Get a preview of NAC Presents 5th Anniversary season with a playlist, teaser video, and some serious must-see names including Hey Rosetta!, Yukon Blonde, & Royal Wood.
Each year, Rolf Klausener, Creative Director of Arboretum Festival, tweaks the logo just a tad. What began as three trees created by celebrated designer & artist, Ross Proulx, has since set to orbit the deeper metaphorical & symbolic realm of culture, history, and geography. It may seem far-fetched, but once the newly evolved logo’s story is expressed, you’ll be convinced of this logo’s ambition.
This exhibition, Christine’s Escape, is displayed as an imaginary look into her studio, and celebrates her artistic achievements despite a life beset by the very real challenge of mental health problems.
(Before and) After The Fall: 9th Hour Does Arthur Miller’s The Creation of the World and Other Business
“Most plays don’t get a second chance; I’ve said that frequently. If they fail the first time, they dispirit and discourage all imitators…And it takes generations before somebody fresh with no preconceptions looks at the script and thinks that he understands what the author was about. And sometimes that’s true.” — Arthur Miller in conversation with James […]
Kid Koala’s live rendition of his graphic novel, and its accompanying soundtrack, is a terse marvel. The standing ovation that was the deserved denouement, and Chamberfest’s (which has conclusively shed its undeserved reputation as your grandparents’ jam) after-party Growler Salon with Kid Koala signing books and vinyl to the artful strains of De La Soul and Beastie Boys affirmed that Nufonia, a play on ‘No Fun’, fell indeed.