( Thu., Mar. 23, 2023 - Sat., Mar. 25, 2023 )
Tyger Tyger Gallery, 191 Lyman St #144, Asheville, NC 28801
by Elsea Mayes-Brown/ Ember Maze
This piece is an amalgamation of Elsea's interdisciplinary forms of artistry. There's a saying that translates roughly to, "The music is married to the dance", as in dance and music exist as co-creative forces. This piece was created as an embodiment of the relationship between music and dance through a lens of technological expression. It is simultaneously a musical arrangement and a dance composition.
Flawed and Whole
by Kristen Aldrich
What does it mean to be white and anti-racist? Through storytelling, movement, unanswerable questions, and french fries, Flawed and Whole is one white woman grappling with self acceptance and racial identity, while trying to be the best ally and accomplice possible.
Now in its eighteenth year, Asheville Fringe continues to ask artists to explore the edges of their work, to collaborate across genres and to bring new and innovative performances to culturally adventurous audiences. We strongly suggest that you see more than one Fringe show because of the incredible variety of artists and types of work. One show is just not enough to really have the total Fringe Festival experience!