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IT BEGINS

Posted September 5th, 2014
IT BEGINS

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Interview with Ellen Schultz, WetLand Collaborator from Fairmount Water Works

Posted August 8th, 2014
Interview with Ellen Schultz, WetLand Collaborator from Fairmount Water Works

The WetLand project, a collaboration between FringeArts and the artist Mary Mattingly, is set to open on August 15th. In addition to providing a...

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Interview with Karla Stingerstein, WetLand Contributing Artist

Posted July 31st, 2014
Interview with Karla Stingerstein, WetLand Contributing Artist

            Artist, curator, and professor Karla Stingerstein is taking her fascination with objects and collaborative creativity to WetLand, the...

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Newly-Abled Bodies: Interview with Neighborhood Fringe artist Laurencio Ruiz

Posted July 29th, 2014
Newly-Abled Bodies: Interview with Neighborhood Fringe artist Laurencio Ruiz

“Puppetry allows me to socialize people—it seems to me that we are no longer able to touch, to talk, and to listen to each...

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Absurdity and Chaos: Interview with Neighborhood Fringe artist Emily Schuman

Posted July 28th, 2014
Absurdity and Chaos: Interview with Neighborhood Fringe artist Emily Schuman

“We are wired to seek solace and meaning even in the most absurd of worlds.” Fando y Lis, an absurdist play by Spanish playwright...

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I Smell Philly: Observations from 100% Philadelphia

Posted July 25th, 2014
I Smell Philly: Observations from 100% Philadelphia

This summer, I’ve been the Festival Guide management intern here at FringeArts. Since the guide went to print last week (hooray, come to our...

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Fighting Back: Interview with Neighborhood Fringe artist Colie McClellan

Posted July 24th, 2014
Fighting Back: Interview with Neighborhood Fringe artist Colie McClellan

“It’s infuriating to realize the enormity of intimate partner violence, the prevalence it has in our society—I couldn’t not do something about that.” Stories...

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A Couple Airwaves Removed from Reality: Interview with writer and director Tina Satter

Posted July 22nd, 2014
A Couple Airwaves Removed from Reality: Interview with writer and director Tina Satter

“It’s a slightly abstracted, theatricalized space, because it’s theater and I’m always interested in theater taking me beyond the edges of reality.” Coming to...

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WetLand crosses the Delaware

Posted July 22nd, 2014
WetLand crosses the Delaware

July 22, 2014, in the morning: The main structural component of WetLand by Mary Mattingly, a houseboat, turns towards its destination–the dock at the Independence Seaport Museum–as...

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Data of the Everyday: Interview with Brian House, WetLand resident artist

Posted July 15th, 2014
Data of the Everyday: Interview with Brian House, WetLand resident artist

“As painful as it sometimes is, I think waking up is the most beautiful part—those few moments where everything is a little unfamiliar.” Starting...

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