Cotuit Center for the Arts Presents ‘Unbound’

COTUIT – High school students will take over Cotuit Center for the Arts on Thursday, May 3, from 6 to 8 PM, for “Unbound,” a pop-up experiment celebrating student activism, voice, and vision.

Students are invited to share poetry, music, theater, visual arts, dance, storytelling, and performance art. All forms of free expression are welcome and encouraged.

No preregistration is required, and admission is free for both performers and audience members. All are welcome to attend.

The evening is unstructured; it will be organized, open-mic style, as the participants arrive at 5:30 PM on the evening of the event and sign up for slots. The main stage will be empty and lit for performance.

The gallery will be empty, the walls covered with paper, and art materials provided for students to fill the space with words and spontaneous artwork. There will also be a sound installation, with all sorts of devices that make noise or music, to create an ambient aural experience.

“Unbound” will be presented Cotuit Center for the Arts on Thursday, May 3, from 6 to 8 PM.

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