Please join us for a multi-disciplinary performance event as part of Chelsea Scudder’s 263 Hybrid exhibition, Imaging & Reimagining, on view for gallery hours Thursday, November 12 & Friday, November 13, 1-6pm.
Imaging & Reimagining features photographs by Chelsea Scudder, and calls for public engagement and gathering. Through social media and two community events, Chelsea invites visitors to connect over the same questions considered by her photographs: how — in this age of a quickly changing climate — must individuals and communities creatively reimagine relationship to place — both rural & urban, both local & global?
On Saturday, November 14th, from 7:30-10pm, come to Gallery 263 to enjoy classical and folk music blended with conversation, including a poetry reading, artist talk and open-mic storytelling, for a full evening curated by Chelsea. The event showcases artists whose work is inspired by connection to place and environment. Listen to sets by Floyds Row, Adrian Zemor, & The Omaha Folk, enjoy poetry by Kathleen Aguero, and engage in discussion with artist Leslie Bartlett. Share your own connection to place in an open-mic storytelling session.
If you would like to participate virtually, Chelsea invites you to submit photos of your feet upon a beloved place in and around the city. These photographs will be incorporated into the exhibit and projected in an Instagram feed. Please connect using the hashtag: #1000places1earth, turn on the geo-tag map, and write a little bit about the place in which you’re standing. View foot photographs and interviews from Chelsea’s bicycle ride at imagingandreimagining.com.