The song is entirely made of authentic vocal tics of individuals with Tourette syndrome and really sheds a light on creative avenues for those with Tourette Syndrome.
Arcadia University’s ARC Exhibition Program is pleased to present Band of Artists: Spectrum Order Disorder in the Commons Art Gallery and the Great Room lobby through Feb. 8, 2015.
Learn more about the exhibit at The Bulletin.
Band of Artists is excited to announce its latest show, Order Out of Chaos! Although it is not officially part of Philadelphia’s 2014 First Person Arts Festival, we are proud of our latest dance production. Come find out first-hand how chaos can lead to order.
Philadelphia’s Community Education Center
3500 Lancaster Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19104
In tribute to their recent performance at Penn State Abington and in advance of their Doylestown debut at the Michener, The Philadelphia Inquirer and Philly.com interviewed members of Band of Artists and featured them in print and online.
An uncontrollable twitch is a beautiful thing… A flailing arm and jerking head are the equivalent of a graceful pirouette.
Read Kristin Holmes’ entire story here: http://articles.philly.com/2013-05-23/news/39448177_1_tourette-syndrome-tics-symptoms
In this telling one-on-one interview and expose, Sutie reveals how day-to-day concerns in life may be impacting her Tourette Syndrome and aggravating her tics. In Philly.com’s “It’s all in her bag of tics”, the reporter provides some insight into life with Tourettes and how Band of Artists is helping Sutie cope.
Read the entire article here, http://articles.philly.com/2013-06-24/news/40168051_1_tics-bark-tourette