Sunday, January 03, 2010

Write To Move

Write to Move
Life Drawing for Writers presented by Untitled [Intersection]
2nd Fridays @ The Phinney Center
7-8PM: Writing from Movement
8-9PM: Optional Sharing
Fee: $5 drop-in

Art Walk
Untitled [Intersection] has moved to 2nd Fridays to coincide with The Greenwood Art Walk. We’re still at The Phinney Center and now a part of art walk. There’s more reason than ever to come out on a 2nd Friday--a gallery opening, a live event and an opportunity to make (and share) art!

2nd Fridays
Join us every 2nd Fridays at 7pm @ The Phinney Center for Write to Move, a living, breathing version of Untitled [Intersection]. The models move and the audience breathes and responds. It’s life drawing for writers. Anyone interested in witnessing and responding to movement is welcome—teachers, poets, writers, performers, improv, visual artists, general audiences too! All levels. $5 to join. Donations support the performers & The Phinney Center. Each month features a different artist from the rich community of performance artists in Seattle.

What To Bring / What To Expect
Bring your own supplies (paper, pen, rhyming dictionary, charcoal, watercolors). Prepare to work, unguided, for an hour in a spacious studio along fellow artists.
At 7pm, the performer begins to move. Artists circle around and respond by writing, drawing or preparing scores for movement.
At 8pm, the performer stops moving and joins the circle. Artists are invited to share work and discuss methods.

Respond
Write to Move challenges poets, performance artists and audiences to respond to movement and share their responses. It’s part exercise, part practice and part translation. It’s a real experience.

2010 WINTER/SPRING - PERFORMER SCHEDULE
22 January – Wylin Daigle
26 February – Vanessa DeWolf & Kris Wheeler
12 March – Betty Jo Constanzo
9 April – Beth Graczyk
14 May – Christian Swenson
11 June – TBA

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