The tagline of creative collective Sewing Rebellion is “Stop Shopping, Start Sewing!” Founded by Carol Lung-Bazile, AKA FrauFiber, in 2006, this eclectic group of men and women sew to save money and impact the way Americans think about clothing and garment production. The nearly lost arts of mending and reusing clothing
DROUGHT AND FLOODING RAINS: THE DINNER
Artist Natalie Jeremijenko and chefs Mihir Desai and Pierre Roelofs create a sensory experience of edible artworks from a fragile land(scape).
Running for over a year in New York and Boston, the celebrated Cross(x)Species Adventure Club Supper Club, comes to Australia for the first time. Five+ paired
FINDING THEIR PLACES Actors, including farm workers and their children, rehearse Of Farms and Fables.
An interesting show coming up in Portland, ME….
It’s all in a day’s work on a family farm. From pests to family strife to the game-changing scale of industrial farming, the challenges to the modern family farm
The CSPA congratulates the second recipient of a CSPA Supports MicroGrant: Elizabeth English and A Collection of Shiny Objects in Brooklyn, NY for their original theater production of Goods & Services (The Walmart Project).
Goods & Services is a collaborative, semi-devised object theater piece that explores Americans’ relationhship with the buying and selling of consumer
Re-envisioning Art, Technology and Nature 516 ARTS announces the extended deadline for proposals to November 15, 2011 In the fall of 2012, a group of New Mexico and regional organizations will present ISEA2012 Albuquerque: Machine Wilderness, a symposium and season-long series of public events exploring the discourse of global proportions
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA – May 31-June 3, 2012
CALL FOR PAPERS AND PROPOSALS
Ecology is at the heart of burgeoning creativity and interdisciplinary scholarship across the arts and humanities. This Symposium, together with the concurrent EMOS Playwrights’ Festival, invites artists, scholars and activists to share their work, ideas, and passions with one another
Brooklyn’s budding cultural district will soon raise the curtain on a new classic theater. Just Last Friday, construction started on the Theater for a New Audience, a Hugh Hardy designed flexible theater created specifically for the performance of Shakespeare and classic drama. Cloaked in a dramatic black box exterior, the LEED Silver-seeking