These are some folks from the costume workshop I facilitated on February 7th. Real pros.
If you would like to see more images from the workshop they can be found here on the ECA+’s photo stream.
02.07.2015 JP, just put it on and go go go
02.07.2015 MN and AR
02.07.2015 MD and MNL
02.07.2015 There really is nothing that CB can’t do!
This Saturday was a snow day! This workshop has been moved to February 7, 2015. Then I am leading a costume making workshop. The focus will be on reusable and found materials, “fire and ice”, and second skins. Old bed sheets and chip bags are some of my current favorite materials. “Listen to the crinkle coming from that pile.”
What: Wearable Arts Costume Workshop
Where: Eastworks, 116 Pleasant St., Easthampton, MA
With: Angela Zammarelli
When: February 7, 1-4 PM
Fee: The workshop is free and open to the public but space is limited therefore registration is required. Register here.
To read more about the workshop please go here.
There are 5 days left to donate to Lisa Clair’s “yeh’ I’ve Been Searchin’….” (A Play) Kickstater. I am doing costumes for two characters in the play. The image above is one of them in progress. Please support her (and me!). Thank you!
Inspired by Bas Jan Ader’s, “In Search of the Miraculous”; including, monsters, being lost at sea, kings, falling, narcolepsy and song.
“Yeh’, I’ve Been Searchin’…”
is a new play by Lisa Rafaela Clair who is this summer’s Artist in Residence at The University Settlement House.The play will premiere at the Performance Project , at The University Settlement House, July 25-27th, http://www.universitysettlement.org/us/programs/arts/AIR/This new play is inspired by the final work of Dutch Artist, Bas Jan Ader, who in 1975 went “In Search of the Miraculous”. He built a 13 ft. sail boat and attempted to sail across the ocean. He was lost at sea, never to be found. This play is a meditation on those who have disappeared and the people who continue to believe they may one day re-appear. It calls into question the search for the miraculous with in us all and attempts to re-write history just a bit in order to ask “What if a miracle was found?”. As part of her residency Lisa will incorporate a community chorus of senoir citizens singing original Sea Shantys. She will ask Settlement community members at various stages of life to creatively reflect on miracles, the ones they may have experienced and the ones they may be waiting for. The collected reflections, stories and imagery will be used in Clair’s production.The play will also employ a group of professional actors, singers, designers and composers to work along side the Settlement House community members.
06.29.2013 Josh’s feelings about me.
07.10.2013 framing photos for AS
07.10.2013 double fisting
I Don’t Feel Your Pain
A Failure of empathy perpetuates racial disparities.