Congratulations to our Seward gems, the Playwrights’ Center and Studio 206 in the Ivy building, for being two of the 14 arts organizations awarded by the McKnight Foundation this third quarter! Each organization will be funded for two years.
“The Playwrights’ Center received $160,000 for its ongoing mission to foster new play development and career advancement for playwrights; Studio 206 received $100,000 for general operating support and for The Gymnasium project, a consortium of creative risk-takers aiming to incubate ideas and connections across disciplines and fields.”
Read the entire notice on the McKnight Foundation’s website here.
Dan Leisen at Fall into the Arts at Centennial Lakes Park, 7499 France Ave. S. on Sept. 6 & 7. Booth #211 on the south side of the Hughes Pavilion. Read More
Bedlam Theatre‘s Lowertown venue is hosting IGNITION, the inaugural 360* Fashion Show for Center for Moving Cultures on Sunday, September 7th at 7pm.
The event will be showcasing radical fashions exalting real bodies in 360* range of motion.
Center for Moving Cultures (CMC) is a new organization created by longtime Bedlam and BareBones associated artist, Lelis Brito. CMC is “dedicated to exploring and deepening the understanding of body, and through the body building social justice within and without the body.”
Included as a model in the event from Seward is ArtiCulture staffer, Deb Ervin.
More information on the website, and Facebook event.
Tickets can be purchased at the $20 suggested donation price online at: http://bit.ly/1vxH0tU