Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Community Nap Event: Julia Claire Wallace, Sunday, May 23, 2pm at Art League Houston

Community Nap Event: Julia Claire Wallace, collaboration with (NAP) Napping Affects Performance

Sunday, May 23 at 2pm (at Art League Houston)

Julia Claire Wallace is a Houston artist that works in a variety of media, such as performance, video, social practice, spoken word and writing. She received her BFA in painting from the University of Houston in 2009. She has served as a facilitator to Performance Art Lab, one of Houston’s most mischievous art collectives, and was a founding member of their project sexyATTACK. She is the creator and curator of Houston’s notorious semi monthly event, Performance Art Night. Her art often explores spirituality, sexuality, desire and the awkward spaces between human beings.

Julia is creating a performance artwork especially in conjunction with the (NAP) project...She doesn't want to say much more than that!

Although some cots and a rug are provided, for community naps the bringing of additional blankets or mats is recommended.

Additional upcoming performances:
Saturday, June 5---Beth Secor, story time, 1:30pm
Saturday, June 19---Ruby "Lips" Woodward, whistling lullabies, 1:30pm

About (NAP): (NAP) is a performance and participation project designed and organized by Emily Sloan providing community naps in collaboration with various performance projects, performances involving the delivery of naps to various sites/contexts around Houston, and an ongoing free nap site at Art League Houston. The free nap site can be utilized anytime during Art League Houston hours, Mondays through Fridays 9am-5pm and Saturdays from 11am-5pm. Stop in anytime, or reserve a spot by calling: 713-582-1198.

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