Join us for Human Exhibit, a collaborative performance-based evening with selected Columbia College Chicago students, led by Greg Allen, founder of the internationally-renowned Neo-Futurists.
Human Exhibit will serve as the culmination of a two-week long residency where students, under the guidance of Allen, will be asked to create work using their own actual lives and experiences while exploring the lines between truth/friction, acting/performing, and art/exhibitionism.
Greg Allen is the founder of the Neo-Futurists and creator of "Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind" and over 50 other performances that have been seen nationwide. He has taught Neo-Futurism at universities and theater programs across the country. He is an award-winning playwright/director and the recipient of three grants from the National Endowment for the Arts.