In the mail this morning was an exciting little teaser from Samuel Burt of the

Foundation. In it were a few details of this year's marathon of noise, improvisation, and other bits of uncategorizable, wonderful oddness. The fest, celebrating its 10th anniversary, runs Sept. 17-21, and, once again, the main attractions will be held at

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, with at least one event, a collaboration involving Philadelphia light artist Peter Rose, at the Baltimore Museum of Art.

Nonlocals announced so far include: Tetuzi Akiyama, Japan; Liz Albee, San Francisco; Magali Babin, Montreal; Tony Buck, Berlin; Chris Corsano, Massachusetts; Lucas Crane, NYC; Arrington de Dionysio, Portland Ore.; Bill Nace, North Hampton, Mass.; Robert Van Heuman, Amsterdam; Camel Zekri, North Africa; and Dan Blacksberg, Philadelphia.

And the locals: Susan Alcorn, John Berndt, Tom Boram, Alessandro Bosetti, Samuel Burt, Audrey Chen, John Eaton, Carson Garhart, Rose Hammer, Janel Leppin, Michael Muniak, Paul Neidhardt, Ric Royer, and Martin Schmidt. Get enthused.

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