2020 Schedule


everything is free and open to anyone who wants to participate / view / engage.

please feel free to email us if you have questions.



Saturday, Jan 11

10am - 11am

Doug Farrand Reading Piece

11am - 1pm

General Open Discussion, Introduction to Festival, Etc.

1pm - 230pm

Lunch

230pm - 5pm

General Intro of People’s (Ongoing) Pieces/Ideas/Concerns

530pm

Group dinner (for first night)



Sunday, Jan 12

10am - 11am

Doug Farrand Reading Piece

11am - 1pm

General Open Discussion

1pm - 230pm

Lunch

230pm - 5pm

Manfred Werder talk/discussion


Monday, Jan 13

10am - 11am

Doug Farrand Reading Piece

11am - 1pm

General Open Discussion

1pm - 230pm

Lunch

230pm - 5pm

the unlimited present agency, talk/activity


Tuesday, Jan 14

10am - 11am

Doug Farrand Reading Piece

11am - 1pm

General Open Discussion

1pm - 7pm (approx)

Lunch / Grace Carney: "The Cambridge-Dorchester Tunnel"

(Walk to Harvard Square; Lunch there; Take T down to Dorchester with Grace; Tea and Snacks with Grace’s Grandmother; Take T back to WSAC; Group Discussion/Performance)


Wednesday, Jan 15

10am - 11am

Doug Farrand Reading Piece

11am - 1pm

Group travel to Walden Pond

1pm - 230pm

Lunch

[Afternoon open]


Thursday, Jan 16

Day Off


Friday, Jan 17

10am - 11am

Doug Farrand Reading Piece

11am - 1pm

General Open Discussion

1pm - 230pm

Lunch

[Afternoon open]


Saturday, Jan 18

10am - 11am

Doug Farrand Reading Piece

1115am -

Joachim Eckl: Chorus of Screamers, Walk to Harvard Square

[continues into lunch]

- 2pm

Lunch

3pm - 430am

Open Discussion/Prep for Concert

7pm -830pm

Finale: Co-Incidence Festival 2020

We are very pleased to be presenting a concert-talk by John Holloway on the relation between experimental music, our time together during the Festival, and revolutionary thought (and John's burgeoning new career as an experimental musician). John's talk will be accompanied, sonically, by the group of artists.

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