Performance & Interactive Media Arts
An Interactive Exploratory Performance
May 16th - 4PM & 7PM
at West-Park Presbyterian Church
165 W 86th Street @ Amsterdam Ave. - 1 train or C train to 86th
**Please note that the audience will walk, stand, and climb stairs to see the show. If you will need assistance or accomodation, please email us at email@example.com. Thank you!
***Because of some serious themes and situations, the performance may not be suitable for children under 12 years old.
QUEST(ion) WITH US!_____________________________
What are your questions about life?
What are your questions about your purpose?
What are your questions about our world?
Join a diverse enemble of teenagers and adults in their collaborative quest to understand._____________________________
Teenagers from throughout NYC and artists/educators Jeremy Goren and Kim Guzowski have spent seven months together, investigating their questions about life, gaining new skills, and creating an original, interdisciplinary performance.
Through ensemble work, artistic creation, and workshops with artists and artisans in several disciplines, the teenagers have explored their questions, developed skills they may not have had access to previously, and collaborated with peers from a cross-section of the city.
On May 16th, we invite you on our quest, so that you can find your own...
Come play with us!
The ensemble: Cheikh Kebe . Arlenis Jonaydis . Basam Almaraisi . Isaura Peña . Jake Lowenherz . Nikita Jones . Gabe Garman . Eliana Felix . Fatou Boye . Michael Herrera . Kelvin Ferreiras Taveras ___ with Maria Damato . Kim Guzowski . Jeremy Goren
PROJECTQUEST:PIMA was created by Kim Guzowski and Jeremy Goren under the auspices of Technical Artisans Collective, in conjunction with the Brooklyn College Collaborative Media Group, CUNY Brooklyn College: Performance and Interactive Media Arts, and with support from West-Park Presbyterian Church, Terra Incognita Theater, and Materials for the Arts.
Please write to the PROJECTQUEST team with any questions: