We are interested in including our audience in our process through community-centered workshops in each collaborators’ medium. We offer the following workshops as part of the Water Stories experience.
All experience levels are encouraged
and welcome to join in the learning!
All materials included!
Sunday March 20 – 12-3pm
w/ Amabelle Aguiluz
In this workshop participants will learn how to create handmade tassel fringe that can be used to decorate clothing, fabrics, and accessories as well as to use in their artworks. You will design and create a unique necklace from recycled fiber. All supplies will be provided but participants are encouraged to bring any yarn they would like to use.
Sunday March 27 – 12-3pm
w/ Louis Lopez
Exploring music creation through found sounds
Participants will be actively guided through the world of field recording, sampling, and music making. The workshop will include:
-building water proof contact microphones (all materials will be provided)
-exploring creative concepts and applications of found sounds
-a brief history of notable sound artists and their influence on music culture
-demonstration of equipment and recording techniques with a focus on affordable DIY solutions.
The workshop will culminate with a curated collaboration of found sounds in our residency space and the surrounding neighborhood.
Sunday April 3 – 12-3pm
B & B – MOVEMENT RESEARCH
w/ Stephanie Zaletel
Blood & Breath (B & B) is a movement-meditation practice taught by Stephanie Zaletel utilizing guided improvisation to warm the body and stimulate the brain from within. The practice increases stamina, balance, creative thinking, and flexibility and can be exercised in any space. B&B challenges the dancer/mover to work from an intrinsic, molecular level in order to access their minimum and maximum ranges with an acute sensitivity to time and space. Students will have the opportunity to create and show their own physical ideas later in the workshop.