Live Art, Poetry Readings, Performance Art, Live Music and more!
KeroWACKED Multimedia Fest 2017
This Sunday in Boynton Beach...
The Boynton Beach Art District is the Place to be!
“Sound OUT Loud! Celebrate your 1st Amendment Rights!”
is a 10 hour open mic that begins at noon with featured speakers/presenters
sharing from the heart about what is most to them in 15 minute increments.
Only 40 people will get to "Sound Out Loud" for 15 minutes each!
inspires dance performance Sunday in Boynton Beach by Joe Capozzi
“State of Emergency” — which will be performed around 6 p.m. Sunday during the KeroWacked Festival in the Boynton Beach Art District — is set to a poem entitled, “And I Listened” by Shannon Willis.Scattered among the verses is a reading of names of lives lost to addiction and overdose.Local actor and recovery advocate Gary Kimble will be performing the verse, while James Fata, local recovery advocate and chapter lead for Young People In Recovery lists the names of those we have lost.
Sandra Schulman: Arts Writer at West Palm Beach Magazine, Filmmaker
Bruce Helander: Curator, artist and The National Endowment For the Arts Fellow
Alessandra Mondolfi, Artist March organizer
Gaynell Gosselin: “State of Emergency” is a performance piece curated by Gaynelle Gosselin set to a poem entitled, “And I Listened” by Shannon Willis. Scattered among the verses is a reading of names of lives lost to addiction and overdose. Local actor and recovery advocate Gary Kimble will be performing the verse, while James Fata, local recovery advocate and chapter lead for Young People In Recovery lists the names of those we have lost. Gaynelle Gosselin, co-Founder of See Change Dance will dance in remembrance. Community members are invited to participate, holding banners inscribed with a name and a memory of someone they’ve lost to substance use disorder and/or accidental overdose. The intent is to humanize an epidemic that is currently claiming more than twelve Floridians and more than 144 Americans each and every day. These are people, not statistics. Their lives matter. The performance is a call to compassionate action toward stopping this modern day plague.