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Friday, April 06, 2007

THINGS TO DO (4/6, 4/10)

Here is the most recent installment of Evan Finch's occasional Things to Do email newsletter.

Wes Janz’ One Small Project
Dean Johnson Gallery
Friday, April 6

Wes Janz is Associate Professor of Architecture at Ball State, and he’s fascinated by the use of “leftover space” as it pertains to the urban homeless. On Friday, April 6, from 5 to 9 PM, the Dean Johnson gallery ( will host a group installation exhibit with the work of Janz and his students. NOTE: You can also read a good Archinect article about Janz’ “One Small Project” by visiting .

Phone: 317.634.8020

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Neko Case
The Vogue
Tuesday, April 10

Alt-country chanteuse Neko Case (sometimes vocalist for the New Pornographers) is playing The Vogue (6259 North College Avenue) next Tuesday, April 10. Tickets are $20 in advance from the Vogue or any Ticketmaster outlet.

Phone: 317.259.7029
Web: and

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From 6 to 9 PM on Friday, April 13th, the Harrison Center for the Arts will present new work by textile artists Elyce Elder and Karen Woods (with music afterwards by North Carolina singer/songwriter Jason Harrod).

And a little later on Friday, April 13th, New Jersey’s Yo La Tengo will be playing The Vogue. Tickets to that show are $15 in advance, and are on sale now from the Vogue ( or any Ticketmaster outlet.

On Sunday, April 15th, Paul Baumgarten is going to launch an exhibition of his photography at the Alcatraz Brewing Company. You go, Paul.

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If you’d like to enter the New Yorker’s cartoon caption contest, you may do so here:

And, uh, that’s all I’ve got this week. Sorry. I promise to do better.
M. Zane Grey, 12:02 PM