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Jessica Earley presents experimental performance at the Venue

April 19, 2013
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Jessica Earley presents experimental performance at the Venue

“Is it all just melodrama, or is it how I really felt/feel? Am I making fun of myself, or am I revealing myself? I guess the real answer is, you have to come and see,” says Earley.
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National juried art event Nude Nite returns to downtown Orlando

February 13, 2013
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National juried art event Nude Nite returns to downtown Orlando

And while yes, you can expect to see a barrage of tasseled ta-tas and stone-hard-etched pieces, the not-so-private parts on display at Nude Nite ­– styled after everything from Cirque-type harlequins to Vegas-style showgirls – and the artists who present them, do so for the sake of art.
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Local performance art group DRIP opens new permanent space

November 8, 2012
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Local performance art group DRIP opens new permanent space

Now backed by live rock musicians, the dance-based troupe is known for fast-paced, color-splashed physical performances that are somewhat akin to a sexier, coed, garage version of the Blue Man concept for adults.
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Fashion, body painting and more at the RAW: Radiate artists showcase

August 9, 2012
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Fashion, body painting and more at the RAW: Radiate artists showcase

They may call it a showcase but we’d classify it as a sort of polymorphous party-slash-market-slash-performance.
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Video: New Blue Man Group Show Previewed at Universal Orlando

February 17, 2012
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Video: New Blue Man Group Show Previewed at Universal Orlando

What  is bald, blue, and bizarre all over? Well, in Orlando right now (or at least until Tobias Funke and the Arrested Development crew return to Netflix) the answer is “the Blue Man Group.” The renowned group of performance art percussionists has been playing the Sharp Aquos Theater at Universal Orlando’s Citywalk for over...
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Selection Reminder: Brian Feldman’s #48hYardSale!

February 3, 2012
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Selection Reminder: Brian Feldman’s #48hYardSale!

Friday-Sunday, Feb. 3-5 – #48hYardSale How could a yard sale be considered a work of performance art? Add Brian Feldman and make it an endurance challenge, of course. Orlando’s favorite performance artist – you may know him as the guy who brought us such ventures as “Brian Feldman Marries Anybody” and “Brian Feldman Eats...
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Video: Brian Feldman’s “Skill Crane Kid” at Stardust Video and Coffee

February 8, 2011
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Video: Brian Feldman’s “Skill Crane Kid” at Stardust Video and Coffee

  ArtsFest 2011, the week-long annual celebration of admission-free entertainment sponsored by United Arts of Central Florida, is currently in full swing. This year’s lineup has encompassed an enormous range of art-related activities, from Terry Olson’s Public Art Walk (which you can read about in the next issue of OW) to next weekend’s Orlando...
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Brian Feldman Marries Anybody: Part III (The Annulment!)

January 19, 2011
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Brian Feldman and Hannah Miller at the Orange County Courthouse

Last February, this paper reported on “Brian Feldman Marries Anybody,” the latest in a long line of absurdist art experiments from Orlando’s most prolific (or at least most self-publicizing) performance artist. Most of Feldman’s projects – from leaping off ladders to dining onstage with his family – have been surreally stripped of any identifiable...
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Drippies want your non-turkey leftovers.

November 24, 2010
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Drippies want your non-turkey leftovers.

Looking for a place to dump all your old crap that you couldn’t peddle on eBay? DRIP, an Orlando-based performance art company who snagged not one, but two mentions in OW‘s Best of Orlando 2010, literally made a grocery list of random shit they need for their upcoming production, Riff. Yep, you heard me....
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