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TASK

Saturday April 29th 3-6pm

Come join the Greensboro community as we engage in a collaborative tasking event!  

 TASK was originally created by artist Oliver Herring, who has developed it to be a self-generating improvisational event that takes place around the world.  

 TASK participants will be provided simple materials like cardboard, tape, aluminum foil, cloth, foam and other goods as they follow a simple set of rules: write a task for someone to complete and then randomly select a task to perform yourself. You can write and take as many tasks as you would like.  

Tasks can range and possibilities are endless..."Build a castle and defend it." "Elevate yourself four feet." "Sing someone a lullaby." This is a place for a group of people to play, innovate, collaborate, test and invent with one another and their surroundings!

 

 

 

Julia Caston and Kate Robinson
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Julia Caston and Kate Robinson

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New Naturalism by Jennifer Meanley
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Julia Caston and Kate Robinson

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TASK
Monday, May 01, 2017
Julia Caston and Kate Robinson

Come Join The Party! Saturday April 29th 3-6pm Come join the Greensboro community as we engage in a collaborative tasking event!   TASK was originally created by artist Oliver Herring, who has developed it to be a self-generating improvisational event that takes place around the world.   TASK participants will be provided simple materials like cardboard, tape, aluminum foil, cloth, foam and other goods as they follow a simple set of rules: write a task for someone to complete and then randomly select a task to perform yourself. You can write and take as many tasks as you would like.   Tasks can range and possibilities are ...

Spection
Friday, April 28, 2017
Julia Caston and Kate Robinson

 May 1st- 5thOpening Tuesday, May 2nd 6-8pm Art is a conversation between the artist, culture, and the viewer. But what if the conversation is always limited? What if we are missing the big picture? Inspired by each other's personal struggles and successes, nine artists explore their relationships to media, culture, and the viewer by highlighting the limits of the visual experience.  The collection of work has been completed by students from Forsyth Community College under the guidance of Alex Soler, a MFA Alumna from UNCG.    

P.E. Sock Hop
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Julia Caston and Kate Robinson

April 21, 2017, 7-9 pmThe Art Truck collaborated with Morehead Elementary school at their annual PE Sock Hop dance. Student Art Teacher, Scarlet Jovin-Fisher, showcased her K-5 students' artwork inside the truck during the event.