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The 2022 Fusebox Festival will host local, national, and international artists working across a variety of different mediums. This year, the festival is working with three guest curators: Kenyon Adams, Michael Anthony García, and Future Front.

Adams (who recently moved to Austin) will be premiering the first issue of his new art series, "FUTURE SOLITUDE," at the Long Center as part of the festival. This first issue, The Bearing of Witness and the Giving of Testimony, features dance works from Vinson Fraley and Kayla Farrish, two of New York’s  young performance-based artists.

García is curating two projects (Art Cruise & The “it’s NOT” Fair) that celebrate Austin’s visual art scene and help create connections between the world of live performance and the world of visual art.

Future Front are curating the opening night of their festival hub with an event titled Sound Garden, a pop-up nightclub that nurtures new worlds and sonic landscapes in Texas. This event will feature DJ sets and performances by Juliana Huxtable, Mattie, Belial, and other celebrated acts.

Festivities kick off on April 13 with Robin Frohardt’s The Plastic Bag Store (presented in partnership with Texas Performing Arts), in which a “convenient store” transforms into an immersive, dynamic live experience with film, live performers, and intricate handmade sets. Later that evening the festival hosts the Texas premiere of Japanese sound artist ASUNA and his performance entitled 100 Keyboards, and the hilarious, unstoppable trio SHABOOM!.

The 2022 Fusebox Festival will host local, national, and international artists working across a variety of different mediums. This year, the festival is working with three guest curators: Kenyon Adams, Michael Anthony García, and Future Front.

Adams (who recently moved to Austin) will be premiering the first issue of his new art series, "FUTURE SOLITUDE," at the Long Center as part of the festival. This first issue, The Bearing of Witness and the Giving of Testimony, features dance works from Vinson Fraley and Kayla Farrish, two of New York’s young performance-based artists.

García is curating two projects (Art Cruise & The “it’s NOT” Fair) that celebrate Austin’s visual art scene and help create connections between the world of live performance and the world of visual art.

Future Front are curating the opening night of their festival hub with an event titled Sound Garden, a pop-up nightclub that nurtures new worlds and sonic landscapes in Texas. This event will feature DJ sets and performances by Juliana Huxtable, Mattie, Belial, and other celebrated acts.

Festivities kick off on April 13 with Robin Frohardt’s The Plastic Bag Store (presented in partnership with Texas Performing Arts), in which a “convenient store” transforms into an immersive, dynamic live experience with film, live performers, and intricate handmade sets. Later that evening the festival hosts the Texas premiere of Japanese sound artist ASUNA and his performance entitled 100 Keyboards, and the hilarious, unstoppable trio SHABOOM!.

The 2022 Fusebox Festival will host local, national, and international artists working across a variety of different mediums. This year, the festival is working with three guest curators: Kenyon Adams, Michael Anthony García, and Future Front.

Adams (who recently moved to Austin) will be premiering the first issue of his new art series, "FUTURE SOLITUDE," at the Long Center as part of the festival. This first issue, The Bearing of Witness and the Giving of Testimony, features dance works from Vinson Fraley and Kayla Farrish, two of New York’s young performance-based artists.

García is curating two projects (Art Cruise & The “it’s NOT” Fair) that celebrate Austin’s visual art scene and help create connections between the world of live performance and the world of visual art.

Future Front are curating the opening night of their festival hub with an event titled Sound Garden, a pop-up nightclub that nurtures new worlds and sonic landscapes in Texas. This event will feature DJ sets and performances by Juliana Huxtable, Mattie, Belial, and other celebrated acts.

Festivities kick off on April 13 with Robin Frohardt’s The Plastic Bag Store (presented in partnership with Texas Performing Arts), in which a “convenient store” transforms into an immersive, dynamic live experience with film, live performers, and intricate handmade sets. Later that evening the festival hosts the Texas premiere of Japanese sound artist ASUNA and his performance entitled 100 Keyboards, and the hilarious, unstoppable trio SHABOOM!.

WHEN

WHERE

Fusebox Festival Hub
1100 E. 5th St.
Austin, TX 78702
https://fuseboxfestival.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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