Connected : An Interactive Experience is a theatrical experience that explores the theme of human relationships and the things that cause us to connect and disconnect with one another.
The show utilized story, dance, technology and interactive elements and invited the audience to move from simply spectating to being part of the experience. As the audience saw the story of a man named Jacob unfold before them, they were also led introspectively through the experience by a third person, omniscient guide. Each of the seats in the theater were wired with a set of headphones through which the guide communicated and prompted the audience.
Uncover the Color’s Cole NeSmith, John David Harris and Holly Harris partnered with director, Aradhana Tiwari to write, produce and create Connected : An Interactive Experience which won several awards at its debut at the Orlando International Fringe Theater Festival.
This is a simple, yet really powerful experience around the concept of identity. Knowing who God says we are is crucial in the process of living into who we’ve been created to be. This experience uses any wall, a mirror and some dry erase markers. Read More
LEDs have become increasingly inexpensive and are a cool accent tool to lots of projects. Recently, Uncover The Color created a Prayer Labyrinth in a dimly lit space for the Catalyst Conference in Dallas, TX. The carpet in the room was dark, and the outline of the labyrinth was made from dark, Mexican River Stones from Home Depot. So, to keep people from missing the experience altogether, we ordered 10mm White LEDs from eBay and a few hundred cr2032 watch batteries to light the way. Read More
Prayer Labyrinths have been part of Christian worship since the 12th Century. It’s an opportunity to engage in contemplative prayer as participants walk through a maze like outline on the ground. The only difference with the labyrinth is that there are no dead ends. Just one way in, one path to walk and one exit. Read More
We are honored to continue our partnership with the Catalyst Leadership Conference. Our latest partnership was for their Atlanta event. We created a reflective space around their theme, “Be Present.” Read More
This summer, we had the opportunity to partner with the bi-annual conference of over 5,000 staff of what is now called Cru. It was an honor to be part of this momentous event as they took on a new identity in 2011.
Here are some pictures from the experience! Read More
Shopping started on Tuesday. Set up Wednesday. Experience running all day Thursday and Friday.
This year’s Catalyst Dallas Conference is being held at Bent Tree Bible Fellowship. We’re in one wing of a very busy lobby, so one of the challenges this time around was to create some quiet, solitary spaces in the midst of all the activity. So, we bought a ton of fabric and did it all in the style of “gypsy circus.” Read More
This year, at the Catalyst West conference, we created an experience about the joy of bringing things out of the darkness and into the light. We built a three sided light box that was 8′x8′x8′ and invited people in. Here are some pictures and building instructions. Read More
We are here at the Catalyst Conference in Orange County, CA. Like last year, we have created a reflective space for people to come and engage. Here are some pics of the set up. Read More
One of the biggest components in creating a reflective environment is music. Of course, the first option is calling your friends in your city’s best ambient band. But if that’s not an option, here are some recorded alternatives. These are tracks that will fit well into the background of the environment. Read More
We recently partnered up with the Catalyst Conference in Atlanta, GA. Catalyst has a lot of great input, and they wanted to create a space where people could get away to listen and reflect. Uncover The Color create five reflective experiences around their theme “The Tension Is Good.” This is the second of five posts outlining each of those experiences. Read More
We recently partnered up with the Catalyst Conference in Atlanta, GA. Catalyst has a lot of great input, and they wanted to create a space where people could get away to listen and reflect. Uncover The Color create five reflective experiences around their theme “The Tension Is Good.” Over the next few days, we’ll be posting information about those experiences. Read More
The week of October 3, we’ll be in Atlanta, GA working in partnership with the Catalyst Leadership Conference. Our role there is to provide a place where participants can get away from all the input and spend some time reflecting. We’ve created several different experiences around the conference theme, “The Tension Is Good.” Read More