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The folks at UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive have teamed up with Machine Project to host what sounds like a delightful and confusing workshop this weekend, called Confuse-a-tron:

This Friday, February 25, as part of our L@TE: Friday Nights @ BAM/PFA series, we’re hosting an event called Machine Project Presents Confuse-a-tron. Confuse-a-tron is a sort of workshop mash-up which will include sessions on making kimchee, converting melons into amplified drums, cloning plants and, um, applying tranimal drag makeup. Machine Project is an LA-based art space that produces events that seek to make rarified knowledge accessible. Should be quite an interesting night; our most hands-on L@TE event so far. Tickets are only $7 for the general public and is free for BAM/PFA members and UCB faculty, staff, and students.

Update: Sorry for the added confusion, the Confuse-a-tron workshop is actually being held at the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive in Berkeley, not at Machine Project in LA.


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