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JEFF’s PHOTOS OF THE BORIS & NATASHA DANCERS AT THE KELLER!
CHECK OUT ARTSCATTER FOR MARTHA ULLMAN WEST’S RESPONSE TO
“THE PORTLAND PROJECT”
HOLLY JOHNSON — OREGONIAN –REVIEWS “NO ONE WANTS TO SEE THE WIRES”
YOGA: For info on ongoing Tuesday evening and Saturday morning Yoga click here.
The Tree People perform a concert to celebrate the reissue of their second album, “Human Voices” from 1984, by Guerssen Records of Spain. The Tree People are Stephen Cohen on acoustic guitar and voice, Jeff Stier on recorders, flute, orchestra bells and percussion, and Rich Hinrichsen on double bass.
“The Tree People”, recorded in a studio in the woods near Eugene in 1979, has been discovered worldwide, and reissued as a CD by Tiliqua Records of Japan in 2006 and as a vinyl record by Guerssen Records of Spain in 2008 to much critical acclaim. The Tree People have signed with Guerssen Records, http://www.guerssen.com , and in June of 2009 Guerssen has reissued the second Tree People album, “Human Voices”, from 1984. Guerssen will be releasing a third and new Tree People album in 2010, because The Tree People are now recording new music and performing again live at concerts and festivals! You can keep up with the ongoing Tree People story at:
You can hear clips and download their first album, “The Tree People” from 1979 at:
and you can hear clips and download their second album, “Human Voices” from 1984 at:
Under the auspices of Performance Works NW Alembic Series, Karl Lind has curated a selection of brand new and revisited works from three daring experimental video performance artists. What will happen and where will we go? We’ll find out as Karl puts our faithful expeditioners Ed Mellnik, Stephanie Simek and Adam Keller in charge of our journey.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO ABOUT THE ARTISTS & THEIR WORK
The Alembic Series features guest artists curating events that range among dance, performance, video, film, music and more.
===> This year at Imago Theatre
17 SE 8th Ave. Portland Oregon
Tickets $15-$50 for one show; $25-$75 for both shows, sliding scale.
Reservations: 503-777-1907 or brownpapertickets.com/event/71096
Inspired by playwright, avant-garde theater pioneer, and MacArthur Genius Grant winner Richard Foreman, a dazzling lineup of theater, dance, video and literary artists from Portland and beyond rise to the challenge of creating a new work in only ten days.
PWNW artistic director Linda Austin posted a selection from Foreman’s online notebooks at 12:01 am on July 9. On July 19 audiences will thrill to the amusing, shocking and enlightening results created by 18 solo artists/groups, presented in two different programs. This is a great chance to enjoy a broad spectrum of work across media, and a wonderful meditation on inspiration, interpretation, and the connections and disjunctions in between.
Beer, wine and great food by culinary artists Cyndy Chan & Anna Daedalus.
Linda Austin + the Boris & Natasha Dancers:
Bill Boese, James Harrison, Dug Martell & Matt Pearson
Chris Piuma (in absentia)
Erin Boberg Doughton with Jaime Lee Christiana, Jessica Burton and Jörg Jakoby
Tim DuRoche & Lisa Radon
LiliLand (Lily Gael & Lisa Wells)
Lois Leveen & Chuck Barnes
Woolly Mammoth Comes to Dinner
Tiffany Lee Brown
Catherine Egan & Tim Parsons
Eric Matchett, Maryrose Larkin & Jake Anderson
Katie Griesar, Daniielle Vermette & Marc Weaver
Cydney Wilkes & Mike Barber