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Get Out: Brewery Art Walk, Paris Photos at Paramount And Hula Hooping Performance Art
ART WALK: Today you can enjoy the free Brewery Art Walk. Walk around the Brewery, talk to the artists and check out their studios and lofts. Peruse the artwork, shop and have a bite to eat. It goes from 11 am to 6 pm at 2100 North Main Street, Unit A10.
PHOTOS: Paramount Pictures Studios will be hosting Paris Photo today running from noon until 6 pm. Guests are invited to experience a gallery of international photos selected by Paris Photo. Tickets can be purchased online.
FILM: You probably know Saul Bass' legendary movie title sequences, but tonight you can see the only feature-length film Bass ever directed: "Phase IV" (1974). It will be showing tonight at Cinefamily at 10 pm, and they describe it thus: "a triumph of visual storytelling that communicates impending sentient insect peril through unparalleled microphotography, sound & art design, abstract architecture and subtle gestures." Tickets are $12 and for more information, visit Cinefamily's website.
HULA: Night Gallery Downtown is hosting "Duchesses," a performance piece Marie-Caroline Hominal and Francois Chaignaud. The performance starts at 8pm, and it involves a two naked people hula hooping to "explore themes of ecstasy, meditation, and hypnosis." For more information, visit the gallery's website.