The Esopus Foundation is thrilled to announce a new date and location for the launch event for Three Types of Reading Ambiguity, Esopus’s Fall 2015 limited-edition artwork by musician Charles Bissell (The Wrens) and artist Beth Campbell.
THREE TYPES OF READING AMBIGUITY LAUNCH
FEATURING LIVE PERFORMANCE BY CHARLES BISSELL
MONDAY, DECEMBER 14TH, 7 TO 9 PM
PERFORMANCE AT 8 PM
BETH CAMPBELL STUDIO
BROOKLYN NAVY YARD, BUILDING 3, SUITE 401
63 FLUSHING AVENUE, BROOKLYN, NY
This rescheduled event will be held at Beth Campbell’s studio (pictured above), which played a crucial role in her contribution to the project. We’re particularly excited to announce that Charles Bissell will perform a set of songs, including “Three Types of Reading Ambiguity,” the Wrens’ single that forms the basis for the Esopus edition, in the studio starting at 8pm.
PLEASE NOTE: Owing to Brooklyn Navy Yard security protocol and the limited amount of space in Beth’s studio, THIS IS AN RSVP-ONLY EVENT. Make sure to RSVP by Monday, December 7th. Please provide full names and email addresses for each attendee, and don’t forget to bring a picture ID along with you on the 14th.
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