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Weekend Events: Artists' Roundtable Talk, Martin Schoeller and Poetry Readings

Friday, September 25: Staged Stories Artists’ RoundtableArtists Christyl Boger, Mark Newport, Mary Van Cline, and SunKoo Yuh work in the traditional mediums of ceramics, fiber, and glass—but they take their art in very nontraditional directions. Their work is currently on display in the exhibit St...





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Friday, September 25: Staged Stories Artists’ Roundtable



Artists  Christyl BogerMark NewportMary Van Cline, and  SunKoo Yuh work in the traditional mediums of ceramics, fiber, and glass—but they take their art in very nontraditional directions. Their work is currently on display in the exhibit  Staged Stories: Renwick Craft Invitational 2009. The artists will take part in a roundtable discussion moderated by exhibition curator  Kate Bonansinga. Free.  American Art Museum, 6:00 PM



Saturday, September 26: RIT Big Shot 2009



Come help the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) celebrate the 25th anniversary of its "Big Shot" event! Each year, RIT selects a building for a dramatic nighttime photo shoot—and this go-round, it has selected the National Museum of the American Indian. RIT invites you to bring a flashlight to help illuminate the exterior of the building and contribute to an eye-catching piece of photography. Free. American Indian Museum, 7:45 PM.



Sunday, September 27: Poetics of Labor: A Reading Series for Bittersweet Harvest



In honor of Hispanic Heritage month, come hear readings from poets Diana Garcia and Quique Aviles that deal with the issues of migration, labor and community. And don't forget to tour the companion exhibition, Bittersweet Harvest. Free. American History Museum, 12:00 PM



For more information on events and exhibitions at the Smithsonian museums, check our companion website,  goSmithsonian.com, the official visitor’s guide to the Smithsonian.
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