|Poetry reading in Tompkins Square Park: 4:30 pm|
Tonight, I attended a painfully hip art opening at The Hole. Julian Schnabel's daughter recently exhibited there (with Courtney Love at the opening), but tonight the show, which is only up through this Saturday, was all Jim Joe, a quasi-mysterious trash and graffiti artist, whose tags you can see all over my neighborhood.
This weekend is also open studios in Bushwick, and on Sunday is the first ever Daylife on Orchard Street.
It's easy to get very distracted and forget that I have an online class to teach for the next seven weeks.
I went to a library conference today and felt like I was the only adjunct there, but that's another story, and not as interesting to think about as everything else here.
Looking forward to: Not thinking about tight places this weekend.
Inspiration: graffiti, trash art, the fact that Lara's in Seattle (sending her my best)