Opulent Mobility 2021 opening
Welcome to Opulent Mobility 2021!
Opulent Mobility 2021 is a groundbreaking annual art exhibit that re-imagines disability as opulent and powerful. This year’s artworks include photography, sculpture, painting, printmaking, collage, graphic design, and dance.
The opening event is October 2 from 4-7 PM with an after party featuring performances by "Pick of the Fringe" storyteller Diana Elizabeth Jordan (TBA) and the Avant-Americana genre-bending band The Evangenitals (from 7-9 PM). Masks are mandatory indoors. Food, drink, and the band will be in the outdoor beer garden.
Opulent Mobility 2021 will run October 2-30 at Wingwalker Brewery in Monrovia, CA and online at www.opulentmobility.com.
The artists of Opulent Mobility 2021 are Megan Bent, A. Laura Brody, Ciara Chapman, Katherine Chudy, Vanessa Cruz, Bronte Grimm, Francesca Hummler, David Isakson, Noel Malloy, Ellen Mansfield, Lisa Merida-Paytes, Teresa Shea, Katherine Sherwood, Annelies Slabbynck, Emily Tironi, and Jenni-Juulia Wallinheimo-Heimonen.
Accessibility features: ASL interpretation provided for Deaf and HoH audience members and audio descriptions in large print and audio files linked to QR codes for our low vision and Blind audience. For our DeafBlind audience members, please inform us by September 25-26 so we can find Tactile/ProTactile interpreters.
Opulent Mobility has a new venue and could use your help!
Opulent Mobility 2021 will be October 2-30 at Wingwalker Brewery in Monrovia, CA.
The opening event is October 2 from 4-7 PM with an after party featuring the genre-bending Avant-Americana band The Evangenitals. The founder (me) will be on hand for the opening and from 1-5 PM PST Saturdays and Sundays during the run of the show.
Can you help me get this show on the road?
Your tax-deductible donation will make the show even more accessible! It will help fund ASL interpretation for the opening event, after party, and online artist talk, along with audio descriptions to make the work accessible to folks with low or no vision.
Thank you to everyone who has helped make this possible. You are appreciated more than you know.
A. Laura Brody
I re*make mobility devices and materials and give them new lives. Sometimes I staple drape.