Who is Monumental?
The Moss Arts Center announces a community and campus project that will celebrate impactful community members and challenge traditional expectations of public monuments and the selective history represented in our public spaces.
Article Item"Monuments" Community Listening Session , article
TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 6 PM: "Monuments" is a site-specific outdoor projection installation celebrating unsung members of the community, coming to campus in spring 2022. To learn more about the project and to share your recommendations for community members to feature, attend this informal listening session.
Article Item"In the Moment: Artists and Their Work" | Joelle Shenk , article
FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 12 PM: Join us for a virtual conversation with Joelle Shenk, who has a passion for the performing arts and who has spent the last 19 years directing, writing, producing, and performing across the United States and overseas.
Article ItemBandaloop , article
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17-SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18: The side of the Moss Arts Center building becomes a dance floor for BANDALOOP, performers who use dynamic physicality and intricate choreography to change perspectives, inspire wonder, and challenge what is possible.
Article Item"Welcome to Indian Country" , article
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22-THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23: Claiming rich heritage, representation, and contexts both ancient and urban, indigenous artists reveal the power of music and stories in the East Coast premiere of "Welcome to Indian Country," commissioned in part by the Moss Arts Center.
Article ItemMiwa Matreyek , article
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28-WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29: Miwa Matreyek interacts with her animations as shadow silhouettes, at the cross-section of the cinematic and theatrical, fantastical and tangible.
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