Saturday, October 9
7:30pm
Lincoln Theatre
Washington, DC

FACES: Blessed Unrest, is a presentation by Anita Ratnam of some of the most familiar and loved personae from our cultural tapestry. Portraying varied sentiments, these FACES together traverse a spectrum of emotions, to finally surrender to infinite bliss. She is coming to Washington DC shortly after receiving her Phd in Womens Studies. Most creations find their inspiration in a fleeting word, image or moment. That is how FACES, too, was born. There are the familiar archetypes, but there is also that blurring of lines between them. “These faces were already there have always been,” says Anita.”But they have been recognized as personalities rather than emotions. So when you look at them just as faces, they become easier to relate to, the emotion becomes personal.”

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