Applied Mechanics has an Incubator residency at the University of the Arts!
Applied Mechanics will work with UArts students to experiment with immersive depictions of multiple coexistent time periods. Volatile historical narratives overlap and feed each other as a host of characters from different eras labor to shape their lives and make sense of their moment. Drawing on existing stories from the past and imagined events of the future, in this workshop, we’ll experiment with tracing the mutation of stories over time and interrogating the politics of who gets to craft them.
Check out all the info HERE
This Fringe, the streets of Philadelphia were invaded by Bernadettes.
Blackmarket, our guerilla pop-up piece, traveled across the city this September. From the Fringe bar to the Franklin Flea to theaters on Broad Street to Parking Day 2015, cigarette girls in yellow skirts catcalled Fringe-goers and civillians alike, hawking $1 cookies and crackers with bawdy bravado. They flocked in groups of 3 – 4 and cooed like pigeons. They were all named Bernadette.
NOVEMBER 8th @ Christ Church Neighborhood House
COME OVER FOR DINNER!
Applied Mechanics is Cooking
and We Want to Break Bread With You.
Because we love you and we love food, Applied Mechanics will be preparing and hosting another Community Dinner on Sunday, November 8th. All are welcome to come have a bowl of stew and celebrate our artistic community.
Home-cooked vegetarian entree and sides will be provided.
Please bring your own bowl or plate and eating utensil.
We’ll have some drinks, but feel free to bring your own, as well–especially if you want more than a glass or two of beer or soda.
RSVP on our FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE HERE