Callous Physical Theatre created this forest installation during a residency at-Mission Street Arts in Jemez Springs. Courtesy photo.

With an artist talk and short walk, Callous Physical Theatre, a.k.a. Joséphine A. Garibaldi and Paul Zmolek, plan to share their work in progress titled “Jemez Springs: A Sense of Place,” as well as past work, with the public from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 30, at the Jemez Springs Public Library.

This presentation is in collaboration with Mission Street Arts, which is hosting Callous Physical Theatre in residence until May 7. CPT will create work responsive to that experience.

Garibaldi and Zmolek intentionally seek out residencies where a deep connection with the rhythm of land, seasons and environment is vital to sustenance.

Callous Physical Theatre is a collaborative, project-based endeavor guided by the slogan “We go where the work takes us.” From environmental and performance installations, movement and text-based visual poetry, Garibaldi and Zmolek have devised original performance, installation and digital works nationally and internationally together for three decades.

To attend, email billyehret@missionstreetarts to sign up. Space is limited.