Author Archives | Laila

The L Train Luncheon

I came across this a “L Train Luncheon” that apparently happened last year around this time, check out the video! http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/04/dining/04train.html Advertisements

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MIMA Bread Workshop

Hi Everyone, There are two different Bread House Network workshop coming up this Saturday and Sunday. If you missed the last one, I really encourage you to try to go to one of these. Below is the email I received with information. I’m planning on attending the one on Saturday at MIMA, I hope to see some […]

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Feeding the Soul with Homemade Bread

Yesterday I attended Nadezhda Savova’s bread-making workshop at MIMA Brooklyn. We spent the evening connecting with one another while making bread and music. It was an incredible experience that I would recommend to everyone! Here is short video of the night by Christoph Geiseler:  <p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/37529553″>A MIMA Minute with Nadezhda Savova making bread and samba […]

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Theater of the Oppressed Workshop (2/25-26)

Below is the email I received regarding the upcoming Theater of the Oppressed Workshop, it is a 2 day event that costs $95. If we get a group of people together perhaps we could receive a discounted rate. There are also other events happening (see the bottom of the email.) To subscribe to the mailing list click here. The Theater of […]

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Time to Occupy Big Media? | The David and Goliath Project

I came across this interesting article on The David and Goliath Project: http://davidandgoliathproject.wordpress.com/2012/02/04/is-it-time-to-occupy-big-media/ Also check out the project, they encourage submissions from filmmakers, photographers, musicians or artists that would like their work promoted. http://davidandgoliathproject.wordpress.com/about/

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The Society of the Spectacle with Relation to Public Spaces | 20-22: Society of the Spectacle

I sent out this teaser of 20-22: Society of the Spectacle via Google Groups but was informed that the group was not yet fully activated so here it is on the blog: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhaxa03yZbA I came across this new work as I was watching The Society of the Spectacle (1973) as a means to supplement our reading (and […]

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Biography : LG

Hello, my name is Laila. I was born in Cairo, Egypt to an Egyptian father and Turkish mother. My name means night in Arabic, which I believe is  fitting to my personality. I completed my undergraduate studies in International Relations and Communications two years ago in Miami, and moved to New York a couple months […]

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