Revolve Now: An Evening of Performance
Organized by REVOLVE program director and Appalachia Now! artist Colby Caldwell, Revolve Now is a three-hour evening of sound, performance, movement, and spoken-word vignettes. Performers—stationed inside and outside the Museum—will animate the space and fill the building with some of this region’s most avant-garde and genre-defying artists. In addition, Arone Dyer will premier a new composition made especially for the event via her Dronechoir project.
Arone Dyer & Dronechoir
A limited number of passes for free general admission to the Museum for the evening of the event are available from REVOLVE. For more information, and/or to learn more about the event and performing artists, click here.
Presented in conjunction with Appalachia Now!, in partnership with MAP/REVOLVE.
Music, dance, performance art, and other live performances bring artworks in our the Museum's Collection and special exhibitions to life. Performances include discussion of the intersections between art forms.