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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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The Love Balm Project: Form Follows Function

By Arielle Brown In January of this year, after working as an artist-investigator with the Triangle Lab to explore site specific performances of testimonies from The Love Balm Project, I began a second residency with The Triangle Lab to consider … Continue reading

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Announcing The Triangle Lab’s 2014 Artist-Investigators

In the Triangle Lab, Cal Shakes’ research and development wing, we experiment with ways to bring together theaters, artists, and communities to ignite change. We believe that through deep collaboration, artists and community members can lift up each other’s work—starting … Continue reading

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Beginning Again: The Love Balm Institute

By Triangle Lab Artist-Investigator in Residence Arielle Julia Brown The Love Balm Project is a theater of testimony workshop series and performance based on the testimonies of mothers who have lost children to violence. The Love Balm Project currently collaborates … Continue reading

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Our Hallowed Ground – The Love Balm Project on Oscar Grant

Come see Artist-Investigator Arielle Brown’s work at Fruitvale Station this weekend. This is the fourth installment of her Love Balm Project, and includes testimony from Oscar Grant’s family. Our Hallowed Ground is a series of site-specific performances based on the … Continue reading

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Rehearsing in a bar sometimes sucks.

Kegan Marling and his collaborators explore how to make a piece at a bar that looks at community (or lack thereof) among generations of gay men Especially when you want to try anything risky. Such as sissy gestures. Or almost … Continue reading

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