Interactive Arts Pavilion
THE INTERACTIVE ARTS PAVILION of ROOTS Fest 2011 HAS SPACE FOR YOU!
For five days in June, Roots Fest 2011 will bring Artists, Activists, Educators, Thinkers, and Organizers to Baltimore. On June 25-26, we will shine a light on West Baltimore's "Highway to Nowhere" project and reflect on the wisdom that comes from our time together - celebrating resiliency, studying history, and sharing creativity with many folks from around our city, region, country! ... and beyond.
We are still open to proposals for programming for the Interactive Arts Pavilion (IAP) (proposal attached below)! The IAP is a featured space along with a “health pavilion,” “a community bridge,” and various performance stages and tents that make up the outdoor free festival, June 25-26 in West Baltimore.
Please consider presenting a workshop, activity or leading a community conversation that involves festival goers and their families in an “interactive” way. It is a chance to spotlight the people, mission, issues and methods of your organization or individual craft while contributing to a key principle of community-based art that this festival is trying to capture – participation and dialogue.
You may have heard that Chuck Brown, Godfather of Go-Go, Grammy-award nominated Anthony David, and Talib Kweli are performing. And so too are dancers, theatre makers and other musicians on various stages from all over the country and Baltimore. Go to www.rootsfest2011.org for complete information and the various ways to get involved. Please widely forward this call (with attached application). See yourself interacting with community in the "pavilion."
We would like to have our programming completely slotted by June 1. Contact Brian Francoise at email@example.com with your interest and questions.
ROOTSFest 2011, Alternate Roots 35th Anniversary Festival
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