Art in Odd Places – Art Festival

Posted on Nov 10, 2016 in Press Release, Public Art | No Comments

Art in Odd Places 2016/PLAY ! Orlando, and the Downtown Arts District present the second annual public art and performance festival on November 11-13, 2016.
Local, national and international artists present projects that explore PLAY through disciplinary diversity including visual and installation, performance, time-based media, virtual and gaming work, onlineIRL hybrids, and others.
Projects include, but are not limited to ideas of acting, activities, celebration, charades, competition, creativity, dance, drama, exercise, frivolousness, fun, game(s), imagination, instrumentation, leeway, leisure, maneuvers, music, participation, performance, portrayal, practice, randomness, rehearsal, silliness, spontaneity, sport, stage, and theater.

Festival hours:
Friday, November 11th, 12pm-9pm
Saturday, November 12th, 10am-8pm
Sunday, November 13th, 11am-4pm
Free Admission

Curators: Genevieve Bernard and Vincent Kral
AiOP Founder and Director: Ed Woodham
Executive Director, Downtown Arts District: Barbara Hartley

Julie Akerly & Matthew Mosher | Logan Anderson | Monique Blom | J. Bradley | Grace Brett Stephanie Cafcules Julia Caston | Donna Cleary | Emma Cotter | Derek Curry & Jennifer Gradecki | Laura Curry | Irina Danilova & Hiram Levy Anthony Deal | Danielle DeGuglimo | Juliet Dilenno & Masami Koshikawa | Brian Feldman Donald Gialanella | MoP Collective (Sean Hamilton, Rokaya Mikhailenko, Ayanna Nathifa, Nikki Peña & Shelly Torres)Dana Hargrove | Alexander Hernandez | Heather HubbardIenke Kastelein | Klimchak | Jeff Knowlton |LabBodies (Ada Pinkston & Hoesy Corona with Noelle Tolbert & Alexander D’Agostino) | Karyn Lao | Kalup Linzy | Forrest MacDonald | Stephanie Mercedes | Eden Mitsenmacher | Adriaan Mol Matthew Mosher | Elena Muñoz | Christopher Olszewski | Sean Perry | Preston Poe Jared Silva & Lesley Silva | SKIP of SKIP’s Big Ideas | Priscilla Smith | Holly Tavel | Chris Tobar & Yesenia Lima | Laura VonMutius



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