FREE THURSDAY

Free Thursdays
A WEEKLY SAMPLER OF FREE TOURS, FILMS, TALKS, AND MORE
THURSDAYS,
AUGUST 3, 10 AND 17, 2000

FREE

DROP BY ANY THURSDAY IN AUGUST TO EXPLORE THE HOME SHOW IN A VARIETY OF WAYS AND LEARN ABOUT AERIAL DANCE FROM JOANNA HAIGOOD..


AUGUST 3
COMMUNITY CONVERSATION, 6-8 PM
Gather with friends, neighbors, and other invited guests to discuss issues addressed by the Architecture Studio that particularly affect the Twin Cities. For more information, call 612.375.7670.
JOHN O'HAGAN'S WONDERLAND, 7 PM
Documentarian John O'Hagan explores the cultural history of America's oldest planned suburban housing development in this revealing and often hilarious film. 1997, U.S., 80 minutes

AUGUST 10
OFF-SITE TALK WITH JOANNA HAIGOOD, 5:30 PM
Join Joanna Haigood for a talk about Picture Powderhorn. This discussion takes place in the Walker on Wheels lab, in residence at Powderhorn Park.
BARRY KIMM'S METEOR, 7 PM
INTRODUCED BY DIRECTOR BARRY KIMM
Four siblings return to the now-dilapidated Iowa farmhouse where they grew up and sort through junk and memories from their childhood. A fascinating search for self and document of family life, Kimm's autobiographical Meteor looks at responsibility to the past and the tenuous meaning of property. 1999, U.S., 65 minutes.
TALKING DANCE WITH JOANNA HAIGOOD, 7:30 PM
San Francisco-based choreographer Joanna Haigood will speak with local artists about the creative process behind her massively scaled aerial dance works, including the August performance of Picture Powderhorn.

AUGUST 17
PUBLIC REVIEWS OF STUDENT PROJECTS, HOUS-[E, ES, ING] ARCHITECTURE STUDIO, 1-5 PM
Hear students' presentations of their work-in-progress and participate in the formal review of these projects with invited respondents and architecture students and faculty from the University of Minnesota.
TODD HAYNES' SAFE, 7 PM
Carol (Julianne Moore), a mid-1980s San Fernando Valley housewife, gradually becomes allergic to the world around her. An ominous satire of both suburban life and new-age alternatives to it, Todd Haynes' work was voted best film of the decade in the First Annual Village Voice Critics' Poll (1999). 1995, U.S., 119 minutes.