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BoxoPROJECTS to host immersive art experience with “Borrowed” on May 11 & 12

Please join BoxoPROJECTS for an immersive experience in Joshua Tree National Park May 11 & 12.

Conni McKenzie, a Bay Area-based producer, is a multidisciplinary artist with a primary focus in dance theater, video production, mixed-media, and photography. Her production of “Borrowed” addresses the urgent need for action against climate change and its impact on marginalized communities.

This immersive performance art experience enables audiences to examine how humanity has disproportionately used Earth’s resources, “borrowing time” from the planet, marginalized communities, and ourselves. Through nature and the arts, “Borrowed” offers a unique opportunity for self-discovery and aims to increase synchrony between the community and the environment.

Performances will be Saturday, May 11th at 4pm and Sunday, May 12 at 10am at at Black Rock Nature Center in Joshua Tree National Park. Admission is free as is entry to the park entrance at Black Rock.

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