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BLOOM: a twilight performance in Vizcaya Village
Sat, June 17, 2017, 8:30 PM – 10:00 PM EDT
In celebration of Vizcaya’s centennial, visit the Village at dusk for Bloom: A Caretaker’s Diary, an immersive performance by Processional Arts Workshop (PAW). Created in local community workshops, a host of illuminated puppets and mobile projections bring retell the history of the Vizcaya Village. Explore the transformation of Vizcaya Village as night descends, bringing these creations to life while conjuring visions of what its future can be for our community
Please Note: Flash photography is strictly prohibited during the performance as it interferes with the effect of the illuminated performance. Please enjoy the performance without the use of cell phones to preserve the experience for all guests. Photos and video will be available on Vizcaya’s social media after the event with #BloomVizcaya.
Really, it looks better with your eyes than it ever could on a screen.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on May 2. Vizcaya Members can purchase tickets now.
Click here for a video of PAW’s 2016 performance in Vizcaya's formal gardens.
About Processional Arts Workshop:
Processional Arts Workshop (PAW) creates site-specific works and Carnivalesque performances worldwide, always involving local volunteers in the creation of pageant puppetry, mobile architecture, and illuminated structures. They have created community-based performances for NY’s High Line, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Columbia University’s Miller Theatre, Socrates Sculpture Park, Katonah Museum of Art, and as master puppeteers for New York’s Village Halloween Parade. Globally they have collaborated with communities in Kiev, Istanbul, rural Italy, and Trinidad. Their work has been recognized with a Fulbright Scholarship; grants from the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation and CEC Artslink; a Witt Fellowship at the University of Michigan, and a Kamov residency in Croatia. Learn more at www.processionalarts.org.
Photo from Processional Arts Workshop’s 2016's Whirl at Vizcaya, by David Almeida Photography