Become a part of 2 works of art by visiting the gallery today. In addition to the usual skeeball games, Sal Randolph is typing up a “combat log” of the games. Also, it’s a great opportunity to see a manual typewriter in the flesh.
Sal Randoph arrived Monday, hung out in the gallery, and gave a talk to a small but enthusiastic group. Continue reading
For those of you who missed out on Sal Randolph’s talk today, you really missed out. She did in fact “give” money away. A cup full of bills was handed around and you could take, add, or pass on as you saw fit. It was hard to ignore that there were $20 bills in the mix. However, I could only bring myself to take a single $1 bill. And at that I’m concerned about what use I’ll put it to. Here’s hoping I come up with something interesting and not just use it to buy another song on iTunes. Though I wonder what it would mean if I used my $1 bill to buy the song “Million Dollar Bill” by Dawes?
Sal Randolph arrives Monday! Please keep her three events in mind. Her talk on Monday at 4:30pm in Stokes 102. Her Combat Log in the gallery, Tuesday 1pm to 4pm. And her performance with Cabinet Editor, D. Graham Burnett of Princeton called The Order of the Third Bird: 11am, Magill Library. See the Schedule for details.