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Diana Oh's Clairvoyance Kickoff event: A welcome back to Cambridge

Free Admission! / Start 8pm / Doors 7:45pm

Diana Oh is kicking off the end of her year-long Artist-in-Community Residency with A.R.T. Ahead of her last installation at the ICA Artist in Their Element and ahead of the culminating concert of her year-long Residency Clairvoyance, The Concert and Tree Planting, Diana will preview a few of her songs, take a look at her past installations and honor some of the people she has worked with this year. 

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Diana Oh: (she/her or they/them) lives life on their own terms. Oh is a multi-hyphenate generative artist -- an actor, singer, songwriter, a creative director of their own work, a maker of installations and concerts and parties, an open channel to the art that feels good to their body. A feeder of the soul. A non-conforming free spirit. They are also a media justice advocate in film, tv, media, music, and theatre. Known to be a power switch exhibitionist. She is the creator of {my lingerie play}: 10 underground performance installations in my lingerie staged in an effort to provide a safer, more courageous world for women, queer, trans, and non-binary humans to live in culminating into a concert and call to arms of her music. She is the creator and co-creative director of The Infinite Love Party: an intentional barefoot, potluck dinner, dance party and optional sleepover for QTPOC and Their Allies. The Infinite Love Party premiered at The Bushwick Starr and is fearing up for its world tour and accompanied Docu-Series as it travels to cities throughout the world celebrating and elevating Queer, Trans, and Non-binary Folks and Their Allies. She is the creator and co-songwriter for 24 Hour Punk (NYMF, National Black Theatre, Joe’s Pub) and Asian People are Not Magicans on Featured in the series Queering, NY is Dead, Unicornland, and Hey Yun (well loved by Janet Mock) and films like How to be Single. Oh is one of Refinery29's Top 14 LGBTQ Influencer, the First Queer Korean-American interviewed on Korean Broadcast Radio, a Sundance Institute Fellowa TOW Fellow at Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, a Van Lier Fellow in Acting with the Asian American Arts Alliance, a Venturous Capital Grant Recipient, Elphaba Thropp Fellow, commisioned artist of The Public Theatre’s Mobile Unit, and member of The Public’s Emerging Writers Group. She is the Artist-in-Community at A.R.T./Oberon creating CLAIRVOYANCE: her monthly installations centering QTPOC power and magic that culminates into her own solo concert she casts spells with (April 2019), Upcoming: The Infinite Love Party at Bushwick Starr in (Jan 2019).  The New York Times calls Oh "irreverent." You can call her "friend."