A concert featuring musicians from around the world in playful and expressive musical events.
Complete PlayFest schedule:
Playfest, March 13 and 14
What is PlayFest?
Playfest is a two-day festival/event that focuses on ideas and ideals of play. Featuring artists, filmmakers, and musicians from around the world, the event includes artist talks, workshops, community art practice, film screenings, and two concerts. All events are free and open to the public.
Schedule of Events:
Friday, March 13
3 pm, Oberlin Conservatory, Bibbins, TIMARA Studios: Brian House, Artist talk
4 pm, Oberlin Conservatory, Bibbins, TIMARA Studios: Jordan Bartee, Artist talk and Workshop
8 pm, Warner Concert Hall, Oberlin Conservatory: Concert featuring musicians from around the world in playful and expressive musical events.
Saturday, March 14
10:30 am What Can You Do? Oberlin Public Library: Brenda Hutchinson
What Can You Do? is a celebration and reclamation of public space through direct interaction among strangers. This invitational performance by Brenda Hutchinson will take place as part of the PlayFest.
Oddly enough, What Can You Do? is not only about what you can do. It is also the question to ask other people. Your role is to either learn to do what someone shares with you or to witness and document it. It is not about talent. Everyone has some special thing they know how to do. Now is the time to show and tell.
12:45 pm, TIMARA Studios, Conservatory of Music, Bibbins 038
Come and be prepared to share something you know, some odd trick, joke, piece of advice, anything in the library (10:30 am), at TIMARA (12:45 pm) or sometime in between.
3 pm, Science Center, Nancy Dye Lecture Hall
Video Screenings featuring artists from around the world
6:30 pm, Fairchild Chapel, Oberlin College
Concert featuring musicians from around the world, in playful and expressive musical events.