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Continuing our series on Lamentations, dancer and choreographer Julie Rothschild brings us this work in response to Philemon 1:8-11.
As we continue to explore the book of Philemon, satirist Shelly Williams brings us an unexpected response to Philemon 1:4-7.
For the next six weeks we are inviting artists to reflect on Philemon, a rather short letter from the Apostle Paul in the New Testament. This first week we are pleased to offer a poem by artist David Brendan Hopes.
Introducing our final Artist in Residence for 2015: Don Nguyen.
Introducing our fifth Artist in Residence: Spark & Echo, the husband/wife duo of our two founding Executive Directors.
Introducing our fourth Artist in Residence for 2015: Jason DaSilva.
Introducing our third Artist in Residence for 2015: Melissa Beck.
Introducing our second Artist in Residence for 2015: Christine Suarez.
Introducing our first Artist in Residence for 2015: Benje Daneman.