"Cell 17"; an interactive multimedia installation that will bring viewers inside of a space that evokes the experience of confinement in a prison cell.
"Veste Quae Ex Dobus Texta Est, Non Indueris" is a woven installation piece made from menswear shirts, inspired by the origins of Holocaust prisoner uniforms. The title points to a verse in the old testament that forbids mixing materials, translated to "mixing colors" in the 10th century and assigned to undesirable members of society. (viewable at Union Market)
The Book of Hours: Rebecca Clark makes drawings of the natural world, transient moments of grace and beauty in an age of disappearance.
Hoesy Corona is a multi-disciplinary artist and arts organizer creating videos and soundscapes for his visual and performance project Alie[N]ation which investigates and dismantles alien tropes, xenophobic language and the archetype of the scapegoat.
Brothers Hays and Ryan Holladay create innovative music experiences that celebrate the act of discovery. With a shared background in composition and music production, their projects span a range of fields and disciplines and frequently invite user interaction, blurring the lines between performer and participant.
"Where Do We Go From Here?" (Video Installation). Projected onto sea salt, this poetic artwork explores the absence of humans and asks the questions 'Where are we going?' and 'Where are we coming from?'.
Liliane Tomasko’s “Night Series” of painted bed sheets will transform the way we think about surface.
Celebrating 25 years of excellence in gospel music, Washington Performing Arts Men, Women, and Children of the Gospel Choir honors the traditions, vibrancy, and significance of this uniquely American art form through dynamic performances, community engagement, and education programs for youth and life-long learners.
BalletX, Philadelphia’s premier contemporary ballet, unites distinguished choreographers with an outstanding company of world-class dancers to forge new works of athleticism, emotion, and grace.
Punk Latitudes is a showcase of legendary bands and immersive programming from guest curator Sasha Lord, in support of the inaugural arts and dialogue festival, By The People. Punk Latitudes will feature musical performances from Sneaks, Taraka Larson (Prince Rama),The Messthetics, and Loud Boyz.