The Nonstop Institute, formed in the wake of Antioch College’s suspension in 2008, began as a way for students to continue taking classes in an alternative format. Classes were taught by several former Antioch College professors and people from the community, and classes were held in coffee shops, people’s homes, and other public places.
Now, with the rebirth of Antioch College, Nonstop registered itself as a non-profit organization and has refocused its efforts on providing workshops and events for the community.
More information about the residency is available on the Nonstop website at http://nonstopinstitute.org/open-villageopen-space-artist-residency-program/ or by contacting Michael Casselli at email@example.com.
1. Koyaanisqatsi -86 min
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