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Oct
4
to Oct 6

52nd Feast of the Hunter's Moon

The Feast of the Hunters’ Moon is a re-creation of the annual fall gathering of the French and Native Americans which took place Fort Ouiatenon, a fur-trading outpost in the mid – 1700s. It is held annually in early autumn on the banks of the Wabash River, four miles southwest of West Lafayette, Indiana.

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Nov
30
to Dec 8

Parallel 45 Theatre presents "The Alphabet Experience"

JOIN P45 FOR THE ALPHABET EXPERIENCE 26 LETTERS 26 PLAYS 52 MINUTES Bring your tiniest humans for an hour of laughter, spectacle and absurd delight. Watch as P45 puts on micro-plays for every letter in the alphabet -- performing all 26 in just under 52 minutes! Each 2-minute play is performed in random order chosen by the children in the audience. A “Hey Google!” timer keeps everyone honest. This collection of 26 comic, tragic, personal, and abstract plays gives you the chance to program your own afternoon of total fun and delight.

Nov 30, Dec 1, Dec 7, Dec 8
at 11am & 3pm

For tickets and more information, please visit http://www.parallel45.org/.

Directors: Noah Fried & Kristina Nichols

Costume Design: Mica M. Harrison

Projection Design: Brittany Merenda

Sound Design: Maria Ulrich

Lighting Design: Steve Shack

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Oct
5
to Oct 7

51st Feast of the Hunter's Moon

The Feast of the Hunters’ Moon is a re-creation of the annual fall gathering of the French and Native Americans which took place Fort Ouiatenon, a fur-trading outpost in the mid – 1700s. It is held annually in early autumn on the banks of the Wabash River, four miles southwest of West Lafayette, Indiana.

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Jun
30
to Dec 31

Awa Ai Art Project “Ai no Keshiki - Indigo Views”

“Keshiki” in Japanese commonly refers to a scenic view or landscape, but it also refers to the moments of wabi-sabi found in a tea bowl, a whisk, a tea scoop or any of the other tools used in the tea ceremony. These “keshiki” are often points of unintentional patina accumulated through the process of making or use over time. As moments of sensation created between materials, people, and time, these “views” are both an internal indication and external manifestation of who we are and how we sense the ways in which we change over time.

Through the Awa Indigo Art Project Ai no Keshiki - Indigo Views, 299 participants and I will spend 5 months each living with a small length of cloth dyed with the indigo from Tokushima. Over this time, sharing the same space, light, and air, the cloth will slowly fade to create a new keshiki or view of this historical dye based on each individual’s experience.

The resulting cloths, somewhere between a photogram and memory, will be collected in December for a large-scale installation at Tokushima’s Bunka-no-Mori, to create yet a new view of Tokushima’s historical indigo.

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Mar
24
to Apr 20

Sacred Spaces Exhibit

View my new piece Grove Meditations at Higher Art Gallery's Sacred Spaces Exhibit.  

This exhibit will invite the viewer to experience feelings of nostalgia, familiarity, but also a sense of mystery. Work in all mediums will be present.  Is this sacred space, or object a relic , or a relic from a time yet to come? Is it possible to feel a familiar nostalgia toward something which you have never seen ? Is it possible to feel a sacred reverence for something which is unfamiliar? 

 

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Jan
14
to Feb 25

Hygge: A Winter's Glow

  • Crooked Tree Arts Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Exhibition opening January 14.  https://www.crookedtree.org/event/hygge-reception/

Hygge is free and open to the public January 16 - February 25.

The Danish word hygge (pronounced "HUE-gah") is loosely translated as "the ritual of enjoying family, friends, warmth, and the simple pleasures of life." Although hygge is enjoyed all year, it is often associated with the glow of a warm and friendly home during the dark winter months. The exhibiting celebrates all the ways we in the northern latitudes embrace and find contentment during the season.

 

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Dec
14
to Dec 18

A Christmas Carol in Prose

Come see Parallel 45's final week of A Christmas Carol in Prose at the City Opera House!  100% of proceeds will go to support local non-profits.

Performances:

  • December 14 @ 7pm
  • December 15 @ 7pm
  • December 17 @ 2pm & 7pm
  • December 18 @ 2pm & 6pm
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