Rivers, streets, sidewalks, and bridges…Performance artist Jennifer Myers takes six performances created for public spaces and translates them into an all-new work for the New Hazlett stage named Translations. Myers weaves a narrative that speaks to contemporary city life and the problems and beauties that we all face together.
Translations will be performed at 8:00 pm on Friday, December 12 at the New Hazlett Theater as part of the Community Supported Art (CSA) season.
Jennifer Myers is a visual artist living and working in Pittsburgh. Her practice follows two trajectories: as a studio-based artist in sculpture, photography, printmaking, and drawing; and as director of public performances. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums across the country.
About Community Supported Art
The New Hazlett Theater Community Supported Art Performance Series is based on the farm share model of community supported agriculture. For only $100, each New Hazlett CSA “shareholder” receives six fresh productions, delivered every other month to the New Hazlett Theater.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit the Translation event page.