“Protean” is an evolving LED installation experience housed within a 20ft shipping container, designed to echo the winding crossroads and corridors that make up Waverly and connect its people together. The structure will feature an audio reactive light show driven by a sound scape created by Waverly musician Amy Reid. Patterns of light and color will change based on the soundtrack as well as direct interaction from viewers as they move throughout the structure.
**Nightly Events are free and open to public**
Friday, March 31st (7-11pm)
  *Baltimore Bike Party – After Party!*
Saturday, April 1st (7-10pm)  
  *Square Dance Party featuring The Iron Leg Boys & Hannah Johnson
Sunday, April 2nd (7-10pm) 
  *Yoga Under the Lights featuring live music
Monday, April 3rd (7-10pm)
  *November Project – a Free Fitness Movement
Tuesday, April 4th (7-10pm)
  *Family Night with Face Painting and More! 
Wednesday, April 5th (6-10pm)
  *LIVE Performances by 901 Arts Drumline, Amy Reid, Chase O’Hara, and Val Tambien
  *LED “Throwie” Workshop* 
Neighborhood Lights – Waverly attendees will be instructed in the creation of LED “Throwies.” Based on the original concept by the Graffiti Research Lab, this project will allow the community to collaboratively decorate the exterior of the “PROTEAN” structure. At the completion of each night these can be taken home as mementos from the shared experience.  
Thursday, April 6th (5-10pm)
  *WYPR Outdoor Happy Hour with breweries and food trucks!
  *LIVE performances by Que Pequeño, Kotic Couture, Infinity Knives & Randi
  *LED “Throwie” Workshop
Friday, April 7th (6-10pm)
  * LIVE Performances by Micah E Wood, :3lon, and ixto 
  *LED “Throwie” Workshops
Saturday, April 8th (6-10pm)
  *LIVE Performances by Logicoma, Cassandra Rabe, and Lucas Rambo
  *LED “Throwie” Workshops

About the artist: Jose Andres Rosero-Curet is a Puerto Rican-born arts technologist from Baltimore, MD. Since 2014, Jose has performed live video projection for notable acts such as TT the Artist, Black Sage, Hi$to and Mighty Mark. His work has been featured at events including the Transmodern Festival, Art/Sound Now, Light City 2016 and Fields Festival. Jose’s dynamic visuals and interactive installations guide audiences into new realms through creative use of light and sound.

About the area:
Waverly Main Street is the historic business district located in the center of Waverly Village. Waverly is one of nine designated Main Streets in Baltimore City. Located on Greenmount Avenue from E. 29th Street to E. 35th Street, the district has over 100 shops, services and restaurants. It is surrounded by the residential communities: Better Waverly, Waverly, Abell and Oakenshawe. Waverly Main Street’s mission is to expand growth of the Waverly business district through revitalization and economic development, commercial building and streetscape improvements, as well as promotions and entrepreneurial development. 
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