BLACK HOLE – Trilogy And Triathlon
McGuire Theater, Walker Art Center
Co-presented by Northrop
March 21-23, 2024
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About the collective
TRIBE – Multidisciplinary Visual Performances is a non-profit 501(c)(3), Brooklyn-based, Afrofuturistic arts collective led by artistic director and choreographer Shamel Pitts (2020 Guggenheim Fellow). TRIBE was created with the dream to soon become a synonym of artistic experience that connects gifted individuals in our present era to re-imagine and cultivate an alternative new future.
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