Alex D'Agostino & Noelle Tolbert

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Alex D'Agostino & Noelle Tolbert

  • Sunday
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    9:00am
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    Basketball Court
MOONCRASHERS
 Created by artists Noelle Tolbert and Alexander D'Agostino MOONCRASHERS is a celestial dance you wont want to miss.We will be performing it Saturday night and Sunday Morning on the basketball courts. Look out for us all weekend, as we will be dancing in various locations throughout the campgrounds. We might even invite you to move with us!
 
Alexander D’Agostino and Noelle Tolbert  are an interdisciplinary artists, teachers, and arts organizers based in Baltimore, Maryland.  Noelle has taught in different schools in Baltimore City and Baltimore County to influence children of all ages in develop their voice and technique, while Alex teaches yoga throughout Baltimore City. Together they are resident artists at the EMP Collective, an interdisciplinary arts-colletive,where they teach dance and movement research, develop new performances and curate works in progress nights to engage dance makers with critical dialogue about their work and practice.
 
Grace Smith- "... It has to hurt before it heals..." -H. Oyeyemi, What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours
 
Sarah Smith is a Baltimore dwelling dance maker and educator. She recently earned an MFA in Dance from The George Washington University, and now she's trying to decide what's next. 
 
Katelyn Beury is a visual artist working in painting, photography, videography, 3D design, and animation. She finds inspiration in explorations of the self and microcosms in nature. Her favorite textures are mosses and the fur behind a cat's ear where the neck meets the jaw. 
 
Matthew Williams is a writer and artist from Baltimore, MD.  Most of his work explores the visceral experiences of sex, memory, and solitude.  He publishes the zine "It Was Only Romantic in Retrospect".  His writing can be found in Potluck Magazine and Bookish Baltimore.  
 

 

Chanan Delivuk- chanan delivuk is a conversation artist. her artwork work focuses on family, conversation and food, and more recently place (baltimore city). using new media–photography, video, audio – delivuk creates a diverse range of installations that are heavily researched and curated. delivuk currently lives and works in baltimore, maryland. she has a master of fine arts in intermedia and digital arts from the university of maryland baltimore county. she also has a master of fine arts in new media from the george washington university.