“she can be seen walking alone” is inspired by stories that weaves women’s experience with gender identity and their ability to find space, voice, and spirituality.
Using mirrors, video images, and live performance, Nadia, a half-Iranian queer artist, shares her own and others’ stories as she investigates silence as a choice and the catharsis that comes from being honest about who we are.
A performative response to a culture that is afraid of our ability to be wounded, VULNERARIES asks: what cultural and ecological healing would be possible if we felt safe to be present to our own depth of feeling, if we had the support to traverse emotions such as grief, rage, longing, despair—which many of us […]
- We're so honored to have @DeborahWattz as a special guest for our post-show discussion this evening, along with Tos… https://t.co/2N2Iv7ATwe 10:43:14 AM October 29, 2020
- Tonight and Sunday only, join us for a live virtual reading of Fannie Lou Hamer: Speak On It! starring Regina Mari… https://t.co/ihEOLr69Ao 10:42:19 AM October 29, 2020
- Today, Scenic Designer Kellie Larson and her partner David installed the backdrop for Fannie Lou Hamer: Speak On It… https://t.co/30WQAT57Wh 03:53:46 PM October 26, 2020