The River project

Site-adaptive integrative Work



Currently in development, The River Project aims to coalesce the arts, education, environmental, and political communities around water. Rivers share a history of pitfalls and recoveries; they are also spaces charged with energy and are national treasures. The River Project asks us to consider our personal and collective responsibility to rivers and, by extension, the earth and our fellow inhabitants and engages communities around one of their most precious resources.

This project is ideal for universities and can bring together the work of arts, sciences, sustainability and urban planning.

The River Project premieres at The Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts at California State University Northridge. It is unique to each location, yet contains common elements including engagement of local communities, education and action and celebratory performance.

Premiere: April 2019 Find out more.