White Noise going to the East Village in New York City

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Wed, 2012-10-17
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Just signed the contract today for White Noise to be part of Theater for the New City's (NY) Resident Theater Program in 2013.

Washington Post Review of "Kiss the Name of the Nine Muses Goodbye"

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Fri, 2012-09-14
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Tom Block and Micheline Klagsbrun:  

Kiss the Name of the 9 Muses Goodbye

A Fatal Addiction: War in the Name of God

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Mon, 2012-10-01
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Interview with Queens College Center for Ethnic, Racial & Religious Understanding

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Wed, 2012-07-18
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Steven Appel, Assistant Director of the Queens College Center for Ethnic, Racial & Religious Understanding in New York came to my talk at Monmouth University (NJ) on my Shalom/Salaam book, and has asked me to interview with the director of the program about possible collaborations this fall.

JiwarArtist Residency

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Tue, 2012-07-03
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I have been invited to return to the Jiwar Artist Residency in Barcelona, for two weeks starting July 3.

White Noise -- Review

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John Barry
Washington DC, June 9, 2012
DC Theatre Scene

White Noise, performed by Wanderlust Theatre at the Fridge this weekend, is a play that’s impossible to separate from the exhibit of paintings by DC artist Tom Block. So I’ll begin by describing the paintings themselves.

Okay ….

White Noise -- Review in DC Theatre Scene

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Mon, 2012-06-11
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White Noise, performed by Wanderlust Theatre at the Fridge this weekend, is a play that’s impossible to separate from the exhibit of paintings by DC artist Tom Block. So I’ll begin by describing the paintings themselves.

Okay ….

Selected for Info Ex Information Exchange with visiting curator Meiya Cheng

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Fri, 2012-06-08
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I am one of six local artists that visiting curator Meiya Chang selected  to meet with at the Washington Project for the Arts.  Ms. Chang is an independent curator and cultural organizer based in Taipei. She previously worked at the Museum of Contemporary Art,Taipei. 

Tom Block: An Activist Artist Who Infiltrates and Inspires

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Ben Spielberg
Tikkun Daily, May 22, 2012
Tikkun Magazine

While artists do not change the world by merely raising awareness of a social issue, their activist art can mobilize people and resources around a cause. Tom Block, a witty and eloquent artist and writer based in Silver Spring, Maryland, revealed this philosophy to a mixed-faith crowd at the Mishin Fine Arts Gallery in San Francisco from May 4 to May

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