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“Cognitive Distortions / Ancestral Patterns”: U-M Center for World Performance Studies.:
Russian American pianist, singer, composer, and improviser Sonya Belaya presents a collaborative performance art piece examining the 12 common cognitive distortions (also known as automatic thoughts) through the perspective of immigrant women. Includes filmed interviews, live video projection mixing, dance, and original music for string quartet and jazz quintet performed by U-M music students. 8 p.m., Duderstadt Video Studio, 2281 Bonisteel. Preregistration required at bit.ly/umwpscognitivedistortions. Free. 936–2777., . . . . . .