Let’s be brief. My term at Charlotte Street – after two years as a writer-in-residence – is at an end. And I am very much going to miss this place. … Continue reading
Time continues to pass so quickly I still get butterflies in my belly. Best not to dwell on it. Best to listen to Hank Williams while watching the sun … Continue reading
Perhaps you’re uninformed or perhaps you’re already hip to this series of blog posts, but here’s the idea: the four of us Charlotte Street folks who are here for writing or writing-adjacent projects got together one January Thursday to discuss… well, it wasn’t exactly clear in advance, but the thought was we’d talk about writing or writing-adjacent topics.
From the perspective of artist, Daiana Oneto: When curator, Andrew Lyles, grouped us together for a two-person show at Paragraph Gallery, Kadie Nugent and I immediately knew we wanted the … Continue reading
Sneak peek of some that were worked on today in the studio.
Sneak-peak of what I’ve been up to in the studio for the past few weeks… This work originally began as an experiment or investigation of the process of collecting. Since much … Continue reading
After months of preparation and planning, myself and fellow artist, Eli Gold, will carry out a 5 day performance and installation within Charlotte Street’s La Esquina Gallery. Together, over the course … Continue reading
Cat Mahari (performing artist-in-residence 2014/15) performs the second generation iteration of her performance and practice-as-research work Violent/Break: Vol II today at Women in the Arts Conference held at University of … Continue reading
El-Khoury to showcase recently premiered work at ground-breaking contemporary arts theater Kansas City, MO– Kansas City-based choreographer Chadi El-Khoury has been selected to participate in the inaugural PUSHfest Dance Festival … Continue reading
Come see Kacico Dance perform rep pieces from the past and new dance works in an informal showcase. As a selected resident of the Charlotte Street Urban Culture Project, Kacico Dance … Continue reading
Exploring relationships between time, space, objects and others, with the intent of increasing one’s own sensitivity to and awareness of human expression. Date: March 15, 2014, 8pm Admission: free Venue: Paragraph … Continue reading
Choreography: Chadi El-Khoury Music: In Any Considerable Proportion, Hunter Long Dancers: Lindsay Allen, Haley Day, Rachael Hulse, Chadi El-Khoury, and Daley Kappenman Venue: Paragraph Galley Sponsors: Charlotte Street Foundation, Black … Continue reading