An exciting event is taking place in Rapid City on July 8. Flutter Productions, which is part of the Black Hills Works family (one of our terrific clients), is featuring a one-night-only performance of Chroma. The production will be held at Founders Park in Rapid City beginning at 6 p.m.
It is going to be an excellent performance and a great opportunity to support the arts and a collaboration between artists of all abilities in our community. The production is about a young boy wanting to explore the world, learning from others, and experiencing everything around him in a new way. This will be a colorful performance—with paint being splattered (don’t worry only a designated splash zone will be hit and it is water based and washable).
Under the direction of Flutter Productions Artistic Director Heather Pickering, the play is a world premiere—no one has ever seen it before. How cool is that? Black Hills Works supports more than 650 adults with disabilities—people in our community with intellectual or developmental disabilities, visual and hearing impairments, brain injuries and chronic illnesses, physical challenges and more. BHW gives people with disabilities the opportunity to be a part of Flutter Productions, Chroma, and other productions that will be produced by them in the future.
We at Numad are very honored to work with an organization such as BHW and alongside people like Joshua Rundell at Black Hills Works Foundation by supporting them with the design and development of communication materials. Check out a few of the things we created for Chroma: