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Posted on: April 18, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Multimedia Festival Returns to Hult Center

The fifth annual multimedia festival (sub)Urban Projections returns to the Hult Center on April 21 and 22. On Thursday evening, (sub)Urban Projections: Ritual transforms the Hult Center into a multi-story, multi-sensory, multi-disciplinary experience. The event intersects more than 60 dancers, performers, musicians and visual artists with technical entrepreneurs to create an immersive experience in the Hult Center lobby. The unique event is a collaboration between local artists, Harmonic Laboratory, University of Oregon students, the Hult Center and City of Eugene Cultural Services. Tickets are free of charge with advance ticket purchase required. For info and tickets visit

On Friday, April 22, the (sub)Urban Projections festival continues with Kid Koala’s Nufonia Must Fall. The performance brings Kid Koala’s graphic novel to life with an amazing team of puppeteers, animated in real time with a live soundtrack. The show is directed by acclaimed director K.K. Barrett and features Kid Koala and the Afiara Quartet. Eric San (a.k.a. Kid Koala) is a world-renowned scratch DJ, music producer, and award winning graphic novelist. K.K. Barrett is a visionary director and production designer who has become the go-to collaborator for directors such as Spike Jonze and Sofia Coppola. More information and tickets starting at $26 are available at

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