, the O.G., as “a kind of translation device” for her paintings. Explore a selection of zines from Cambridge’s Papercut Zine Library, and hear from Papercut’s volunteer librarians about zines they know and love.
07:30 PM - 09:30 PM
Barbara Lee Family Foundation Theater
Tickets: $15 / $30
At the ICA, July risks all with a unique experiment in collaboration. A Boston premiere, SOCIETY blends fiction and real life, intertwining the histories and talents of the audience with a startling chronicle of time, love, and group faith. On this very special one-off night, July will be debuting new material and playing with the limits of what is possible given two hours and a room full of strangers.
Saturday, January 19 - February 09Sandra and Gerald Fineberg Art Wall: Haegue Yang
Wednesday, May 01 - October 31Expanding the Field of Painting
Wednesday, July 31 - October 27Steve Locke: there is no one left to blame
Wednesday, July 31 - October 27Mary Reid Kelley
Thursday, October 03 - January 05Amy Sillman: one lump or two