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Ethics of Documentary Panel: Intuit Gallery

Last night I attended an Ethics of Documentary panel, over at Intuit Gallery. It was a pretty packed crowd, with the seats filling up rather quickly. Soon after the first video clip was shown, a large wave of folks (students?) showed up, and created a few additional rows on the floor, near the front. L to R it’s Steve James,…

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Dan and Aaron, on the Ethics of Documentary

My friends Dan and Aaron are the co-curators of an exhibit currently at Intuit Gallery, entitled Almost There: A Portrait of Peter Anton. Dan and Aaron have been working on this project for over four years, and in that time they’ve collected a great deal of video footage. They’re also working on a documentary focusing on Anton’s life… and are…

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Almost There, Opening Reception @ Intuit Gallery

After work on Friday, I headed over to Intuit Gallery with Justin and Ben L, to check out the opening of Almost There: A Portrait of Peter Anton. I thought there was an admission of $5, but on arriving found out it was free. So I used my $5 to buy a raffle ticket, to get my portrait drawn by…

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Almost There: A Portrait of Peter Anton

I met Dan Rybicky and Aaron Wickenden about a year ago, thanks to Justin – who helped set up my bachelor party at Dan’s house, near the Indiana Dunes. That weekend, I had the good fortune to talk with both of them, and they’re swell guys. In fact, I distinctly remember getting wrapped up in a conversation with Dan at…

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