#PLEASED is a hyper-collaborative creative production by Denton-based creative collective Spiderweb Salon. Is it a performance piece? Yes. A musical? Yes. An intimate reflection of the current state of the world? Yes. Is it a dance recital? Yes. A poetry reading, perhaps? Yes. A prayer? Yes. A hug? Yes. Your new favorite song? Yes. A party? Yes. Art? Yes. Life? Yes. Quiet? Yes. Loud? Yes. All of this and more.
FIRST COURSE* CREATED BY: Alex Stock, Anjelica Fraga, Brad Holt, Chloe McDowell, Chris Taylor, Conor Wallace, courtney marie, Dahlia Knowles, Elia Tamplin, Frank Darko, Isabel Crespo, Isabel Deniz, Jacob Greenan, Joanna Lugo, Jo Hargis, Leah Jones, Kristina Smith, Leoncarlo Canlas, Machele Johnson, Morgan Lionheart, Nina Chantanapumma, Sam Escalante, Sarah Friday, Sarah Ruth
TABLE MANNERS will address community, the importance of chosen family, what it means to make room for everyone at the table. Through this collaboratively devised production we will explore social and cultural themes of food, family, and gathering, domestic roles and tradition, communication, flavor, nostalgia, work, play, balance, intimacy, and belonging. We'll save you a seat.
May 25: Doors at 7pm, show at 8pm (please plan to be in your seat by 8pm)
We welcome you to email email@example.com if you are interested in securing a seat in the "splash zone" for the full interactive experience... limited seating available.
Naming the Self is a multimedia art series created by Isabel Crespo and Loré Yessuff. The project aims to ponder and process the complexities of identity through the exploration of different artistic mediums. Their collaboration was born out of a shared appreciation for subtlety and self-reflection, and a need to connect intimately with themselves and those around them.
‘A Gathering’, the first part of this series, will be an immersive and thoughtful event, showcasing poems, essays, videos, music, and a collaborative zine, all created by Isabel and Loré
Both of Us is a duo that performs co-written compositions and improvisations. They're currently based in Denton, TX, and will be releasing their first album this Fall. They draw inspiration from modern jazz, contemporary classic music, and poetry. Weaving together their diverse influences, they've created a repertoire that is both intimate and inviting.
Come hear them perform at the Denton Community Market!
Many artists have pushed the boundaries of their art forms – while also pushing on social norms as well. Friday, May 10th, Art & Seek presents a State of the Arts public discussion about change makers and risk takers in the Denton arts community. Isabel will be one of the featured panelists at this event.
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