The Luxury of Trust
Performance Art

The Luxury of Trust

In collaboration with Cirque du Soleil, Ze Frank drops a pebble in the pond that is the collective human search for community, connection, and belonging. And in that search, we must all begin with trust. “Trust is a confusing thing. It seems so simple; but when you try to pin it down it’s elusive.” narrates … Continue reading

First Kiss
Film

First Kiss

Tatia Pilieva asks 20 strangers to kiss for the first time. *** Born and raised in the Republic of Georgia, Tatia received an MFA from the American Film Institute. She began her career with experimental work in music videos and short films. Tatia’s first feature film, FOREVER, starring Deborah Ann Woll and Luke Grimes was … Continue reading

Shrinking Women
Performance Art / Poetry

Shrinking Women

“Women in my family have been shrinking for decades,” states Lily Myers. But this is not a declaration of defeat; it is one of defiance. Shrinking Women is provoking, revealing, and altogether beautiful in many ways. After all, all women were born to build. Happy International Woman’s Day!   Shrinking Women Across from me at the kitchen … Continue reading

Loving Vincent
Film / Visual Art

Loving Vincent

There’s some controversy surrounding the death of Vincent van Gogh. The painter, who had a history of mental illness and died of an infection related to a gunshot wound at 37 years old, presumably shot himself in the chest. Only a few years ago, two Pulitzer Prize-winning biographers put forth a more controversial theory: that … Continue reading