Delighted to announce that my solo show featuring images from my pandemic passion project, “Something Heroic and Distant”, is now live. A huge thank-you to the Miles Nadal JCC in Toronto for hosting this virtual exhibition, which runs for the month of January.
I’m also excited for the virtual reception to be held on January 12 from 5-6 PM PST (8-9 PM EST). Joe Landini, founder of SAFEhouse for the Performing Arts will join me in a dynamic conversation about the dance community creating during the pandemic. We will share many of the images in the show and discuss dance and creativity in the era of COVID-19. The virtual reception is free and open to the public, but you need to register in advance.
Check out Kyle Adler’s exhibit Something Heroic and Distant from Jan 4-31 at mnjcc.org/visualarts
Sign up for a talk with the artist here: https://www.amilia.com/…/miles…/shop/activities/3644303
“As the COVID-19 pandemic closed most creative outlets for artists, I experienced first-hand the unprecedented upheaval this situation forced upon local artists. I looked to my local SF Bay Area’s vibrant and diverse dance community for inspiration. I then launched the Something Heroic and Distant Project as a testament to the resilient spirit of the creative community during these trying times.”