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Dreams Are Colder Than Death

Boundary-destroying in his approach to reframing film vocabulary, Arthur Jafa was taught by Haile Gerima at Howard University. In 2014, he made Dreams Are Colder Than Death, an essay film on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech. In his experimental use of imagery of Black life, Jafa doesn’t merely document but interrogates the realities of African American lives today.Free. Accessible seats available; for information, call 413 458 0524.

Queering Perspectives Festival: YOUR SEXTS ARE SHIT: OLDER BETTER LETTERS

Your Sexts Are Shit: Older Better Letters is an intimate, funny, filthy, and moving solo show from Rachel Mars that triangulates the sex and love letters of long-dead artists, contemporary sexts, and a meditation on the construction of the queer female body. Come! Take pleasure in James Joyce’s passion for arse, find out who sneaked her gay lover into the White House, hear from Frida Kahlo, Georgia O’Keeffe, Mozart and bear witness to the best/worst sexts ever sent, in an erotic archive shot through with Rachel’s personal ventures in contemporary Queer kink.A joint Q&A with Salty Brine will be on

Indie Night: Krishna Guthrie Band

63 Flansburg Ave Dalton, MA, United States, Massachusetts 01226

7-9pm$10Indie Night is a monthly series highlighting emerging independent artists.The Guthrie family story is interwoven into the fabric of American music. While Krishna Guthrie incorporates elements of his lineage, from the folk roots of his great-grandfather, Woody to the masterful storytelling of his grandfather Arlo, he’s not afraid of adding influences from his own generation as he carves his own initials in the family tree. At a young age, Krishna began touring internationally with his family as well as playing in local bands when off the road. Becoming skilled at several instruments, he also started writing his own songs. In