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August 16 2013

"Joss Whedon: From Buffy to the Bard" - an exhibit at Wesleyan. The Rick Nicita Gallery is doing a retrospective look at Joss' career which includes "posters, notebooks, photographs, props and artwork from Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Serenity, The Avengers and more". The Gallery's curator says "Joss basically went into his garage - and gave us all this stuff."

Wooow. Sounds like a good excuse for me to do a road trip east.
I am going to this. It is far away from where I live and will probably be at some expense. But I'm going.
It is kind of a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Right, Simon? Just a few months ago, these words came from my mouth: "I can't wait until Joss donates all of his papers to Wesleyan. I'm definitely going to go and see them." This might be even better, I don't know. So I'm going to figure it out, even if it's just me by myself flying to Hartford and renting a car.
This is pretty great!
Good god, look at all his hair in the '86 photo.
Haha, I was thinking the same thing, bigsofty. I have to save that picture. I love college-Joss.
This sounds wonderul. I may fly to see it during the break between Christmas and New Year's.

Sent an email to inquire how long the show is running (the post mentions "through December") and whom to contact to make an appointment if necessary.

I'll post back if I hear anything definitive.

[ edited by Hera on 2013-08-17 02:40 ]
I would love to go to this, and am actually around this area in October (I don't live in the US) - going NYC to Boston on Sunday October 6 - are there any normal public transport options to get there? Or someone coincidentally wanting to go up that weekend? ;)

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