Performers are invited to create new work or share existing work that responds
to the ideas and ethos of the transformation of UMMA’s historic Apse. Themes to
consider include: ideas of home, community, how our environment (physical, social,
moral/religious) shapes us, and how we care for one another, hold each other up,
and welcome each other in to our spaces. Performances will be presented at UMMA's
ArtX event and interspersed with scenes from the SpringFest 2019 Fashion Show.
UMMA invites spoken word, music, dance, and video work. Performances should not
exceed 10 minutes. Questions and submissions to Briannon Cierpilowski,
Deadline to submit: March 25
Hostile Terrain is a Pop-UP Exhibition about America's Humanitarian Crisis at the Southern Border.
This participatory political art project is organized by the Undocumented Migration Project (UMP),
a non-profit research-art-education-media collective, directed by associate professor of anthropology
Jason De León. In shifts on March 27-28, 2019, several hundred student volunteers will construct a
border wall map on a blank wall space on the second floor of Mason Hall. The map will show the death
locations of 3000 migrants. Toe tags will be hand-filled out and plotted on a giant grid, representing
recovered bodies from the Arizona desert. Please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested
in being involved with the installation!
WonderFool Productions is looking for volunteers to bring FOOLlishness (and puppets)
to life for FestiFools and FoolMoon! It is 2-3 hours of FOOLishness for a day you will
never forget!' Sign up now to volunteer for either or both of the April events.