Detroit Brain Frame
In just under two weeks, I'll take the bus to Detroit to conduct the first ever Detroit Brain Frame. It's been an interesting challenge, seeking and recruiting a set of performers with whom I have no in-person familiarity. Detroit has some comics artists (obviously) but they're few and far between, or focused primarily on another medium, with comics a secondary interest. One of my contacts, in a larger discussion about Detroit, stated "people aren't big on narrative here." My research supports his theory. I look forward to navigating a virgin audience.
All the readers are Michiganders with the exception of myself and the luminous Emma Rand, former intern (remember this?):
Cabaret BLACK EYE
Friday, October 18, 7PM at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, 4454 Woodward Ave.
FREE :: with suggested $5 museum admission.
Poster by the awesome Andy Gabrysiak, a member of Cabaret BLACK EYE, alumni of Brooklyn Brain Frame and all-around positive presence with cute glasses.