August 8 & September 26, 2019

Presented by Transformer Station, the Small Hall Performance series is back with performances by Megan Young, Gregory King, Kyle Kidd, and Collaborators. The 2019 Small Hall Performance series is hosted in conjunction with Transformer Station’s exhibition “I Sing the Body.”

7 – 8 PM

Doors at 6:30 pm, Performance at 7 pm

$5 admission at the door; Transformer Station members free

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World Premiere Movement Performances

by Megan Young, Gregory King, and Collaborators

Thursday, September 26


Vocal Performance by Kyle Kidd and Company

Megan Young

Megan Young considers bodies and code through performance, installation, and interactive mediums. Notable credits include the International Symposium of Electronic Arts, Ammerman Center for Arts & Technology, Open Engagement, Art Souterrain, Chicago Cultural Center, MCA Chicago, Hyde Park Arts Center, Ohio University Gallery, Columbus College of Arts & Design, SPACES, and Playhouse Square Center. Young has been awarded two Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Awards, a Creative Workforce Fellowship, and supported residencies through Chicago Cultural Center, Praire Center of the Arts, CounterPulse, and Connecticut College. Her activist art has been featured in Hyperallergic, The Atlantic, and on NPR.Young holds a BFA in dance from Ohio University; MFA in interdisciplinary arts and media from Columbia College Chicago.

Kyle Kidd

Kyle Kidd, is a Queer, Black, Androgynous, Cuyahoga County native currently working as a Vocalist for Mourning [A] BLKstar. A community activist and visionary of social transformation, he has worked at various institutions throughout Cleveland as an intersectional advocate of safe space. His intentional work is centered on four pillars of activism: Representation, Youth Development, Healing Cultural Reparation, and HIV Prevention / Harm Reduction.

Photo by: Evan Prunty

Photo by: The Dark Room Company