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Coltura's Gas Free Concert Featuring Industrial Revelation
America’s leading gasoline opponent Coltura produces the first-ever No Gasoline Concert - a landmark cultural event where all musicians and their gear will travel to and from the event without using gasoline. Concert features musical performances from fusion super group and Seattle-favorites, Industrial Revelation, jazz duo Bad Luck, and solo cellist Lauri Goldston. Come enjoy great music, and get there without using gasoline.
June 30, 2017, 9:00 p.m.
All band and audience members arrived without use of gasoline.
THE GAS TRAP
Using public art to drive environmental activism, award-winning anti-gasoline nonprofit Coltura took to the streets on June 2 to present The Gas Trap, 25-foot-high inflatable, kinetic sculpture stage and live performance piece that calls attention to the harm—and death—caused by our individual and collective use of gasoline. Conceived by Coltura founder Matthew Metz, designed by local artist Samaj, and fabricated by Seattle’s inflatable specialists, the Seattle Design Nerds, The Gas Trap performance is written and directed by Cornish graduate Alyssa Norling and will be performed by Alyssa Norling and Grace Orr, Seattle-based theatre and movement artists who use the endless possibilities of public art for social change.