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Fort Nights: Magic



Spanning four weeks, Fort Nights: Magic will feature films through the different lenses of light, water, sky, the heart, and the unseen. Happening adjacent to Off the Grid, make it a night out and look for the Silent Disco booth to rent headphones for free, too. This Friday features the heart, “Prepare to be Unprepared,” a live performance and video from Constance Hockaday in FMCAC’s unique Firehouse space. “Prepare to be Unprepared” is a cinematic and performative lecture that includes a stream of associations exploring sandy beach survival strategies, homemade boats, linguistic investigations of the word “hope,” Wallace Steven’s poem: “Angel of Paisans,” and personal anecdotes, which come together to illustrate the terrifying and liberating ways people make sense of their lives in the age of disaster.

For more information call 415.345.7572 or email aimee@fortmason.org.

If You Go:

When: Friday, May 5
Where: Fort Mason Center Firehouse
2 Marina Blvd
San Francisco, CA 94123
Cost: Free
fortmason.org/event/fort-nights-magic

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