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Events: PARIS, TEXAS at the Rubin Museum next Friday, February 24

February 17, 2012

The Rubin Museum of Art, one of New York City’s finest small museums, specializes in Himalayan arts and culture, and its multimedia programming, curated by Tim McHenry, is extraordinarily inventive and delicious. Every Friday night there’s a Cabaret Cinema, movie night with cocktails. Next Friday, February 24, the series will feature Wim Wenders’ 1984 Paris, Texas, whose screenplay came from Sam Shepard. As a Shepard scholar, I’ve been asked to introduce the film (i.e., talk about the film beforehand for nine minutes — and ONLY nine!). Feel free to join me for the occasion.

 

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