Starting on February 6th, writers will get 66 days to base their writing on 1 of 3 faces & 1 of 3 places, and Amelia will dutifully and judiciously assign said faces and places.
After the first 66 days, Amelia will then take said writings and will pair them with artists who then have 66 days to translate the words into physical form, either with creations or performance.
After the second 66 days, June 22nd through the 24th, we will band together at Beulahland to bear witness to these collaborations, along with the regular revelry that typically transpires.
Of course, all shall be documented and will most likely end up in some sort of publication, to be determined.
You can be both a writer and a collaborator! If you are interested, please click the link at the top of the page to send Amelia an email.
Inspired by The Hours Festivals
At the original 60 Hours of Art, a now infamous persona was born into the body of Sarah Foster. Since that fateful day, Helga has reemerged periodically, reminding us to eat our broccoli and keep it weird.
"At the 2017 Never Before Never Again Festival at Triskelion Arts, MoveWorks presented the latest installation of Sarah Foster’s “Helga” dances. Helga, a character best known for her hair rollers, sharp wit, and dull mind, was played by a cast of six dancers improvising in the latest of her epic adventures, “Helgas Rising.”