Forward Flux Productions with Parley and Nate Omdal Productions presents a one night only public exhibition on Wednesday, May 6th from 7-10pm at Fremont Abbey, marking the completion of an artists’ residency called collaborate:create. 21 artists have worked across disciplines to create new works in 21 days that investigate gentrification. Engage with art and artists to make your voice heard!
The exhibition has a pARTy atmosphere with a full evening of new works including dance, film, visual art, 10min plays, performative and multimedia installations, music, and more all exploring the changing face of Seattle's neighborhoods. There will be opportunities to meet the artists, and engage in conversation with your fellow neighbors at the show. In addition to new works, the exhibition highlights the artists’ creative processes as a platform to foster the artist-audience relationship. Works range from dance performances to multimedia installations, all exploring the timely theme of gentrification. This exhibition is the fifth cycle of collaborate:create, and the first in Seattle (other cycles have taken place in New York City).
The diverse group of Seattle based artists working on this cycle of collaborate:create include six playwrights from Parley playwright group and three musicians that make up the Nate Omdal Trio. The full list includes: Benjamin Benne, Sheri Brown, Grace Carmack, Caitlin Coey, Rachel Delmar, Kyle Doran, Ryan Fields, Amber Hughes, Barry Johnson, Elise Koncsek, Cade MaGee, Sue McNally, Angel O'Leary, Nate Omdal, Sydney M Pertl, Anthony Phillips, James Price, Ashley Rang, Cara Romanik, and Emma Watt.
Forward Flux Productions is an arts production company based in Seattle, with additional programming in New York City.
Our mission is to present innovative projects that connect people with art in unexpected ways. We challenge the boundaries of tradition by reimagining the audience experience. We are committed to presenting work about the right now, and striking a meaningful dialogue that stirs a lasting impression. Founded in NYC in late 2010 by Wesley Frugé, Karesia Batan, and Rafael Landeiro. The company relocated to Seattle in early 2015. We are thrilled to join and contribute to the artistic landscape of the Emerald City!
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