Carbondale Community Arts is thrilled to host ‘To Disconnect’, the second in the Community Without Bounds Performative Art Series at Artspace 304 with artists Jamie Sheffer and Elena Cruz
‘To Disconnect’ is a night of performance and installation art focused on highlighting the work of emerging regional artists. Both artists will perform an original piece engaging with political and personal content. The exhibit will begin at 5pm on Friday, October 19th. A content warning is advised for this show; the evening’s performances will engage with themes of sexual assault.
The lead legal and medical advocate, Emery Johnson-Mile, from the Women’s Center, will speak about resources available to those who have experienced sexual trauma prior to the start of the show and will be available for the duration of the event.
A sculptural and audio based installation will be open to explore from 5:15-6:15 pm with a brief ten-minute intermission before the final performance at 6:25 pm.
This series is free and open to the public, come to engage with non-traditional mediums and an experiential art form!