Category Archives: Artist-Investigator Project

Share Your Story for the Lear Family Stories Project

September 18, 2015  |  Rebecca Novick  Our family is where we learn about love – for better or for worse.  King Lear demands that his daughters compete for land by telling him how much they love him and he sets … Continue reading

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Announcing Call for Artist-Investigators

September 4, 2015  The Triangle Lab is seeking applications from artists for our 2015-2016 Artist-Investigator program. Artist-Investigators help us discover how the tools of artists can be put to use outside the rehearsal room. If you’re passionate about applying your skills in … Continue reading

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Artist-Investigator Elizabeth Gjelten on Delivering Innovation in Supportive Housing

As part of our ongoing series about the Triangle Lab Artist-Investigator program, we have asked our AI’s to write about their projects. Here, our Artist-Investigator Elizabeth Gjelten gives a look inside her work with the Delivering Innovation in Supportive Housing … Continue reading

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The Land Home Hero Tumblr is Up!

June 4, 2015 | The Triangle Lab  Here is a poem from one of the participants in our Artist-Investigator project with homeless vets at Berkeley Food and Housing. Read more on the project blog: http://landhomehero.tumblr.com/ STREET SWEEPERHere it is in the … Continue reading

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Lab Report: My Experience as an Artist-Investigator

By Ayodele Nzinga It’s hard to know where to start. I always like the beginning. I like big pictures and story/stories. So I think that’s where I will start. As an artist it’s hard to find funding for work. The … Continue reading

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