Learn to ‘truly live’ with artist Hudson Rush in ‘Resurrection’ at the Scranton Fringe Fest Oct. 3-4
From a press release:
Pittsburgh artist Hudson Rush joins the inaugural Scranton Fringe Festival on Saturday, Oct. 3 at 3:30 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 4 at 6:30 p.m. for “Resurrection,” an interactive art performance from Hudson Rush Worx.
Hudson Rush Worx combines mixed media pieces and productions revolving around the concepts of loss and loneliness within the realm of today’s societal construct.
“Resurrection,” an evolving exploration of rebirth through art, will be on display at the AfA Gallery (514 Lackawanna Ave., Scranton). To forgive and forget – the ubiquitous concept of pardoning others’ transgressions – converts to forgiving oneself. Participants are invited to ponder what represses their ability to truly live in the moment through this interactive play. The end result will be literal take-home mementos with the metaphorical reminder to let the past die in order to better live in the present.
Tickets are $10 or $7 with a Fringe button and are available at the door or online via TicketLeap. The show is part of the Scranton Fringe Festival, a festival of performing arts offering more than 40 productions taking place in 12 venues across Scranton over four days, Oct. 1-4. For more information, visit scrantonfringe.org.