• Benjamin Entner & Michael Flanagan

    by  • 4 February, 2013 • Word Thursdays

    Benjamin Entner Curates a Night of Performance Art

    The Tully Review: An Evening of Performance Art
    Thursday, Feb. 21st, 601 Tully Gallery

    Curators: Benjamin Entner and Michael Flanagan

    Performers: Shag on Roofs, Cynthia Clabough and Jane Winslow, Michael Flanagan and Ronald Throop, Roxanne Jackson, Patrick Lawler, Zeke Leonard and son, Leo, John Orentlicher and Robert McBlaine, Syra-ukes, Roberto Loring, Benjamin Entner, Sean Hovendick, Mike Burkard 

    About the curators:

    Benjamin Entner is a graduate of Syracuse University’s prestigious Sculpture Program.  He received his Master of Fine Arts degree.  His work has shown nationally and internationally; most recently with solo shows at the Las Vegas Contemporary Arts Center, the Riverviews Artspace, as well as, at the Albany International Airport, Living Arts of Tulsa, and his living room.  Currently, he is an Assistant Professor of Art and Art History at the SUNY College of Oswego.  He was born in the plains of Western New York, and for a time was reared by wolves.  He is a Taurus and enjoys longs walks with his dog, Taz.  Entner is currently in-waiting for the MacArthur Genius Grant.


    Michael Flanagan became interested in performance art while pursuing a graduate degree in painting at the University of Montana. He served as a co-organizer of a performance art event at Altered Space Gallery in Syracuse. Flanagan is the Assistant Director of the Tyler Art Gallery at SUNY Oswego.

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