Walker Art Center: Join Us in January & February as Performing Arts Returns with Two Virtual Events!

Jan 9, 2021 | art/design

Josh Fox, still from “The Truth Has Changed (2021 Edition)”  –  Image courtesy of the artist

As artists find themselves drawn to confronting the monumental scale of the global climate crisis, two new performance works—theater/filmmaker Josh Fox’s “The Truth Has Changed (2021 Edition)” and musician-composer supergroup with William Brittelle, Holland Andrews, Channy Leaneagh, Will Johnson (WILLS), Immanuel Wilkins, Rafiq Bhatia and more in “The Meta Simulacrum Vol. 1″—mourn futures already lost, insist on environmental justice, and reimagine new ways to live less destructively.⁠

Co-presented with @thegreatnorthernfestival

Runtime

Approximately 90 min.


How to View

Tickets are pay what you wish. Suggested price $20.

View the exclusive online world premiere on Friday, January 29, 7 pm (CST). A live conversation with the artist follows Friday’s presentation.

The virtual performance is available to view Friday, January 29, 7 pm, through Monday, February 1, 11:59 pm (CST). Ticket sales will end on Monday, February 1 at 9 pm (CST).


Accessibility

Josh Fox: The Truth Has Changed (2021 Edition) will have closed captioning. For more information about accessibility, call 612-375-7564 or email access@walkerart.org.


FAQ

To help prepare for the performance or answer any questions that might come up, check out these frequently asked questions about how to access your content and view at home.


Art + Climate: A two-part performance series

Artists everywhere are finding themselves drawn to confronting the monumental scale of the global climate catastrophe, employing human creativity to process and act on what is clearly in front of us. Two new performance works—theater/filmmaker Josh Fox’s The Truth Has Changed (2021 Edition) and composer William Brittelle’s The Meta Simulacrum Vol. 1—both in partnership with the Great Northern—mourn futures already lost, insist on environmental justice, and reimagine new ways to live less destructively.

 

Walker Art Center: Multidisciplinary contemporary art center presenting exhibitions; dance, theater, and music performances; and film screenings.

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