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“Oh, it's that guy”

Java welcomes a Special Guest on a Southeast Asian tour this Thursday
at 7:30pm

“Oh, it’s that guy”

Robert Farid Karimi remixes silence and sound for you to drink

Spend an evening with critically acclaimed performance
artist/theatrical cook/poet/humorist Robert Farid Karimi as he weaves
together his various works with movement, stories, and some beverages.
He will be performing selections from early work, and give a preview
of his new performance piece Water/Agua Got No Enemy. He promises the
night will have more laughter than this description.

For more info: http://www.kaoticgood.com
& http://www.thepeoplescook.com

Our City Festival and JavaArts welcomes AsiaLink Resident Pip Kelly!
Pip is here for the first part of her residency during the month of
May. She is researching, filming and meeting with the arts community
during this time. Specifically she will be involved in organizing the
upcoming festival meetings, developing the social media and
documenting the processes. Later in the year she will return to join
the festival Curatorial Committee and participate in organizing OCF14.

A little more about Pip Kelly:

Pip Kelly is a creative producer, documentary film-maker and emerging
curator living in Brisbane, Australia. Pip’s work explores people
and culture stories and portraiture; often revealing the hidden,
unseen or unheard. She has worked on Australian documentary series and
features The Bipolar Bears (SBS), Jailbirds (ABC), Miss South Sudan
Australia (ABC), and has directed & produced video content for
Australian Museums and Galleries, Oxfam International, The Footscray
Community Arts Centre, The River Nile Learning Centre and for
independent musicians. As an arts producer, Pip has run community arts
and culture projects in Melbourne and Brisbane for youth and
multicultural arts organisations and The State Library Queensland. In
2012, Pip directed and produced community co-created projects and
screen content at The Queensland Museum. The crowd sourced pop up
project “What do you collect?” experimented with contemporary notions
of collecting including esoteric collections such as dance moves and
memories. More info here: http://www.pipkelly.com.au

DIGITAL FLIPBOOK OF THE OUR CITY FESTIVAL 2012 CAN BE VIEWED HERE
” title=”DIGITAL FLIPBOOK OF THE OUR CITY FESTIVAL 2012″ target=”_blank”>http://issuu.com/langloisdana/docs/our_city_festival_2012-urban_currents/1

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