Saturday, June 4, 2011

"Eagle Woman Poems" Installation/Performance at Co-Lab, Saturday, July 30

613 Allen St.
Austin, TX 78702

Saturday, July 30, 2011
Installation On View 7-11PM
Performance 8PM
Talkback and Reception 9PM

No reservations necessary.

Eagle Woman lives in a landfill. It is her job to make sense of the mess. This is what women do. It is what words do. These are the poetics of sifting through the filth.

But is an eagle capable of such a task?

This performance art event will consist of an eagle's attempts at poetry in time and space.

Based on Goodnow's collaboration with the Generic Ensemble Company in July 2010: "Eagle Woman Poems: an in-progress showing."

This project is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Cultural Arts Division.

Site-Specific WIP at Jump-Start Performance Co., San Antonio, TX

Site-Specific Wednesday-in-Performance/Works-in-Progress 

Natalie Goodnow, Movimiento Cihuatl, Dino Foxx

June is Site-Specific W-I-P!

The audience will be taken on a mini performance tour in the Blue Star Arts Space, where the performing artists will perform outside in varying locations within the complex.  Afterward, the audience will be directed inside the theater for a CRP guided discussion with the artists.

June 29, 2011
7 p.m.

No reservations are necessary

$5 general
$3 student/senior
108 Blue Star

San Antonio, TX 78204

210-227-JUMP (5867)

San Antonio Dance Umbrella

W-I-P (Works-In-Progress/Wednesdays-In-Performance) is a long-running collaboration between Jump-Start Performance Co. and San Antonio Dance Umbrella. It is a monthly lab space for new, in-progress dance and other movement-based performance works accompanied by a facilitated post-performance discussion. W-I-P is known for its eclecticism: modern dancers, belly dancers and performance artists have performed in the same evening and been inspired by each other, as well as expanding the audience's perception of performance.

Jump-Start Performance Co. is funded in part by grants from The Department of Arts and Cultural Affairs, City of San Antonio, The Texas Commission on the Arts, and The National Endowment of the Arts.

The San Antonio Dance Umbrella is funded in part by the Office of Cultural Affairs, the Texas Commission on the Arts and by its members who represent the best in the San Antonio Dance Community.