mifpamain1.jpglogofestivalmoboidz.gif International festival of performance art

The festival will take place over 5 nights in early November 2006 in the Fort Point neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. Featuring over 20 international participants and the 15 members of the Mobius Artists Group, the festival will expose the Boston community to an established network of performance artists and create a forum for discussion of the work.
Located in the Midway Theater, a dramatic two-story space in the newly renovated Midway Studios Building, the Festival will be smack in the middle of Boston’s newest artist’s community. Also included in the Festival is a symposium with three respondants invited by Mobius; these critics and academics will respond to the works and host a wider discussion between artists and the public.

For more information please go here

March 30, 2006

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UPCOMING EVENTS
—–highlighting: InBetween: CITY HALL PLAZA, May 27
RECENT EVENTS
MOBIUS ARTISTS GROUP
OTHER EVENTS and WORK by MOBIUS ARTISTS

Mobius, Inc. is an artist-run 501(c)3 non-profit organization for experimental work in all media. Founded by members of the Mobius Artists Group in 1983, the total organization is a laboratory for artists experimenting at the boundaries of their disciplines. Presenting new work by dozens of artists each year, Mobius is unequalled in Boston in its commitment to Boston artists and the alternative arts.

The Mobius Artists Group was founded by Marilyn Arsem in 1977. We are known for incorporating a wide range of the visual, performing, and media arts into innovative live performance, video, installation and intermedia works. The members of the group create projects individually, collaboratively with members of the group, as well as with other artists.

From 1983-2003, the group ran an alternative art center at 354 Congress St. in Boston. Founded by members of the Mobius Artists Group in 1983, the art center was a laboratory for artists experimenting at the boundaries of their disciplines. Presenting new work by dozens of artists each year, both members of the Mobius Artists Group as well as guest artists, Mobius was unequalled in Boston in its commitment to Boston artists and the alternative arts. In the summer of 2003 Mobius Artists Group left this long-time home, moved to a space devoted to archives, studio, office, and storage, and began programming work at theaters, galleries, and public sites, throughout the world.

To learn about our projects in 2005-06, click here for what’s ahead, and here for what just past.

Note: nearly all photos on this site were taken by Bob Raymond.

mobius 374 Congress St. #611 Boston MA 02210
tel: 617 542-7416, email: mobius@mobius.org

Mobius, Inc. is funded by: The LEF Foundation; The Boston Cultural Council; Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts; The Oedipus Foundation; and generous private support.

March 28, 2006

our people

Mobius Artists Group
Dirk Adams, Nancy Adams, Marilyn Arsem, Margaret Bellafiore, Lewis Gesner, Jeff Huckleberry, Sandy Huckleberry, Milan Kohout, Larry Johnson, Mari Novotny-Jones, Vela Phelan, Bob Raymond, Joanne Rice, Jed Speare, Alice Vogler, Alisia Waller. (and on leave: David Franklin, David Miller, Cathy Nolan, Tom Plsek)

Staff
Nancy Adams, director. Helen Pfann, administrative coordinator.

Board of Directors
Anneka Lenssen, president. Mark Golberg, treasurer. Daniel Thompson, clerk. Susan Cohen, Claire Morton, Ben Lowengard, Nancy Adams.

Advisory Board
Harris Barron, Sarah deBesche, Rochelle Fabb, Hortense Gerardo, Bettina McGimsey, Gina Mullen, Oedipus, Helen Shlien, James Williams, Joseph Wilson.