An evening of short works on the theme of migration, crossings, and finding home, featuring Crossing Pride Collective's stories from LGBTQ migrants and refugees.
This new dance work explores the 1960s, investigating the ideology of the hippie generation and the increasing generation gap that signaled a divisive decade where feminism, civil rights, and social norms were challenged and explores the turmoil, confusion, distrust + disappointment that occurred.
Told in a series of monologues and songs, YOU BETTER CALL YOUR MOTHER looks back at actor turned chef Mitchell Anderson's 60+ years and how he went from closeted actor to accidental activist - finding happiness, true love, and respect along the way.
A genderful musical memoir. In his sixteenth solo performance piece, Kearns embraces the mutability of gender that becomes him.
Art At The Airport is a monthly series of open studios that provides a rare glimpse into over 20 professional artist studios as well as the opportunity to buy art directly from the artists. Advance registration is greatly appreciated!
Jenny Yurshansky: Rinsing the Bones Curated by Karen Moss On view July 8 - November 30, 2023 18th Street Arts Center is pleased to present Rinsing the Bones, a solo exhibition by Jenny Yurshansky, curated by Karen Moss, which explores…
Happening once monthly at 18th Street Arts Center's Propeller Gallery, artist Jenny Yurshansky will host two simultaneous workshops related to her solo exhibition Rinsing the Bones. Participants will work with the artist to explore how our migration stories offer us paths for understanding our own histories, places of origin, and how that impacts our sense of belonging and identity.