The performance was led by Gerson Noe Lanza Ruiz and Roxanne “Roxy” King, both students of the theatre, dance and performance studies school.
Artists share experiences to prompt change as protestors vandalize art in the name of activism.
Punks in Washington, D.C., and College Park questioned everything around them.
After the preview, the artists held an intimate discussion with the audience about COVID-19 and social justice.
The play, put on by the University of Maryland’s theatre, dance and performance studies school, will run from Oct. 7 to Oct. 15.
The Washington, D.C., exhibition makes visitors revel in the impacts of popular culture.
The film stars Billy Eichner and Luke Macfarlane as two characters who fall in love despite being the opposite of each other.
Transverse Cooperative uses a mutual aid system to support local artists and political causes.
This show is the second of a series honoring the story and legacy of the Driskell Center and the late David C. Driskell himself.
Open until Oct. 8, the Stamp Gallery highlights the potential that art forms have to create new art of their own.