And coming soon: Radical Interconnectedness Festival
On April 26, 27 2019, the Radical interconnectedness Festival offers the opportunity for artists to address the concerns of marginalized communities through a wide variety of experiential forms: theater, music, installation, dance, poetry, etc all presented within walking distance in alternative venues, storefronts, & Shea Theatre.
We invited stories that engage issues of race, age, gender, religion, economic class, & aspects of cultural identity that have been suppressed.
Our commissions include: African American experiential theater, Indigenous Persons photography installation, Trans music, Identity Questioning performance, African American music, Neurologically Different dance, Developmentally disabled theater, & formerly incarcerated Women spoken word among others.
After the Fest on April 28 will be a free panel/workshop featuring participating artists and the public in conversation and listening. More info later…