Win A Pair of Tickets To See Hamlet at The Wilma and An After-show Panel Discussion with CERA and Myself
As you may have seen me Instagram about a few weeks ago, the current production of Hamlet at The Wilma Theater is performed on a set designed with the help of local street artist, CERA! (They happened to discover CERA through this blog too, which makes me very happy to hear.)
Since street art and graffiti have such a huge presence on the set, The Wilma has asked CERA and I to partake in an on-stage panel discussion about street art and graffiti…
Street Art – Onstage and On the Street
Wednesday, April 15, 2015 beginning at 7:30pm
Join us after the performance of Hamlet for a lively conversation between Wilma Dramaturg Walter Bilderback, street artist CERA (whose work is seen in the Wilma lobby and on the set of Hamlet), and Conrad Benner, curator of the popular Streets Dept blog as they discuss the history of street art and its role in city life.
This panel discussion will happen only once – and tickets are available HERE.
OR, you can take your chance at winning a pair of tickets by Instagramming a piece of street art or graffiti around the city that you love using the hashtag #HamletStreets… Contest ends this Sunday (April 12th) at midnight, winner will be notified Monday, April 13th! (And yes, you can enter as many times as you like.)