The Luminary presents a new micro-granting initiative, the Slush Fund, which pairs conceptual artist-designed cocktails with projects in need of funding.Read More
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Drawing Down the Moon is an experimental chamber opera and performance installation organized by the Black House Collective featuring composer Hunter Long, visual artist Carmen Moreno, singers Rebecca Woodmass and Sarah Hawkey, and violinist Maya Bennardo.
The installation incorporates video projection and live music, dealing with subjects like misconceptions of female mythology, magic, repetition, frailty and the acquisition of power through ritual.
The performance will take place on Sunday December 13th at 8:00pm.