Celebrating Counterpublic’s three-month run, The Luminary will close out the triennial exhibition with a series of events on Saturday, July 13th beginning at 1pm.
The closing reception for Counterpublic will feature the release of The Luminary’s youth-led publication for Counterpublic, Cherokee Free Press, a processional performance with acclaimed artist NIC Kay and after party at Fellowship, the free all day closing offers the last opportunity to view this expansive exhibition.
Schedule of Events:
1pm-3pm at Love Bank Park (corner of Nebraska and Cherokee): Cherokee Free Press publication release
Cherokee Free Press, The Luminary’s youth-lead publication program will celebrate the release of their newspaper created in concert with Counterpublic. There will be food, music, dance and interactive art for all ages.
6:30pm at The Luminary – NIC Kay, pushit! (an exercise of Getting Well Soon)
Meet at The Luminary for NIC Kay’s newly commissioned processional performance of pushit! (an exercise of Getting Well Soon) that weaves throughout the neighborhoods surrounding Cherokee Street.
Posing the question “Can resistance be choreographed?” drives pushit!, a site-responsive performance by the New York–based artist NIC Kay. NIC’s artistic practice is inspired by a wide range of movement disciplines—from butoh to praise dance to voguing—that come together in pushit! *be prepared to walk and follow along the performance
9pm-1:30am at Fellowship + Treffpunkt – Counterpublic afterparty with O.N.G.3
For more information, visit the Facebook event page.