Presented by The Center's 2019 Creative in Residence, Jeff Stein
Rising Appalachia will be the stunning and intimate musical portion of the opening night celebration for The Center's 2019 Creative In Residence program, "All That's Left Behind" summer installation.
$40 for orchestra and 1st 3 rows of balcony
$35 for mid 3 rows
$30 for last 3 rows of balcony
Rising Appalachia have merged multiple global music influences with their own southern roots and built its legion of listeners independently -- a self-made success story that has led to major festival appearances and sold-out shows at venues across the country. Their music has emerged out of the idea of taking the traditions of Southern music and rising out of them, creating different bridges between cultures and stories to make them feel alive and reflective of the times right now.
ALL THAT’S LEFT BEHIND
The Center's 2019 Creative in Residence, Jeff Stein
A collection of world class artists coming together to create large-scale immersive art installations on The Center Campus. The Opening Celebration takes place on Saturday, June 8th with multiple art openings followed by a performance by Rising Appalachia.
The Center's Creatives in Residence program provides support and space for visiting artists on The Center campus. The Center's 2018 Creative in Residence collaboration was with Jackson Hole Public Art who conceived of and produced the Pavilion Project designed by Carney Logan Burke Architects and built by multiple local builders. The 2017 Creatives in Residency, ‘Observatories’ curated by Matthew Day Jackson, Camille Obering, and Andy Kincaid.
The goal of the Creative in Residence program is to help create a vibrant campus and provide multidisciplinary experiences that engage community members and visitors.
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