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Event Calendar
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exhibitions
August 25 - Oct 1

Exhibition: Vicki, with an i, organized by Michelle Grabner

special events
August 30

Milwaukee Shines: Solar Group Buy

special events
September 8 -10

Indian Summer Festival: Language is Culture

readings & workshops
September 17

Poetry Reading & Talk: Julie Carr

readings & workshops
September 28

Poetry Reading: Stacy Blint, Rebecca Eland & Mark Tardi

readings & workshops
October 5

Poetry Reading: Feliz Lucia Molina

exhibitions
October 11

Exhibition: Jen Bervin, Tactile Lanuguage

Archived readings & workshops
Dec 16 Friday, December 16
7:00pm, FREE

Join us to celebrate new publications from INCA Press. Presented in partnership with The Suburban, this program will feature conversations with publishers and editors of, along with contributors to, three recently published books:

 

Forms of Education: Couldn't Get a Sense of It

Edited by Aeron Bergman, Alejandra Salinas, Irena Borić

 

Free as in Free...

Published in collaboration with Publication Studio on the occasion of the 11th Gwangju Biennial

 

To Make a Public: Temporary Art Review 2011-2016

In collaboration with Temporary Art Review
Edited by Sarrita Hunn and James McAnally

 


INCA Press is an independent publisher based in Seattle (USA) and Maribor (Slovenia). The editors are Aeron Bergman, Alejandra Salinas and Irena Borić. INCA Press is the publishing platform attached to INCA: Institute for New Connotative Action, an artist run space currently based in Seattle. INCA supports independent, experimental, literate, poetic, activist and collaborative art.

For the launch event Bergman and Salinas will read excerpts from Forms of Education: Couldn’t Get a Sense of It. U.S. English will read from their contribution to Free as in Free… James McAnally will read excerpts from To Make a Public: Temporary Art Review 2011-2016.
 

Readings will be followed by a panel on alternative institutions, publishing from within movements, and the role of each of these in times of social and political crisis.


The panel will be formed by Brea McAnally, James McAnally, Paul Druecke, Alejandra Salinas and Aeron Bergman
 

 

The Suburban comprises two independently run artist exhibition spaces in Riverwest & Walker's Point, Milwaukee.