RAIR Move Nights in the Yard: WALL-E
RAIR was invited to work with French artist Mohamed Bourouissa during his production of the feature length film Horse Day. Fletcher Street Stables rider Pee Wee and his horse Rosie came to RAIR for a fitting of the custom costume RAIR made for the 'Horse Tuning' component of Bourouissa's film. Photo by Lucia Thomé.
As part of the Center-funded project RAIR: Live at the Dump, RAIR (Recycled Artist in Residency) will screen the children's science fiction movie WALL-E at its outdoor recycling facility in Northeast Philadelphia. Families are invited to participate in games, a photo booth, and t-shirt printing before the film screening.
Live at the Dump is an interactive, site-specific program that utilizes a series of films, performances, and discussions to increase public awareness of the waste stream and the role of art in shaping social and environmental consciousness.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; movie with Spanish subtitles begins after sundown at 8 p.m. Rain date: May 1.