UNO Fest

In 2022, we sunset UNO Fest on its 25th anniversary and are launching a new festival in the same timeslot in 2023. More details on the Incoming Festival, featuring new performances and installations from local and touring artists.

For 25 years, UNO Fest featured an eclectic blend of local, national and international artists sharing personal and profound stories. UNO was curated by Artistic Director Janet Munsil from its inception through 2016, by Executive Director Heather Lindsay from 2017 through 2020, and by Artistic Director Sean Guist in 2021 and 2022. The 2020 festival was one of the first in the country to pivot to a digital presentation model.

UNO Fest History

The festival has presented over 400 solo shows over the last two and a half decades, browse the UNO History in the archive.

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