The Social Animal: World Premiere Performance Exhibition.
*Dates re-scheduled due to weather. Spring 2014*
glo debuts in Lousiana, at the new James Moncus Theater,
and the Acadiana Center for Arts.
A week-long Interactive Residency with the region of Lafayette, Louisiana, of physical installation for gallery spaces, public Mapping, shops, town meetings, art activation, and the premiere of Lauri Stallings’ The Social Animal, a 1-act performance exhibition, examining man’s existence being defined by collectivity.
Learn more about glo’s The Social Animal.
Choir B: a physical installation on finding the light
The Zuckerman Museum of Art | Kennesaw Georgia
March 1 at 6:45 pm
with Atlanta’s DJ Vicki Powell
The Traveling Show: Town 8 of the revolutionary public art tour of Georgia
Howard Finster’s Paradise Garden/Summerville: March 31-April 5.
Atlanta’s contemporary performance platform glo imagines Georgia as a visionary kind of place, and seeks to provide residents with access to arts and culture as part of their everyday lives.
There is a shared mission between glo and its pool of collaborators – including mural art organization Living Walls- of art inspiring powerful personal experiences as well as fostering social progress. Communities are turning to public art to craft their identities as unique places and to project these identities to the broader world. glo will participate in a public art tour at a regional level, leaving an imprint both momentarily and permanently in areas where these types of experiences may not usually happen. All programming is free and public.
The Traveling Show 2014 is made possible with support from The Rauschenberg Foundation, Georgia Council for the Arts, National Endowment of Arts, Possible Futures, Mayors Office, City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs, and Dewberry Capital.
Tanz Farm: a Contemporary Anthology
Season II: series III: February 19- March 29, 2014
Fabien Prioville (Dusseldorf)
Full Schedule Here
Tanz Farm’s mission is anchored in the agency of risk-taking to expand boundaries and render experimentation with forms of contemporary performance.
curated by Lauri Stallings, fouding artist of glo, and Anthony Harper of The Goat Farm Arts Center