One-part living art exhibition, one-part theatre performance, open face beholding is an exploration of the relationship between atheist artists and Catholic iconography. Creator Delaney Tesch seeks out the liminal space between sacred and profane – a space which inspires both faith and creativity – and brings it to life in this immersive new performance piece.
Created by Delaney Tesch
Directed by Karin Saari
Stage Managed by Siena Shepard
Friday January 12: 5.30pm – 7.30pm, 9pm – 11pm
Saturday January 13: 12pm – 2pm, 4pm – 6pm, 8pm – 10pm
Tickets: $7 at door, cash only
The show times are similar to a gallery exhibition, you can show up at any time in the above two hour slots. And also similarly to a gallery, you only pay per day and can return whenever you like, as many times as you like on that particular day.