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Meany Center invites you to join us in an exploration of where artists get inspiration and the processes they go through in developing work.

Individual artists who are performing at Meany Center or undertaking Creative Research at the University of Washington through our Mellon-funded Creative Fellowship Initiative are given a platform to share a window into their creative process with an audience. Artists participating in this free public series will share their in-progress creative research, showing new and developing works in-progress or offering experiential engagement with the processes they employ to generate new work.

Event dates and locations are announced online throughout the year.


Daniel Alexander Jones in Conversation with Kaneza Schall

Mellon Creative Fellow Daniel Alexander Jones hosts a conversation with performer/creator Kaneza Schall, whose show JACK & runs May 10 – 13 at On the Boards. Schaal is a NYC-based artist who builds works through collaboration. JACK & is a comedy of errors structured on social codes and trainings, from prison re-entry programs to debutante balls.

Monday, May 14
6:00 p.m.
Floyd and Delores Jones Playhouse

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