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Symphony of Sorrowful Songs: A Review of The Institute of Memory (TIMe) Apr 21, 2017

Psychologists have known for a long time that serious trauma, such as that imprinted through violence and in wartime, can create mental and physical illness that can be passed down genetically through generations. But how this happens is still being understood. Just this week new research was released that shows that certain molecules, altered by traumatic stress and in turn causing depression and other effects, are transferred via sperm.

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Lars Jan’s "The Institute of Memory (TIMe)": A realistic amount of hope  Apr 21, 2017

Hope. Is that as important as breath to a child? Is Hope an elastic concept? Is Hope, qualified by reality, just hopeless? How does a child cope with life, when his/her father possesses a 'realistic amount of hope?' 

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16/17 Season Artists | Lars Jan/Early Morning Opera Jun 29, 2016


photo by Maria Baranova

Secret agents, fathers, spies, eerie neon light displays, Cold War missives typed out on a 50s era typewriter...can you ever really know your own dad? Director/performer Lars Jan creates a fuzzy portrait of one human being - his own father - raising universal questions around privacy, memory, and fatherhood.

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