Thank you for an incredible 2023 Fringe Festival! Stay tuned for information about 2024.
Performance drives creativity, drives community, drives performance, drives community, drives creativity. Early in his career, performer and visual artist Tyler Palma discovered just how interconnected the artistic community that springs up around theatrical events can be. Meditating upon the universal synchronicity of artistic expression inspired Tyler to further explore what it means to form an artistic community.
How does the community form, especially when myriad artists have a vast array of specialties and skills? What holds the community together? How does the digital world impact artistic communities? How do artists negotiate the spaces between inspiration and imitation, between encouragement and competitiveness? When does an artist need to leave a safe community in order to grow and form a new community?
This gallery show is both a testament to and love letter for those experiences and people who have inspired Tyler, as well as an exploration of what it means to add one’s own vision into larger collaborations. A multimedia tour of creative expressions, this show reflects on the importance of interconnectedness in the artistic community.
Join us on Thursday, September 14th for a cocktail reception and the grand opening of the exhibit when you can meet the artist! Tyler's work will remain on display and open to the public at the Fallser Club on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 6:30-7:30pm!
Dates: September 14, 2023
3721 Midvale Ave
General Admission: FREE
Founded in 2015, Forgotten Lore Theatre is a Philadelphia-area performance company with a particular emphasis on immersive storytelling that produces devised works and original plays by area playwrights. We believe art is created in the numinous space between artist and audience. Through innovative and experimental performances, we foster unique theatrical experiences for each audience member in an effort to keep the communal art of storytelling alive. Previous Fringe Festival entries:
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This event does not require proof of vaccination to attend or masks to be worn