So tomorrow, from 12-1, in front of the library, I hear there may be noise.  And by noise, I mean chalk, meditation, high fives, and drum circles.  Possibly a reading of books and other participatory performances.  Do you like getting involved in experiencing and being art?  You should. In front of the library. From 12-1. It may or may not be a secret society meeting, in which you should bring your own drum and/or one of those bronze buckets.

7 comments on “Anarchist Activist Art-fulness”

  1. Sarah!!! Says:

    THIS SOUNDS FREAKING AWESOME!!!!

    I’LL BE THERE!!!!!
    CAN’T WAIT TO DRUTILIZE OH YEAAAA

  2. shhhhhhh Says:

    zOMGz!!!! DONT TELL ABOUT TEH SECRET SOCIETIEZ!!!

  3. Ingrid Says:

    Hi Abbie, this is Ingrid Schorr, the producer of the Festival of the Arts. There is a misconception among the Library staff that your event was sponsored by the Office of the Arts. Would you mind setting them straight?

  4. elly Says:

    The music, dancing and chalk-drawing was so awesome! Yay!
    and I like the poeticism of your post!

  5. Liat Says:

    Abbie, awesome post. Thanks for telling us about this!

  6. AB Says:

    Fun Party, Improper Venue…
    Did you even consider that there were people inside the library that were trying to study? The noise level inside was very very loud, and to be quite frank, it was inconsiderate for this to be held there.

    With so much open space around campus, there’s no reason why the front of the library should have been chosen.

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