Nobles & Savages, a group exhibition featuring works by three artists represented by RARE: Johnston Foster, Dionisios Fragias, and Eamon O’Kane. Their works reference the noble side of man as well as a darker side that often obscures and interferes with his better instincts.
Written & Performed by Aisha Josiah A headless cat and an incriminating photo begin an adrenaline-filled quest for revenge through the feminine underworld of small-town England. Narrated by Saff (who’s on the run) and Oli (who should be), unfolds a tale of bizarre sexual conquests, graphic ultra violence and girls behaving monstrously. About the […]
The third collaboration between Witness Relocation and acclaimed writer Charles Mee, in which people meet, fall in love, make out with each other, find being alive awkward but funny, and dance quite a lot.
Celebrating the centennial of Polish painter, assemblage artist, set designer, and theater director, Tadeusz Kantor, Zero or More Disposable Lessons explores the mechanics of memory, anatomy of oppression, disposability of bodies, and dancing objects.
Young artists, poets, and emcees blend Hawaiian chants and Bomba Alaskan style with beat box. Livestreamed from CultureHub on http://howlround.com/tv
With Bird In The House, composer/performer Dane Terry paints scenes of childhood and adolescence in the off-colors of standard-issue American neuroses. Terry’s liquid country western piano sloshing all the while under his intoned yarns. Bird In The House features songs from his new album Color Movies, which will be released concurrently.
o help conceptualize the relationship between human activity and coral reef health, children will role play the different elements of the coral reef ecosystem. Then they will then set up an experiment to test the effects of marine life photosynthesis on ocean acidification.
By SinTeaTro Intimus
Directed and written by Aminta de Lara
In a time of deep partisan division and massive street demonstrations for and against the government, two sisters are forced to delve into their relationship with their father and what he represents leading to a confrontation stemming from their childhood.
Richard Meros, B.A. is the Machiavelli of the Millenials. In this anarchic journey into the hot and heavy heart of Western Civilisation, Meros will prove, step by barkingly-logical step, that Hillary Clinton not only wants a Young Lover, but needs one to initiate a Golden Age of American culture and society. Furthermore, the only possible candidate for this coveted position is, by rational necessity, him.
Eleven Reflections on September is a spoken word, multi-media performance on the Arab American experience, Wars on/of Terror, and “the constant, quiet rain of death amidst beauty” that each autumn brings in a post-9/11 world.