Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Listen to David Lynch and John Hagelin talk about Transcendental Peace, then visit Art-O-Matic

LOCATION: Kay Spiritual Life Center; American University, 4400 Massachusetts Ave, NW TIME: This Friday, 8:15pm EQUIPMENT: Yourself, your third eye

Film and Television Director David Lynch and Physicist John Hagelin will speak about their peace activism efforts at 8 p.m., Friday, Nov. 12th at American University’s Kay Spiritual Life Center. Lynch is a three-time Academy Award-nominated film director, whose work includes Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart, and Mulholland Drive, as well as the TV series Twin Peaks. In addition to his filmwork, he is a dedicated peace advocate who has traveled the world to meet with heads of state and other government leaders about effective new approaches to prevent violence and conflict.
Dr. Hagelin is a renowned quantum physicist, and the director of the Institute of World Peace at Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa, a unique community dedicated to sustainability, renewability and peace. In addition, he is the President of the US Peace Government—a complementary government that offers proven programs to prevent problems in health care, education, defense, energy, agriculture, and the environment.

LOCATION: 800 3rd St. NE -- corner of 3rd and HSt., NE TIME: Friday night and ongoing EQUIPMENT: Yourself, artistic flair, disdain for all things bourgeois OPTIONAL: Misunderstood genius

Come to Artomatic 2004's Opening Party and go art wild. Hit the door, grab something to drink, plunge into the best arts party D.C.'s seen since the last Artomatic opening. Drench yourself in art in this open showcase for regional arts. The thousands of works, hundreds of performances, and dozens of educational presentations and discussions, make Artomatic DC's most exciting, unpredictable arts event.


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