3/9/13: Salon! You’re ON!

 

Spring is almost “Springing” and time for the Arts to BLOOM! Come join us for an evening of music, theater, visual arts and storytelling at the Eth-Noh-Tec monthly salon series! This months featured artists: Sofia Choir directed by Kay Kleinerman, presenting the graduate students in transpersonal psychology at Sofia University who come together for the love of singing. The Sofia Choir derives great joy from expressing their voices through song and from singing a variety of repertoire.

Theater artists Isaac Peacecraft and Tim Edwards perform “The Philadelphia”, the theatrical antics of the hilarious two person short play from a collection of comedies called “All In The Timing” by David Ives.

Patricia Bulitt “The Paper Dress Apology”… presents a performance art dance inspired by a horrific image from the US War in Iraq. Donned in a paper dress sculpture painted with collage and imbued with poetry, Ms Bulitt explores a path to the heart through an improvised and compassionate dance of “apology”.

Elaine Chan-Scherer creates art that connects us to the Sacred Feminine through her Red Madonna series. Her paintings and spoken word will be accompanied by the music of Chris Sequiera & Tina Smelser.

Eth-Noh-Tec kinetic story theater with Nancy Wang & Robert Kikuchi-Yngojo weave ancient myth with modern message that is lyrical and synchronous tandem telling fused with movement theater.

Date & Time: Sat Mar 9, 2013 at 7pm
Location: Eth-Noh-Tec Studio 977 South Van Ness Ave SF CA 94110
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Tickets at the door (sliding scale/ donated suggestion): $10- $25

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