Crowley Theater Events Calendar
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Tuesday, January 2
Time: All day event
Summary: Screening: Lady bird
Description: January 11, 2018
in front of us presents a screening of critically acclaimed film Lady Bird at 7:30 pm.
Thank you to Marfa Live Arts for supporting this film series.

Presented By: in front of us
Admission: Free or Donation
Time: 11:59 AM - 1:15 PM
Summary: Reading: Jonathon Lethem
Description: January 5, 2018
Jonathan Lethem, acclaimed author of Chronic City, Motherless Brooklyn, and Fortress of Solitude, among others, will be in town to give the first public reading of his forthcoming novel, The Feral Detective.

9 pm.

Presented By: Marfa Book Co.
Admission: Free or Donation
Time: 12:36 PM - 2:30 PM
Summary: Talk: Gato Negro Ediciones
Description: January 4, 2018
Gato Negro Ediciones showcase and conversation at 6 pm.

"Gato Negro Ediciones is an independent project that emerged in 2013. With publications covering the context in which they are found, authors seeking to explain the current chaos in which we live and small, simple but attractive editions, the editorial seeks to position emerging writers.

Most of his publications are printed with Risograph , a printing system that emulates the technique of screen printing, using an apparatus similar to the photocopier, which makes a good finish with a low production cost. In addition, this mechanism is pleasant with the environment.

The publishing house is a project by the Mexican artist Arturo Hernández Alcázar (Mexico, 1978), whose work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in Mexico, the Cité des Arts in Paris, among other international venues. In addition, he has participated in seminars taught at the Faculty of Philosophy and Literature of the UNAM and in 2006 he obtained the Young Creators of Fonca program." - gastv.mx

Presented By: Marfa Book Co.
Admission: Free or Donation
Time: 12:54 PM - 2:45 PM
Summary: Book Talk: Peter McMahon
Description: January 3, 2018
Peter MacMahon, author of Cape Cod Modern, will be talking about the legacy of Bauhaus and Bauhaus-inspired architecture in Cape Cod. Reviewing the book in the New York Times, Dana Jennings called it, "an eye-opening history of an overlooked moment in modern architecture".

6 pm.

Presented By: Marfa Book Co.
Admission: Free