Anna Lee Campbell | Henry Lopez | Julian Kasier
Three amazing artists have agreed to display their work in the sanctuary OSA. Their work is available for viewing during office hours (10am - 3:30pm) and Sundays during coffee hour.
Beth Soll: ”Process, Practice, and Dance Performance”
Wednesday, June 5 (7:30-8:40pm)
Lecture/demonstration, with dancers: Karesia Batan, Emily Craver, Erin Pellechia, and Julia Sabangan. Choreographer Beth Soll will introduce the choreographic process involved in the making of her work. Ms. Soll will perform a solo with accompaniment by drummer Dewey Emadoo.
Uptown Arts Review© – ‘Uptownscapes’
Opening Reception: Thursday, June 6 (6-8pm)
Exploring the 2013 NoMAA grantees exhibition, the spectator is rewarded by a variety of artistic and conceptual approaches. The history of art is present, as is a diversity of materials. The street, music, political engagement, fantasy, community activism, feminism, love of the landscape, and social engagement are all present in some way.
Hector Canonge “Performeando”
Friday, June 7 (7-9pm)
Performace art featuring artists who identify themselves as Latino or Hispanic. A collective presentation of works dealing with notions of self representation and corporeality that defines every individual’s identity.
Uptown Production Panel: “What it takes to shoot a production uptown”
Thursday, June 13 (7-9:30pm)
Join Jonathan Ullman (writer, director, and producer of Trouble In The Heights) with Aaron Levine (co-producer) & Beck Hickey (creator of MTV’s Washington Heights), Frank Nibbs (Heights Entertainment producer) and Mike Diaz (Juan Bago and O videos). Moderated by Led Black