Radical Interconnectedness Festival
Friday, April 26, 2019, 5:00 pm
Repeats until Saturday, April 27, 2019, 5:00 pm
Presented by Eggtooth Productions. the radical inter-connectedness Fest! The Radical Interconnectedness Festival offers art of all kinds created by artists addressing the concerns of marginalized communities.
The Radical Interconnectedness Festival offers art of all kinds created by artists addressing the concerns of marginalized communities. Come experience theater, music, installation, dance, poetry, video, etc. all presented in downtown Turners Falls in a variety of alternative venues like storefronts, repurposed churches, the Discovery Center, the Shea Theatre - all in walking distance.
One $20 ticket gets you into everything. See how much you can experience!
We've invited art that engages issue of race, age, gender, religion, economic class, and aspects of cultural identity that have been suppressed. In addition, we will offer a conversation with the artists and humanist scholars to place the conversation in context on April 28, 2019 from noon til 3:30 pm in the Cohn Commons at Greenfield Community College.
Supported by Mass Humanities, and the Mass Cultural Council Montague and Conway branches and Fostering Art and Culture and Turners Falls RiverCulture.
Ezekiel Baskin and Samuel Achilles Edwards- Queer Intimacies (working title); A short play exploring the complex beginnings of queer relationships through audience interaction.
Vital. Vibrant. Visible: Local Indigenous Identity Through Portraiture, photography by Sara K. Lyons curated by Rhonda Anderson.
Julia Whalen, An immersive installation piece exploring childhood memory.
Katherine Adler, “Artifacts of the Ephemeral" and will have two components. First, physical objects with corresponding meditative writings. Second, a durational live performance.
Formerly incarcerated women of Voices from Inside, spoken word performance
Alex DeMelo, United Arc Theater Troupe, theater of the other abled
Lori Holmes Clark, Cloudy, With a Chance of Fringe is a buoyant contemplation of Neurodiversity through Song and Dance by Broadway veteran and Local theatre maker, Lori Holmes Clark.
Joe Dulude, In this installation piece, Joe is allowing the viewer to immerse themselves in the living room from his youth in the 1970s; exploring how his past has shaped the way he thinks about himself, who he is and where he came from.
Cynthia Snow with Kathy Steinem, A dance piece focusing on aging, dementia, and caregiving with poetry by Snow and Susie Patlove and the à Capella group Acapelagos.
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