Saturday, October 29, 2011

The Zimmerli Art Museum at 71 Hamilton Street in New Brunswick, NJ (right next door to my office) is hosting a "fruits and vegetables themed chess tournament in [the] style of the Fluxus art movement" on Wednesday, November 2, 2011 from 4:00 - 7:00 pm. According to their Facebook page, "The tournament starts at 4:00 pm and games will be played first until 6:00 pm, when a free play period will begin, and then resumes at 8:00 pm when finalists play their last games and a winner is declared. This tournament is in knockout format. Come to play, to watch, and enjoy the art! Rutgers students get in free, $6 for non-students. This event is run in conjunction with the Rutgers chess team, and we appreciate your support in attending this event. If you have any interest in chess, recreationally, competitively, or aesthetically, please join our Facebook group Rutgers Chess Club and join us for meetings at the times and places specified on that page."  Due to a prior commitment, I will not be able to attend myself but might catch the end of it.

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