Eames Armstrong
  • Female
  • Washington, DC
  • United States

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Call for entry: SUPERNOVA Performance Art Festival, Rosslyn, VA

Started Feb 17, 2013 0 Replies

The SUPERNOVA Performance Art Festival is a Rosslyn Arts Project presented by the Rosslyn Business Improvement District (BID) and produced by The Pink Line Project. SUPERNOVA will debut June 6-9,…Continue

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artist, curator, writer
Eames Armstrong is an interdisciplinary artist and curator. She is the founder and director of the free-form project-based arts initiative Aether Art Projects which emphasizes experimentation, performance, and collaboration through exhibitions, events, and DCperformanceart.tumblr, the only active blog dedicated to performance art in DC. Armstrong is the performance coordinator at Hillyer Art Space, where she programs Soapbox, a monthly performance art series. Eames received her BFA from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, in 2010 where she studied studio art, with emphasis on painting, writing, and performance. She currently lives in DC and works out of the 52 O Street Artist Studios.

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Disidentification, Cuntfrontation, Performance Art (Soapbox Thursday)

Posted on October 24, 2012 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

“How do our own experiences slip out from under the frames we put around ourselves (and put on by others) in order to identify?”

The performance this week at Soapbox confronts identity: expanding, complex, messy, plural.

Boston-based Hayley Morgenstern and Creighton Baxter (quoted above) will perform It Might Get Better, a…


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At 8:42am on October 3, 2012, Trish Hamilton said…
Hi Eames!
I didn't even realize DC has something like it. So much for living in the burbs :(
Thanks for adding me! I look forward to hearing & seeing more of your projects. And since I am so close, hopefully get to meet you.

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