Team Demo Hugo is currently in the process of planning and launching a crowdfunding campaign to fund our team’s research and filming. Stay tuned for more news coming soon.

HERE'S WHAT WE'RE THINKING

Team Demo Hugo is a collective of geographers, archivists, planners, animators, filmmakers, writers, Seattleites, transplants, poets and literary geeks. We’re making a documentary film about the

tear-down of 1634 11th Avenue, the current home of Richard Hugo House.

Utah is dry, right? Hugo wouldn't like that.

November 8, 2016

 

Heads up to our friends in Utah: we're headed to your neighborhood this Thursday/Friday. We'll be in Salt Lake City for the National Humanities Conference, leading a workshop called "Building Collaboration for a Shifting Landscape: How a Documentary Film Project Connects Poetry with Displacement in Real Life." Because the NHC is focused on public scholarship, we'll be addressing that most humanities folks have had a crisis about some point: what do the arts mean in the real world, anyway? Using Hugo's Triggering Town concept, we'll argue that the arts can define and fill in the gaps in the real world, and that concrete problems can provide the parameters of urgent art. We'll also talk about how we've structured our team around the art we're making, and how that's modeled off of how Hugo House was a triggering town for Seattle's literary community. It's triggering towns all the way down.

 

The NHC is only open to registered attendees, but if you're in the area you can catch Frances the Thursday at a free Literary Ruckus hosted by the Ogden Inspired Writing Series. That'll be at 7 p.m. in Ogden's Good Company Theatre. Hope to see you there!

 

 

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