Wednesday, March 2, 2011

6X6 Gets Misty with Matthew on March 2

Still from "The Good Life" by Chris White

Music, flowers, children, and the inevitable decay: how much more sentimental can you get? Come see the work of artists Amber Boardman (Brooklyn, New York); Chris White (Greenville, South Carolina); Ron Lambert (Nashville, Tennessee); Charlie Murphy (London, England); and Heather Freeman (Charlotte, North Carolina), who is currently featured at the Athica exhibit "Taking Part." In addition, a special guest appearance by the well-known Georgia poet and writer Starkey Flythe, Jr. will round out the events that curator Matthew Buzzell has planned. Expect a few surprises, as Buzzell is a multi-talented performer, filmmaker, and musician whose sentimentality can bring out the beauty and the beast in him. Bring your tissues to Ciné Lab on March 2nd from 7-8 pm. It's fast, free, and sentimental!

About The Curator: Buzzell holds a BFA in Drama from The North Carolina School of the Arts and an MFA in Directing from The American Film Institute. A number of his films have been broadcast nationally on PBS television and have screened at film festivals the world over. He has worked with Sacha Baron Cohen, Diana Krall, Elvis Costello, Daniel Johnston, Jimmy Scott, Bad Religion, Luna, and Billy Preston. His most recent project is a documentary celebrating the collaborations of Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks, a creative marriage of prodigious output and longevity. Buzzell is currently an adjunct professor in the department of Communications and Professional Writing at Augusta State University. See more about Matthew Buzzell on IMDb.

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