2009 Indy Convergence

The end of my February was spent in Indianapolis, crossroads of America, dead center of Indiana, home of the Indy Convergence. I was brought in last year and spent 30 hours making something. I decided to make a little more space for making this year and spent 10 days in Indy. As part of what was made was this short video I put together for the open lab/performance we culminated tour time together with. 

I had led a couple of workshops on sustainability in performance and also led the effort to measure our waste, primarily by weighing our waste and then running numbers on what that waste meant. Here is that video:


Performing-arts groups are nervous about the future


Nervously awaiting the next act in the current economic crisis, arts leaders hope area residents will view the performing arts as a valuable way to escape the stresses of today’s world.

There is concern that the second half of the 2008-09 arts season could spell serious financial trouble for struggling arts groups if families and individuals cut tickets to arts events from strained budgets.

The Full story appears in the Courier Journal of Louisville, Kentucky and Southern Indiana