The flawless, multilingual virtual adaptation of Aya Ogawa’s play Ludic Proxy follows a woman named Maho, who visits her older sister living on the outskirts of the Fukushima nuclear evacuation zone in 2015.
This panel presents perspectives that elucidate and redefine environmental justice and how culture, performance and storytelling impact awareness and social transformation around these issues. Art of Performance season artists and collaborators share provocative and visionary thoughts.
A Choreographer finds grace in garbage. In this community based dance project documentary, she rallies reluctant trash workers in an extraordinary, funny, and moving performance. On an abandoned airport runway, two dozen sanitation workers and their trucks transform an audience of thousands.
On the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro is Jardim Gramacho, the world's largest landfill, where men and women sift through garbage for a living. Artist Vik Muniz produces portraits of the workers and learns about their lives.
This workshop will examine the nuances of colonization and how they intersect with how we live and work in the cultural arts space. The workshop will entail both active and passive activities, videos, and discussions, creating radical access points for everyone of all levels to leave empowered.
Join us on the third Thursday of each month, 10:30am -12:30pm for a special day designed just for homeschool families. Please note that this is a self-guiding program. Wristbands, a map, and a program packet with activities and information will be provided at check-in and families are invited to explore the museum.
The first collaboration between Roberto Rossellini and Ingrid Bergman is a devastating portrait of a woman’s existential crisis, set against the beautiful and forbidding backdrop of a volcanic island.
Academy Award winners Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman light up the screen in one of the most enduring romances in movie history: Casablanca.
This illustrated lecture by Marissa Hershon, Curator of Ca’ d’Zan and Decorative Arts, will take a closer look at how Ca’ d’Zan came to be built in Sarasota and became nationally recognized soon after it was completed in 1926. This program will be offered both in-person in the Chao Lecture Hall and virtually via Zoom.
Based on true events, The Infiltrators is both a suspenseful account of a high-stakes mission and an emotionally charged portrait of visionary youth fighting for their community.