Program Details Hidden Rock #1 200 Days In The Trees' Macbeth Pieces of Grief Hen Institute VITAL Health The Outer-Space Oracles #TheBounceBackRDU Four Heads For Bragg Street Tiny Art Scavenger Hunt 3000
SEEK Raleigh is an annual series of site-specific art installations and performance art events that engage the community through public art. SEEK 2020 features local artists creating temporary installations and performance pieces in the City of Raleigh Parks, greenways, and/or community. SEEK 2020 projects connect visitors to the site, park landscape, community, and/or history of the neighborhood. All works are free to the public.
Temporary installations and performance pieces will take place in the City of Raleigh Parks, greenways, and/or community spaces in the Spring, Summer, and Fall of 2020. Projects are listed below.
Hidden Rock #1 is a site-specific sculpture installation located at the Visitor’s Center in Annie Louise Wilkerson, MD Nature Preserve Park.
In this digital time capsule of her thoughts, work, family, and life from 200 days in quarantine, Johannah counts her days, her blessings, and her son's Happy Meal toys.
The Trees' Macbeth is a computer-assisted adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth play. It is performed by a circle of trees near Sertoma Arts Center.
Pieces of Grief is a sonic meditation on grief and loss, it integrates field recordings, anonymous voicemails, archival interviews, and original music.
Hen Institute invites artists and community members to use hens as a curatorial framework to create artistic, community-based, and educational programs.
VITAL Health is an interdisciplinary interactive art project that helps address mental health in communities throughout North Carolina using performances, installations, and workshops.
Image by Alex Maness
Do you need celestial advice? During July, artist Julia Caston and her bilingual Spanish-English Oracles from outer-space will be available to give advice and listen to your secrets using Zoom.
#TheBounceBackRDU features eight African Americans sharing stories about a time they fell down but didn’t stay down - they bounced back. The pre-recorded stories were streamed live on YouTube and Facebook and include a post-show Q&A with the storytellers.
Four Heads For Bragg Street is a site-specific installation along the chain-link fence at Bragg Street Park facing Person Street.
The "Tiny Art Scavenger Challenge 3000" installation included six tiny artworks scattered throughout Fred Fletcher Park, each one with a clue to lead to the next tiny art piece.