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What's Up Farcus: Moving-Image Work by Adam Farcus

What's Up Farcus features moving-image work by interdisciplinary artist Adam Farcus. Works in this 45 minute program will address the themes of social justice, climate change, and Civil War reenactment. 

Adam Farcus is a Huntsville, Texas, based activist, artist, curator, feminist, and teacher. They were born and raised in the rural town of Coal City, Illinois. Adam received their M.F.A. from the University of Illinois at Chicago, B.F.A. from Illinois State University, and A.A. from Joliet Junior College. Their work has been exhibited at numerous galleries and museums, most recently at the Advance Art Museum in Changsha, China. Adam is a professor of art at Sam Houston State University. 

More about Farcus and their artwork can be found at www.adamfarcus.com.

Tuesday, August 28

Entry is free

Happy Hour is from 7 - 9pm 🍻

12th Street Bar
1024 12th St.
Huntsville, Texas 77340
(936) 755-8089


The 12th Street Screening Series is an ongoing series of monthly curated, guest, and solo moving-image art and short narrative cinema programs. Screenings happen every last Tuesday of every month, at 7pm, at the 12th Street Bat in downtown Huntsville.