PWNW Welcomes the 10th Alembic Resident Artist Cohort!
PWNW welcomes our newest Alembic Resident Artists: JmeJames Antonick, Katherine Longstreth, and Emma Lutz-Higgins
2023 || Spring/Summer Events
Mau, June and July performance at PWNW brings us music, dance, theater, a book signing, and genre-switching!
Support Linda’s artist’s book
Dear friends and fans—Please support the creation of an artist’s book/catalog to be offered in tandem with September performances of 3 miles of possible. I need some bucks to pay for designer fees, contributor fees, printing and binding!
June 3 || Elsewhere/Otherwise || Kristen Yeung and Sadie Leigh
Elsewhere/Otherwise is a dance theatre performance, featuring original choreography and sound co-created by Kristen Yeung and Sadie Leigh. This work is a vehicle and a vessel for processing the deeply personal and universally shared experience of moving from one place to another.
Pieces of Earth We Eat || online
A short form audio-play and experimental opera written and directed by Lu Yim over the course of 2021-2022. It was recorded one performer at a time to create the illusion and possibility of chorality and togetherness. In its 12 minute run time, poetic narratives of care, where they entangle and complicate, create an erotics of…
June 24 || Imposter/Switch #3
Celebrating the imposter syndrome living in each of us and inviting artists to courageously switch disciplines with another artist. Participating artists: Ciela, Fernanda D’Agostino, Erin Boberg Doughton, Annika Mossberg, Daysmel Muniz (aka Dice) and Paul Susi.
June 11 || Antero Alli || Sacred Rites Discussion and Book Signing
In this rare public presentation, Antero will outline the principles and methods of a paratheatrical medium he has developed since 1977. He will read excerpts from his new book “Sacred Rites” — sharing his personal experiences doing this work in both non-performance and performative modalities.
May 6 || An Evening of Improvisation
An evening of improvisation at Performance Works NW reunites Oakland-based saxophonist Wilson Shook and Portland-based Jean-Paul Jenkins in duo of a free improvisation, in addition to It’s OK Girl, the project of choreographer and performer Danielle Ross with saxophonist Ben Kates, and electro-acoustic vocal improviser stephanie lavon trotter.
2023 Alembic Parent Artists!
PWNW’s Alembic Parent Artist Program is happy to introduce two dance artists who have been awarded studio time and childcare support at PWNW: local artist Latoya Lovely and visiting artist from Seattle, Kaitlin McCarthy.
RFP || Alembic Residency #10
PWNW || LAD invites artists working in original and contemporary time-based performance, whose work engages a strong movement, body, or dance-based component, to apply for the Alembic Resident Artist Program.