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(PST)(CST)(EST)(GMT)1/14/2021 (Thurs)1/15/2021 (Fri)1/16/2021 (Sat)1/17/2021 (Sun)
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8:00 AM10:00 AM11:00 AM4:00 PMopen hang (optional)open hang (optional)open hang (optional)open hang (optional)
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8:30 AM10:30 AM11:30 AM4:30 PM---(concert prep)
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9:00 AM11:00 AM12:00 PM5:00 PMluke & aaron:
introduction
ryan ruehlen:
discussion of piece
cassia streb:
discussion of piece
Concert 1:
james creed,
"The Hollies, For Example" & "Lomond"
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9:30 AM11:30 AM12:30 PM5:30 PMannelyse gelman:
Introduction of an ongoing piece about the weather.
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10:00 AM12:00 PM1:00 PM6:00 PMdiscussion lead by nina power:
Freedom - what is freedom to you? What is the current state of play re freedom of expression/association?
discussion lead by nina power:
Honesty - must artists be honest? What is the difference between honesty and radical honesty?
discussion lead by nina power:
Truth - is there truth to be found in this world? Are we living through postmodernism?
discussion lead by nina power:
Performance - what is performance? Are we always performing? What is the relationship between authenticity and performance?
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10:30 AM12:30 PM1:30 PM6:30 PM----
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11:00 AM1:00 PM2:00 PM7:00 PM----
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11:30 AM1:30 PM2:30 PM7:30 PMfood breakfood breakfood breakfood break
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12:00 PM2:00 PM3:00 PM8:00 PM----
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12:30 PM2:30 PM3:30 PM8:30 PManne loverso:
role-playing piece
james creed:
rehearsal
masaya ozaki:
piece
anne loverso:
role-playing piece
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1:00 PM3:00 PM4:00 PM9:00 PM----
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1:30 PM3:30 PM4:30 PM9:30 PM-james falzone:
rehearsal
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Concert 2:
james falzone, "Stance & Happenstance"
ryan ruehlen, "The Weight of Falling Sand"
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2:00 PM4:00 PM5:00 PM10:00 PMopen hang (optional)---
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2:30 PM4:30 PM5:30 PM10:30 PM-open hang (optional)open hang (optional)open hang (optional)
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3:00 PM5:00 PM6:00 PM11:00 PM----
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Annelyse Gelman
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Introduction of an ongoing piece about the weather.
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James Creed
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Introduction and rehearsal of various pieces, including 'The Hollies, For Example' for performance on a virtual concert Sunday the 17th. Scores of pieces here. Any are welcome to join or listen.
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James Falzone
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Introduction and rehearsal of a new piece, 'Stance and Happenstance', for virtual performance on Sunday. Any are welcome to join or listen.
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Cassia Streb
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Introduction and discussion of an ongoing piece based on a previous piece "The Mueller Tunnel", focusing on topics of memory, and change. Any are welcome to join or listen.
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Nina Power
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Open discussions about various topics determined by Nina intersecting with her research, politics, the festival projects, and the ethics of the festival itself.
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Ryan Wade Ruehlen
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“The Weight Of Falling Sand”, 2021
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Inspired by particles of dirt that fell, and quietly resonated, onto cymbals standing under air vents. Ruehlen’s interest in the coalescing of manual labor and concentrated listening formed the initial experience into a performance where the individual, and anyone who wishes to participate, slowly empty a sandbag onto a cymbal, or resonant metal of domestic or industrial origin. Participants can fill the bag where they are able to gather soil, sand, loess, ice, snow, or cement detritus.
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Masaya Ozaki
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I often think about how I tend to withdraw into my own world, a monologue inside my head heard only by myself, or perhaps by my closest friends, family, or community. Yet, it is just a bubble. The Internet and technology had the potential to break it, but in reality the opposite happened. Social media shows us the things we want to hear, we read the news that we want to believe, we follow and listen to the people that have the same opinions as us. The world is getting smaller and simpler. It is considered to be efficient and good. It is comfortable to listen to the opinions of people like us, but it only perpetuates division. This is an experiment on breaking the bubble.
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Anne LoVerso
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A group will come together to play a worldbuilding game, to design and imagine a better future. All will participate in creating what this future looks like and how the story unfolds. How do we define "better"? What rules do we set for ourselves? What do we do when someone disagrees - in-game or out-of-game? What do we do under pressure? We won't just talk about it - we will play it out as a group collectively.
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