Summer is over, let’s mix it up.
SEPT 25 / tuesday / 8pm / Casbah Durham
Readings / Films / Photographs
ELIN O’HARA SLAVICK
Mixtape is a bimonthly sha-bang of great artists showing their work and reading the works of others.
Sponsored by the Hinge Literary Center.
Curated by Chris Vitiello.
Erin Espelie is a filmmaker, writer, and editor, specializing in
representations of science and nature. Her poetic, nonfiction films
have screened at the New York Film Festival, Rotterdam International
Film Festival, Full Frame Festival (“Silent Springs,” 2012), and
elsewhere; two new films will have their premieres in October 2012,
one at the NYFF and the other at the British Film Institute’s London
Film Festival. She continues to serve as executive editor of Natural
History magazine, where she’s written a monthly column since 2002.
Adra Raine is a doctoral candidate in English at UNC, where she’s
studying 20th-century American literature. In her abundance of free
time, she muses on the mystery of being in the world by making short
films, poems, and prose writings.
elin o’Hara slavick is a professor of Visual Art, Theory and Practice
at UNC. She received her MFA in photography from the School of the Art
Institute of Chicago and her BA from Sarah Lawrence College, where she
studied poetry with Tom Lux, Jean Valentine and Jane Cooper. Slavick
has exhibited her work internationally and has authored Bomb After
Bomb: A Violent Cartography, (Charta, 2007), with a foreword by Howard
Zinn. Her next book, Hiroshima: After Aftermath, will be out in spring
2013 on Daylight Books. She is also a curator, critic and activist.