We now have some 40 artists preparing TentWorks, which will be displayed indoors and (mostly) outdoors at UVM campus and around town. Registration will soon be available for a few of the events, including Pauline Jennings’ performative riddle-walk through the city and Anne Bourne’s Deep Listening and Community Sounding exercise, as well as for reading TextWorks in advance of the two roundtables (“Art versus Ecocide in a Feverish World” and “Transdisciplinary Strategies for a Feverish World”).
Best of all, Feverish World is entirely free and open to the public. This means that we do not provide much food (good and inexpensive food options will be available) nor any housing for visitors coming from out of town. We recommend the usual places for finding accommodations (Airbnb, TripAdvisor, Priceline, et al.). If there is enough interest, we will try to set up a list for potential homestays (“artists visiting artists,” “scholars visiting scholars,” “activists visiting activists”… that sort of thing). Let us know if you are interested by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Homestays” in the Subject line.
We look forward to seeing you here in October!
Feverish World logo by Jonathan Harris, 2018.