Art a Grammar, Grammar a House: A Gathering (or, Artist-Writers: A Weaving)
ROW / SEW: 3 Sundays for Robert Seydel

“ROW / SEW: 3 Sundays for Robert Seydel” is a series of gatherings of artists and writers to address, to read, to perform, to pay homage to the life and work of Robert Seydel, his alter ego Ruth Greisman, and her friends Joseph Cornell, Marcel Duchamp, et al. Organized by Emmy Catedral with Nathaniel Otting in conjunction with Siglio and Ugly Duckling Presse.

All events start at 3 p.m. and free with suggested museum admission.

To kick off the series, join us for an afternoon of short performances & shorter lectures by "artist-writers” (as in a page from Seydel’s Knot-books) delivered from the place where Stein’s "Arthur: A Grammar” meets Seydel’s "Grammar a house / or window in a house.” Happenings by Cecilia Vicuña, Maria Damon, and Emmalea Russo; gatherings by Rachel Valinsky & Lanny Jordan Jackson and Zanna Gilbert; and opening microreadings by Anna Gurton-Wachter.

Aug 16: Plaid Duchamp Record in Magenta
Sep 27: "Quail rise”: "R’s Queens” Reprised

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