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by mbreen 05.02.2012
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Feist Talks About CAC's 'Spectacle'

Canadian singer/songwriter calls music video exhibit "incredible"

Singer/songwriter Leslie Feist (best known for her hit "1, 2, 3") was in town April 9 to discuss her work in the music video world at the Contemporary Arts Center downtown. Her appearance with director Martin de Thurah (who directed her clip for "The Bad in Each Other") was a part of the programming related to the current exhibit, Spectacle: The Music Video, which, according to the clip below, Feist quite enjoyed (and enjoyed being a part of).Feist on 'Spectacle: The Music Video' from CincyCAC on Vimeo.If you haven't seen Spectacle yet, you still have plenty of time. The exhibit is up through Sept. 3. Click below for a couple more clips about the show.

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“An Evening of Music Video Magic with Feist and Martin De Thurah”

April 9 • Contemporary Arts Center

0 Comments · Monday, April 2, 2012
Consider this sound and vision advice. Canadian singer/songwriter Leslie Feist (better known as simply Feist) is coming to the Contemporary Arts Center Monday, but not to sing. Feist will join filmmaker Martin De Thurah to discuss the creative process behind the cinematic and artful “The Bad in Each Other” music video for the single taken from Feist’s Metals album.   
by Jac Kern 04.02.2012
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Feist and Martin de Thurah to Visit Contemporary Arts Center

Musician-filmmaker duo present a screening and talk at CAC

Singer-songwriter Feist and award-winning filmmaker Martin de Thurah will present a musically-charged evening at the Contemporary Arts Center April 9. Feist and de Thurah (who's worked with Kanye West, Fever Ray and Röyksopp) will discuss the creative process of creating a music video, a perfect event to coincide with the CAC's current exhibit Spectacle: The Music Video.The duo will present a video screening followed by a talk moderated by Spectacle curator and Flux creative collective member Jonathan Wells. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for the 7 p.m. event, and admission is $15 for CAC members, $20 for everyone else. There will be a cash bar. Buy tickets in advance here.Feist and de Thurah collaborated on the singer's video for "The Bad in Each Other."The CAC has hosted some exceptional events lately, bringing electronic musician Dan Deacon to Spectacle's opening party this February, and welcoming street artist Shepard Fairey back to DJ a reception in his honor just last week. This is sure to be another full house party.
 
 

Nirvana, Feist, Gillian Welch, Marianne Faithfull and more

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 9, 2011
In 1991, Nirvana roared out of Northwest obscurity and into the global consciousness with Nevermind, an album of almost incomprehensible magnitude and influence. Three short, tempestuous years later, Kurt Cobain turned his back on his brief run and enormously potent legacy in a horrible, irrevocable act of abdication.  
by Eli Johnson 09.06.2011
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Good Afternoon, World!

The Tea Party is super duper pissed after Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa (not that Jimmy Hoffa!) called on union supporters unhappy with congressional Republicans to “take these son-of-a-bitches out.” The Tea Party Express called the comments “inexcusable,” saying the comments amounted to “a call for violence on peaceful Tea Party members.”

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