HEART invites the public to their visual and performing arts event HEART Radio Lab: Love Frequency 2017 on Saturday, December 16 from 6pm-8pm at Redux Contemporary Art Center located at 1056 King St., Downtown Charleston. Beer and wine available for purchase and event tickets are $5 at the door.
HEART Radio Lab: Love Frequency 2017 is a visual arts show and a theatrical choir. It is a story from our future about our past which is our present. It reminds us to tune in to our hearts and listen. Attendees can expect to enjoy and purchase artwork created by the HEARTists in collaboration with their community artist mentors, have the opportunity to sing along with the choir, and be moved to a heartfelt place. The HEARTists also made art with Christmas presents in mind so prepare to do some holiday shopping.
HEART Radio Lab was started by HEART Artist Guild & Theatre Company for adults with special needs in June 2017. It is comprised of HEART members (aka HEARTists) -- adult artists with developmental disabilities, HEART staff and volunteers, and a volunteer band of independent musicians and vocalists. HEART Radio Lab is a theatrical choir that builds a storyline around the songs to enhance the audience’s experience and to allow for HEART’s non-verbal artists to participate in the performance. HEART Radio Lab is all things involving auditory art and collaboration.
Speaking of collaboration, HEART and Redux started a partnership this past summer where HEART’s Artist Mentor program uses Redux’s classroom twice a week to create compelling works of art. Some of the artwork created in this program will be revealed for the first time at this event. This is a very special event that you won’t want to miss.
ABOUT HEART: HEART Artist Guild & Theatre Company, a 501c3 non-profit, is a creative and adventurous family of artists, performers, and nature lovers! We are a model for inclusive programs where nature and city adventure, arts, and theatre are used to connect adults (21+) with disabilities and their communities. HEART members (aka HEARTists) are supported by community artist mentors in creating visual and performance art, go on nature and city explorations, and have great fun while making meaningful contributions to society.