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    Now. What? By Paul Friswold The Riverfront Times, March 26, 2008 These are dangerous times, friend. Everybody s up on the stump shouting about the future and
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 28, 2008
      Now. What?
      By Paul Friswold
      The Riverfront Times, March 26, 2008

      These are dangerous times, friend. Everybody's up on
      the stump shouting about the future and their plans
      for what will be, promising that change will manifest
      only through his or her personal vision. What about
      now? What about that moment that exists right here —
      there — and is gone? You can't live for the future —
      it never comes. You have to make your peace with the
      present if you're going to have any peace at all

      Learn, Artist! is concerned with right now. The
      two-guitar, one-bass improvisational band carves out
      swooping arcs of now, holds them up to the light for
      the briefest of examinations, and then lets the now
      combust with dignity and purpose so that something
      newer can fill the void. Squiggly echoes fold into
      distant foghorn blasts and become an effervescent haze
      that lingers no longer than is decent. The future is
      unwritten, but the present is forever learned.

      Learn, Artist! explores the now at 6 p.m. at the
      Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum on the Washington
      University campus (Forsyth and Skinker boulevards;
      www. kemperartmuseum. wustl. edu or 314-935-4523) as
      part of the Kemper Presents concert series. Admission
      is free, and complimentary snacks and Pabst Blue
      Ribbon beer are provided.


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