All events at PWNW unless otherwise specified
4625 SE 67th Ave. ║ Portland, OR 97206 map
Sat. January 11 10am-1pm
$15- $30 Pay what you can
Movement improvisation strategies for an experiential approach to the 4 elements in order to set “magical” intentions for the New Year, expand our personal movement vocabulary and develop performance presence.
More Info HERE
Please register in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Austin Dance
Jan. 16-18 & 23-25
Thurs-Sat at 8pm
plus an additional performance Sat. Jan. 25 at 4pm
Advance tickets HERE
a world a world invites audiences into a hyperactive landscape saturated by shards of movement, image, and language, a tumult that stutters and sputters out, yielding to a spacious, minimal, and meditative world. Choreography: Linda Austin in collaboration with the dancers
Dancers: Linda Austin, claire barrera, Muffie Delgado Connelly, Nancy Ellis, Hannah Krafcik, Danielle Ross, Noelle Stiles
Sound landscape: Seth Nehil
Visual design and costumes: Sarah Marguier
PWNW Public Access
January 29, 30, 31
February 5, 6, 7
TICKETS: $15; $10 students/seniors
fertilegroundpdx.org (starting in January)
This dark comedy, about how bad decisions always make perfect sense—until they really don’t—follows a family scattered to the winds, and fumbling to find themselves after the weight of the family secret has become too much to bear.
Dearly Departed is the sixteenth original two-act play from Spring 4th Productions’ writing/performing team Tobin Gollihar and Ian Paul Sieren.
Sunday Feb. 2 at 2pm
$5-$15 at the door
Music & Dance improvisations accompanied by coffee, tea, and bagels!
Allie Hankins + Caspar Sonnet
Tracy Broyles + Adrian Hutapea + jaime lee christiana
Luke Gutgsell + Kennedy Verrett
Saturday, February 15 at 8 pm
Sunday, February 16 at 3 pm
Sliding scale $15-$25
he moves like the ocean is a performance that includes video, audio, drawings and improvised dance and music. The project is an exploration of the movement of a child and the way his movements are perceived in a normative culture. Musicians and dancers take on the child’s movement and explore it through their bodies, expressing and translating the beauty of his play and imagination. Project conceived and directed by Amy Conway. More info HERE
Saturday, February 29, at 7pm
Ashland-based performer/composer Tessa Brinckman brings a new solo work to Portland and joins members of the Extradition Ensemble for a group performance.
> Tessa Brinckman, Box | Grown Men Sing (2019): A 35 minute electro-acoustic meditation on loss, exploring the meta-politics of solitary confinement and climate change, performed by the composer (bass flute, waterphone, recordings of three survivors, fixed audio + video)
> Eva-Maria Houben, Haiku for Seven (2003–2019): A simultaneous realization of solo scores from the composer’s Haiku series, performed by Tessa Brinckman (flutes), Loren Chasse (percussion), Lee Elderton (clarinet), Annie Gilbert (trombone), Matt Hannafin (percussion), Jacob Mitas (viola), and Collin Oldham (cello)
Alembic Artists Program
SAVE THE DATES for one of the highlights of our year! Witness what our Alembic Artists have been making in our studio during their residency. Alembic Resident Artist Cohort #7 is catherine ross, Maggie Heath, and Sarah Brahim.
PWNW Public Access
Friday & Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 2pm
An interdisciplinary collaborative performance featuring Tracy Broyles, Adrian Hutapea and jaime lee christiana. Since the First Sunrise tells an abstract and dreamlike story of how we are all connected to the same simple spark. Evocative movement, theatrical imagery, and live music are framed within an installation of yarn, color, light, weaving, and video.