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The Tomb and the Womb: May 4, 2013

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

I am performing “Covering Lisa” and an adaptation of my signature aerial piece with the Floating Mountain Poets in their spring show entitled The Tomb and the Womb.

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Saturday, May 4 2013 at 8:00pm
Tin Can Studio
3130 Airport Way S #510 Seattle, WA 98134
(206) 909-5744

Based on the poetry series “Death Songs” by David Jones (How Art Saved My Life), this evening of performance will weave stories of Death and Resurrection through spoken word poetry, music, belly dance, aerial performances and more.

Featuring performances by Sway Pendulum, Courtnee Papastathis, David Jones, Kendra Hayes, Eric “Coyote” Paulsen, Mishabae, Terry Johnson, Kerry Cox, Leopold, Eileen Fix, Tom Nivison, Mark Mizrahi and more!

Tickets $10 at the door or via brownpapertickets

Brown Paper Tickets link: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/363145
FaceBook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/343963532391838/

Tin Can Studio is located in the Old Rainier Brewery, a refurbished arts complex which features a large green “T” visible from I-5 and all of SODO. It is directly across from the light rail depot and the light rail Beacon Hill tunnel entrance in SODO. For further directions, see their website.

Call to Action: Help us bring you SEAF 2013

Monday, March 25th, 2013

Most people who will read this won’t need me to explain what SEAF is, or why it’s important to our community. You know and love the festival in both similar and different ways than I do, and have your own reasons to cherish and support it. Through constant growth, different venues, directions, and focuses, SEAF has been a fixture in many of our lives for over 10 years.

What I like most about the Seattle Erotic art Festival is that it provides opportunity for people to experience erotic art in ways that generally aren’t available to the public, and to be deeply, often profoundly affected by that experience. This includes the patrons, guests, and volunteers, often including the artists who participate as well.

Moreso than many a conventional art festival or gallery show, I believe that SEAF has and will continue to transform the lives of the people who discover and honor their humanity through the unique opportunities it presents. This event holds a special, complex place in my heart and the hearts of many, many others both in the Seattle area and far beyond.

Last year, in its 10th anniversary event, the Seattle Erotic Art Festival stretched significantly, spanning to two weekends. It was incredibly successful from the point of view of reaching out to more people, giving them an opportunity to learn about the Festival and the Foundation for Sex Positive Culture, the 501(c)(3) organization which puts the Festival on.

While expanding has broadened SEAF’s reach, it has also made our operating capital extremely low. We have revenue all year long and are budgeted to return a small surplus this year, but our current lack of cash flow means that our management and creative leaders (including myself) are spending too much time averting small crises over money rather than on delivering the event to our community.

We have incorporated much of the feedback received regarding what our patrons want and what new things you’d like to see. As a creative team, we are designing the whole Festival to be more interactive and soulful, having intimate settings and ambient performances rather than a large stage show, and showcasing the artwork consistently throughout the event. Through this process I am often giddy with excitement at what we have in store for you.

With that said, I would like to take this opportunity to remind you that we are always gratefully accepting donations of any amount through the following avenues:

  • Checks mailed to FSPC, 1602 15th Ave West, Seattle, WA 98119
  • You can donate by credit card over the phone by calling 206.274.4525
  • Or online through amazon payments http://www.thefspc.org/support/

Please also consider becoming a member of the Art Activist Society for as little as $250. This is a way for you to help us now, and also enjoy the benefits of gifts that keep on giving, which include access to next year’s Art Activists Black Tie Affair, the annual Art Activist appreciation event of which I recently directed performances and performed.

Your donations to the FSPC are tax deductible, and will not stop just at helping us ensure that our beloved SEAF happens for 2013 — having a successful Festival also furthers the Foundations mission to promote the many ways sex is beneficial through education, outreach, the arts, advocacy, and research programs that serve the public.

Thank you for considering my request! Please do what you can to help – share this post, donate money, and encourage your friends to do the same.

Courtnee Papastathis / Performance Director
Foundation for Sex Positive Culture
courtnee@seattleerotic.org

Red Room Masquerade: Feb 22, 2013

Friday, January 25th, 2013

What: I’m performing my signature aerial act on red silks.
When: February 22 at 8:00pm
Where: EM Fine Arts in Seattle, Washington, 410 Dexter Avenue North, Seattle, Washington 98109
Why: Fundraising for the Center for Sex Positive Culture
How: $25 general admission $50 VIP

The Foundation for Sex Positive Culture Board of Directors will hold their annual fundraiser. With sexy entertainment, live and silent auctions, erotic prizes and a no host bar. VIP Ticket-holders get preferred seating and sexy servers from the Libertine Social Club

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4 week Intro to Aerial: Starting Sept 9, 2012

Sunday, August 12th, 2012

Versatile Arts Just added another 4 week intro series to the calendar: Sundays at 3 pm starting 9/9 with me. Register at https://my.versatilearts.net/register/login.php

Feeling Good – Video from my recent performance

Sunday, August 5th, 2012

In addition to this awesome picture taken by Aerial Nurse, the video of my singing performance at the Versatile Arts staff show (And Now For Something Completely Different) is now available, and it wasn’t too bad!

2012 Staff show – Courtnee, Feeling Good. from Beverly Sobelman on Vimeo.

As most are aware, video cameras don’t have the best audio — so here is a better version of my cover of “Feeling Good” by Nina Simone, though it is a studio recording I did the night after the show.

And now for something completely different!

Wednesday, July 11th, 2012


VA STAFF SHOW!
Versatile Arts
7601 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, Washington 98103
Two nights, July 27 and 28.
Doors at 7:30, show at 8 pm sharp.

Cost is $16 in advance by credit card, $20 cash or check at the door.

It’s time for the annual Versatile Arts staff show! This time, we challenged our talented aerial instructors to not just come up with new acts, but to perform on a new apparatus or in a new situation on an old apparatus (e.g., doubles instead of solo). You’ll see all-new acts, and in many cases, you’ll see folks performing in ways they’ve never done before!

We’ve also got some very special guest performers, including some of the four-legged variety. You won’t want to miss this!

Cost is $16 in advance by credit card, $20 cash or check at the door. Whether you prefer to pay in advance or at the door, you may reserve your seats here:

http://www.versatilearts.net/rsvp/staffshow.php

Remember a FB rsvp does NOT hold you a seat.

“V” — The Poco Show

Tuesday, July 10th, 2012

Welp, it’s finally here, the show is up.

The installation logistically went well, though it took a lot longer than I would have liked. Many thanks to Chris Rudesill for dropping by and lending a hand towards the end. Chris also stepped in to help with the frame for Life in a Box, on a pretty tight schedule, after many design nightmares that precluded the hanging solution from being as technical as I originally wanted.

Visually, the art looks pretty damn good. Poco is a small but tall space, and I couldn’t help but feel a little emasculated with how compact some of the larger pieces looked once they were hung. They felt much bigger when I was schlepping them around. :P

The lighting as well as the finish on the walls could use some fine tuning for sure, which is apparent even more in the iPhone pictures I took than in person. I hope they eventually do polish up, but it felt about right for Poco being a Wine Bar/Gallery, rather than the other way around.

Some highlights:

  • This show, “V”, illustrates 5 distinct art styles of mine: Swirl painting, Bubbles painting, Bloodwork, Photographs printed on aluminum, and Canvas prints which I hand stretched and  embellished with acrylics.
  • I utilized the space more creatively as far as anything I’ve seen there, including using vinyl decals to announce the show on a sliding wall that otherwise has been unusable.
  • Adding to the presentation and depth of the technical effort here, the labels by each piece of art are laser cut acrylic, which I designed and cut with the machine myself at Metrix Create:Space.
  • My bloodwork installation looks particularly amazing when it’s dark outside. Upstairs, along the bench seats!
  • I’m also showing photography, near the patio door.
  • As is the usual for me, at the last minute I got distracted by inspiration — and a unique visual style as well. Be sure to check out the bathroom if you go see the show, which will be up until August.

Poco Wine Room (http://www.pocowineroom.com)
1408 East Pine St (between 14th and 15th)
Seattle, WA 98122
(206) 322-9463

Blitz Capitol Hill Arts Walk: July 12th

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012

I am pleased to be a part of this months Blitz: Capitol Hill Arts Walk in Seattle on Thursday July 12th!

Life in a Box, in addition to an awesome selection of my paintings, affordable hand-embellished canvas prints, and aluminum-printed photographs, will be on display between the second-Thursdays of July and August, 2012, at Poco Wine Room.

My show, entitled “V”, will be available for preview starting Monday, July 9th.

Poco Wine Room (http://www.pocowineroom.com)
1408 East Pine St (between 14th and 15th)
Seattle, WA 98122
(206) 322-9463

http://blitzcapitolhill.com/

“V” Art opening, July 9

Monday, June 25th, 2012

Monday, July 9, 2012
4:00pm until 11:00pm

Poco Wine Room
1408 E Pine St, Seattle, Washington 98122
https://www.facebook.com/events/376909559038539/

For the month of July 2012, a selection of my artwork is being shown at Poco Wine Room in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle.

The “V” show highlights five of my distinct styles and mediums, including photography, bloodwork, and affordable hand embellished wrapped canvas prints of my original paintings.

Tank Girl date Night, June 30

Monday, June 25th, 2012

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Who: Zita the Aerialist performs silks
What: Tank Girl Date Night
When: Saturday, June 30, 2012 · 7:30pm – 11:00pmm
Where: Versatile Arts
7601 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, Washington 98103
Cost: $5 donation at the door

Door at 7:30, show at 8 pm, movie to follow.

What says summertime better than a post-apocalyptic movie about killer mutant kangaroos? I will be performing silks at this event.

This date night will feature several aerial acts set to music from the awesome Tank Girl soundtrack (and some other fabulous acts as well), and then we will settle in to watch the movie. Movie trivia: this movie features Naomi Watts, before she was famous, as a raven-haired mechanic. A cult favorite!

This is a shoes-off event so wear cute socks! Tank-Girl-themed costumes encouraged.
You are welcome to bring snacks and drinks, but bottles will be left downstairs to avoid massive spillage.

Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/135556166580108/
Note: your facebook RSVP does NOT hold you a seat at this event. You must use our online form:

http://www.versatilearts.net/rsvp/rsvp.php

These events do tend to sell out, so reserve your seat now!

Aerial Introduction class: Sundays at 3pm!

Monday, April 30th, 2012

I’ll be teaching an additional 4 week intro series this summer at Versatile Arts on Sundays from 3:00 to 4:30pm starting June 3rd.

In this class, you will learn the basics of working on the trapeze, the rope, and the tissu. It will cover all the skills you need in order to join one of our level 1 classes. Register online now!

http://www.versatilearts.net/register/intro.php

This series costs $100 for four 90-minute classes and prepayment is required. You can either pay with a credit card when you register or you can send your payment in within 5 days of registering.

If you don’t send your payment in, your spot in the class will be given to somebody else. This class is extremely popular and it fills up fast.

Your other payment options (other than credit card at time of online reservation) are:

  • Mail a check to Versatile Arts; 7601 Greenwood Ave N, Suite 103; Seattle, WA 98103
  • PayPal to versatile.arts@gmail.com. (If you can afford to add a few dollars to cover paypal’s cut (3%), you will earn good karma points.)
  • Cash or check delivered to the studio. Please contact us to find out a good time to come by and drop off your payment.

If you miss out on this class, you can join the announcement list to find out about upcoming sessions: http://groups.google.com/group/versatile-arts-intro-announce

Spring showing: Red Chair Salon

Saturday, April 28th, 2012

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324 15th Ave E
Ste 104
(between Thomas St & Harrison St)
Seattle, WA 98112
Neighborhood: Capitol Hill
(206) 922-2427

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Aerial Introduction class: Thursdays at 6:30!

Monday, April 23rd, 2012

I’ll be teaching the next intro series at Versatile Arts on Thursdays from 6:30 to 8:00pm starting May 24th. In this class, you will learn the basics of working on the trapeze, the rope, and the tissu. It will cover all the skills you need in order to join one of our level 1 classes. Register online now!

http://www.versatilearts.net/register/intro.php

This series costs $100 for four 90-minute classes and prepayment is required. You can either pay with a credit card when you register or you can send your payment in within 5 days of registering.

If you don’t send your payment in, your spot in the class will be given to somebody else. This class is extremely popular and it fills up fast.

Your other payment options (other than credit card at time of online reservation) are:

  • Mail a check to Versatile Arts; 7601 Greenwood Ave N, Suite 103; Seattle, WA 98103
  • PayPal to versatile.arts@gmail.com. (If you can afford to add a few dollars to cover paypal’s cut (3%), you will earn good karma points.)
  • Cash or check delivered to the studio. Please contact us to find out a good time to come by and drop off your payment.

If you miss out on this class, you can join the announcement list to find out about upcoming sessions: http://groups.google.com/group/versatile-arts-intro-announce

Aerial Improv Contest

Tuesday, April 17th, 2012

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This year’s amazing judges’ panel includes: Armitage Shanks (Dog and Pony Show Productions), Martha Enson (En-Joy Productions) and the always-fabulous Tamara the Trapeze Lady representing VA.

Doors at 7:00, show starts promptly at 7:30.
Cost: $10
RSVP here to ensure a seat – note that Facebook RSVPs do NOT count.
http://www.versatilearts.net/rsvp/rsvp.php

PERFORMERS: please email improv@versatilearts.net if you have questions or are interested in participating. Preregistration is encouraged but not required. This is a great chance to be seen by Seattle’s biggest circus event producers, and it’s a ton of fun as well. And did we mention CASH PRIZES

CURRENT PROJECT: Life in a Box

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

Life in a Box; a mixed media project made possible by Kickstarter.

My deepest gratitude goes to my Kickstarter backers: Pam Anderson, David Lydon, Gail Lydon, Colby Perry, Greg Rubin, Omri Alon, Michaela Eaves, Jon Nelson, Colleen Mathis, Scott Steffy, Robert Scott, Roseanne Edson, Ryan Lane, Daniele, Butangas, and The WILD SIDE Foundation.

I was riding the bus into work, bemoaning the abysmal weather and generally having a rough time of things, when I noticed how beautiful the water and condensation on the bus window was. For the next 20 minutes, I took pictures of the window with varying scenes behind it, producing a collection of abstract images.

Thanks to Kickstarter, the creation of these images into an art installation was made possible.

Life in a Box will be on display for the month of July 2012 at Poco Wine Room as part of the Blitz: Capitol Hill Arts Walk in Seattle on Thursday July 12th through August 7th.

1408 East Pine St (between 14th and 15th)
Seattle, WA 98122
(206) 322-9463
http://www.pocowineroom.com

(view past projects here)

Take care of you,
-nee

John Cornicello: My Sweet Prince

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

Taken as I sang my cover of “My Sweet Prince”, by Placebo, during my November 2011 show “Embodied”.

Embodied, Nov 9/10

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

Embodied is a one-woman show illustrating a musical journey, and a rare public performance including much of my original music and distinctive cover songs. It depicts the sense of the personality fragmentation in youth, and the experience of slowly piecing ones self together to truly be a whole person. There will be live music, stunning visuals, palpable energy and an aerial performance. Anyone who enjoys being moved by the dark, melancholy, and profound will love this show.

Artist, performer, director and writer: Courtnee Papastathis (also as Zita the Aerialist)
Sound Engineering, back-up: Edgars Klepers
Visuals and Lights: Courtnee Papastathis and Miked Up Productions.

November 9th and 10th. 2011
8pm – 10pm

FRED Wildlife Refuge
127 Boylston St
Seattle, WA 98102

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Tickets are $20 at Brown Paper Tickets and at the door, space permitting.

ABOUT THE MUSIC:
I first emerged on mp3.com as “Not Applicable” in 1999, with my first track Infinite Reality immediately topping the ambient electronic charts. Over the next few years through mp3.com, two albums were released; Point of Origin in 2000, and Altercations in 2001.

Until the 2008 limited edition self released album “Songs of Leaving”, my first album in 8 years, I’ve mostly favored covers and lending vocals to other artists. In 2001 I produced vocals for The Dream Traveler (Joey Fehrenbach) for the tracks Structure and Headpusher. Described as “impressive and emotive”, both Structure and Headpusher were released together as a well-received single through Fade records in 2003. Headpusher was featured on Nick Warren’s Global Underground release Reykjavik.

In 2002, I sang on Scribe Machine’s album Replicant for the stand-out track Fragile, a top 10 hit on many college radio stations, which was later released as a Maxi-single through Plan B and Tower Records.

“Not Applicable (Courtnee Papastathis) is a spectacular and rather cinematic experience. The central texture is influence by Tangerine Dream & Brian Eno and periodically altering its orientation to Phillip Glass & Steve Riech. My favorite part of this music is the mysterious tension of the hauntingly beautiful vocalization. The Music takes occasional ominous sounding detours into new age, and even flirts with electronic windham styling. But the overall aesthetic is still very original.” – The Big Roll

“Not Applicable is a one-woman band (Courtnee Fallon Papastathis) who possesses the unique ability to virtually freeze time with her moving, highly emotional ambient landscapes.” – Digital DriveThru Essentials

“Not Applicable’s Courtnee Fallon Papastathis writes highly emotional ambient music, combining dreamy tones with an unforgettably beautiful voice.” – Mp3.com Spotlight

“For an album that has not one word, it still seems to speak to you; The music has a way of speaking its message through the pitch and emotion in the vocals rather than poetry. Point of Origin is the death of a loved one and the regret our minds ponder, the things that are spiraling around our subconscious every day. Not Applicable is a musical form of these” – Azriel J. Knight

Embodied was made possible by the generous donations of my Kickstarter Backers. Endless thank-you’s.

LRS, July 8

Saturday, July 2nd, 2011

What: Little Red Speakeasy
When: Friday, July 8 · 8:30pm – 12am
Where: Hengst Studio
1506 Franklin Ave. E.
Seattle, WA 98102
How: Cost is $20, RSVP to Jeff Hengst jeff@littleredbistro.com

I’ll be participating in the Speakeasy this month. I’m unsure exactly what I’ll be performing, but with all the stuff that’s been going on lately it seems like a really good idea to give myself some stage time for catharsis. I suspect some black silks action and a live performance of my most recent cover song.

The cost is $20, and RSVP goes to Jeff Hengst.

The underlying mission of The Little Red Studio is to celebrate the intersection between art and erotic energy in a relaxed and positive space. What makes The Little Red Studio work is that models, artists, and guests are in an unconventional environment with the utmost of mutual respect. 18+ (It ain’t a sex club people, but you may see a nipple or three.). Here there is no fourth wall, and in being so a whole new world is opened up for both guests and the artists alike.

The monthly “Speakeasy” events continue to delight and infuse our audiences with a sense of artistic indulgence and fun social interaction. If you haven’t been to one in awhile, you may want to come check it out again and experience the new things, while relaxing into the familiar. If you’ve never been to one – now is the time to come see for yourself what Little Red Studio is truly all about.

The performances will amuse, mystify and perhaps even move you, while the opportunities to engage your senses will tickle your inner artist and open your heart. The Speakeasy events are part party, part performance, part spa experience and all kinds of in between. Bring some close friends and make a night of making new ones.

July showing

Saturday, July 2nd, 2011

Currently, my paintings can be seen at the EM Fine Art gallery in Seattle, Washington as part of their “Divine Feminine” showing.

EM Fine Art Gallery
410 Dexter Ave N
Seattle, Washington

They will be on display and for sale through EM Fine Art until August 1, 2011.

Faire 6/10

Saturday, June 4th, 2011

What: Zita the Aerialist, accompanied by cello and poetry
When: Friday, June 10, beginning 9pm (I’ll be performing around 10:45)
Where: Faire Gallery Cafe 206.652.0781
1351 E Olive Way
Seattle, WA

Cost: $5 donation suggested

I’ll be performing aerial alongside the Floating Mountain Poets, accompanied by cello (YAY!!) and spoken word. Poets include kerry cox and david jones (Seen in my most recent show, How Art Saved My Life, in Jan 2011), dobbie reese norris, terry johnson, noel parkinson, lydia swartz, solo gyrl, tom nivison, tito titus, mishabae mahoney. It’s a free and informal event. PLEASE STOP BY TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT!

RHoK, 6/3

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

Who: Zita the aerialist
When: Friday June 3, 7-11pm
Where: Georgetown Ballroom 5623 Airport Way S
Cost: FREE!

Reception details:
There will be aerials, acrobalance, juggling, and sweet tunes interspersed with presentations from NASA, Google, GWOB, Microsoft, and Crisis Commons VIPs. Entrance is free but beer is not. Must be 21+ to attend the reception. We’ll start at 19:00 and run until 23:30.

Little Red Speakeasy, 5/13

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

What: Little Red Speakeasy
When: Friday, May 13· 8:30pm – 12am
Where: Hengst Studio
1506 Franklin Ave. E.
Seattle, WA 98102
How: Cost is $20, RSVP to Jeff Hengst jeff@littleredbistro.com

I am deeply pleased to be returning to LRS in its most distilled, raw formula to sing and perform my signature aerial act. You may also catch me painting throughout the evening as well, surrounded by friends and artists and creative energy.

The cost is $20, and RSVP goes to Jeff Hengst.

The underlying mission of The Little Red Studio is to celebrate the intersection between art and erotic energy in a relaxed and positive space. What makes The Little Red Studio work is that models, artists, and guests are in an unconventional environment with the utmost of mutual respect. 18+ (It ain’t a sex club people, but you may see a nipple or three.). Here there is no fourth wall, and in being so a whole new world is opened up for both guests and the artists alike.

The monthly “Speakeasy” events continue to delight and infuse our audiences with a sense of artistic indulgence and fun social interaction. If you haven’t been to one in awhile, you may want to come check it out again and experience the new things, while relaxing into the familiar. If you’ve never been to one – now is the time to come see for yourself what Little Red Studio is truly all about.

The performances will amuse, mystify and perhaps even move you, while the opportunities to engage your senses will tickle your inner artist and open your heart. The Speakeasy events are part party, part performance, part spa experience and all kinds of in between. Bring some close friends and make a night of making new ones.

James Bond Date Night, Fri, May 27th

Friday, April 8th, 2011

Who: Chimera
What: Date Night at Versatil Arts
When: Friday, May 27 · 7:30pm – 10:30pm
Where: The Cathedral
7601 Greenwood Ave N, Suite 103
Seattle, WA

You won’t know who to trust at this event teeming with secret agents and double-crossers. Our versions of 007 may not be skiing down the Alps with machine guns or scuba diving in tuxedos, but they will show you some thrilling aerial escapades never seen in any Bond flick.

Since there are so very many movies to choose from, we’ll be sending out a poll to all attendees the week of the show. Make sure to RSVP so that you get a chance to vote – and to guarantee yourself a seat since these shows do tend to fill up.

RSVP using our handy new on-line tool:
http://www.versatilearts.net/rsvp/rsvp.php

Please note that Facebook RSVPs do NOT count. You must use the tool above to be on the list for the show.

Doors at 7:30 PM, show starts promptly at 8. Movie to follow around 9.
Cost is $5 – the cheapest date in town!

BYOB, and feel free to bring snacks and pillows or low chairs for the movie if you decide to stay for it. You are always welcome to just come for the aerial performance, however.

Monster Art and Clothing Feb 12

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

Who: Monster Art and  Clothing in Ballard
What: http://www.monsterartandclothing.com
When: Saturday, Feb 12, 6:30 to 9:30
Where: 5000 20th Ave NW, Ballard

I’ll be performing aerial in this awesome little clothing and art store for the Ballard Art Walk, Saturday Feb 12. Last time I was there was in Nov of 2009, and it was a blast. See you there.

How Art Saved My Life

Thursday, December 23rd, 2010

Photo by Chris Clark

“How Art Saved My Life” takes place in a collective mind space. The show is an amplified illustration of the moment in time where you stare into a black hole and choose life. The setting is the mind, in dreamspace, fantasy, plugged into the matrix, whatever you want to think of it. The stories told are amplifications, illustrations, depictions, of that moment, when art saved “you”, and the moments before and after it. The show flows in a liquid motion toward progress and self acceptance and is sure to move, inspire, and entertain.

January 15, 2011 7:00 PM
Youngstown Cultural Arts Center
4408 Delridge Way
Seattle, WA 98126

$12 ADVANCED AT BROWN PAPER TICKETS
$15 CASH ONLY at the door.

Current Show | Vita Arts.