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To the ends of the Earth.

The remnants of a romantic teenager know and love these words

Defining every time, place, and distance, every view or condition available to experience.

It sings hope and a foundation of commitment for a journey so long it’s infinite But the Earth is round, kid. You’ll keep going and going If you walk or swim, boat or train You'll wind up here, right where you started this thing. Gosh, how’s it feel to call names like “kid” You know the wind so well you won't fill your sails with it. You know yourself so well you got to this version and quit. There’s so much more, just look from this pebbled beach at the cosmic shore On the edge of heaven or in the starry eyes of one called her But by all means, share your radial facts to teach me what life is for To the ends of the Earth I say, for these words are the wind To the ends of the Earth To the ends of the Earth I was thinking about this month’s program theme.. FRINGE. It means, of course, the edge, the outskirts, the border. Can you imagine when no one sailed across the ocean before? The dangerous curiosity so much they went for it, they were crazy! I met Dale Heinen maybe 6 or 7 years ago, she was inspired by live theatre programs she’d experienced in Europe that took place outside the mainstream venues in non-traditional places and in experimental forms of performance - a format referred to as a “Fringe Festival.” She and a partner founded her take on these ideas in Cleveland. They named it BorderLight with the first festival taking place in 2019 and continuing on today. The fringe in cultural activity is an interesting thing - because things on the fringe are only such so long as they aren’t normal or popular. Once the fringe is normal the thing that used to be normal is now, on the fringe! Dizzying I know. Such is life. Join us for coffee and Dale’s GREYT BIG TALK next Friday the 21st at Convivium Gallery on E 33rd st - Become a member to sign up for free with an extra ticket to bring a friend. Members also help make this program possible, to help grow and connect innovators and creators across all of our communities. Information for participants is below, reach out if you’d like to grab a feature space of any kind.


T.Fox GREYT CULTURE // Greyt Letters Archive // About the Letter: This monthly(ish) email goes to GREYT event participants and partners, and others I would like to be aware of the contents of upcoming programs. Event details listed here are subject to change based on input back from recipients. Confirmed event details will always be listed through - recipients are added and removed periodically at my discretion. If you would like to be a permanent recipient or removed from GREYT emails, reply and I will comply with kindness. Thanks for reading.] GREYT BIG TALK Friday, April 21st 8:30-10:00 am PARTICIPANTS/TEAM ARRIVE: 7:30-8:00 am Convivium 33 Gallery Ft. Dale Heinen Co-Founder, Creative Director Borderlight Festival General Registration: Sign Up Music Ft. Nathan Hedges

Breakfast: Juneberry Table

Coffee: Phoenix Coffee

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Pitches: Stephan Haluska, (Sign up)

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Photography: ?? Video Director: Korey Smerk ___________________ GREYT BIG TALK Friday May 19thst 8:30-10:00 am PARTICIPANTS/TEAM ARRIVE: 7:30-8:00 am INTRO Cleveland Courtyard Anna Cerveny Founder, Cleveland Dance Project General Registration: Sign Up Music Ft. Anuvybe Breakfast: ?? Coffee: Edda Coffee Roasters Designer: (Sign up) Pitches: (Sign up) Vendor Table: (Signup) Photography: ?? Video Director: Korey Smerk

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