Reshape is a 2-day art extravaganza that emerges from a curiosity and dissatisfaction with how mental health is portrayed in American culture, especially for underrepresented voices.
6 artists from different backgrounds have crafted a living piece of art to engage the mental landscape: How do we experience our internal life? How do we reshape this over time, through cultural influences, trauma, and other factors? There will be performances by other incredible artists, lectures, and workshops throughout the installation as well as opportunities for the audience to create and collaborate themselves.
More Info: ReshapeArt.com
Want to get involved? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday and Saturday May 25 and 26
Tickets are Radical Hospitality/Pay-What-You-Will.
Eddie DeHais is an interdisciplinary trans artist who uses radical empathy and collaboration to investigate the best and worst of humanity.
The human known as Zane Exactly is a gender non-conforming genius. They are a consummate craftsman with a particular proclivity for puppetry
D.R. Amromin is a sonic storyteller, always striving to enhance the audience and artist experience through interesting and innovative sound design.
Nicholas Bernard. Black as 3am. Loves Art. Loves Minority Advancement. Hates Hiking. Theatre is Life.
Michael B. Maine is a Seattle-based, socially engaged creative who's work is rooted in issues that keep him up at night.
Nick Spencer is a hybrid movement/performance/3-D artist exploring our modern relationships with personal and cultural myths.
ReShape being produced with support from 4Culture.
Slate Theatre (View)
815 Seattle Blvd S
Seattle, WA 98134
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