Event Type Community Event
Join us in Sequoyah Hall on Thursday January 13th from 5-7pm for an exhibition fundraiser benefitting Leverett Elementary. This exhibit will feature work by Ray Easley centered around memory and
Join us in Sequoyah Hall on Thursday January 13th from 5-7pm for an exhibition fundraiser benefitting Leverett Elementary. This exhibit will feature work by Ray Easley centered around memory and the Leverett basketball courts. For details or to support this fundraiser visit www.rayeasley/com/wegotspirit
We will also have several artists participating in open studios for the evening! Make it an evening of art by also heading over to FENIX Arts to see the national exhibition “Women to Watch: Paper Routes” !
This exhibition will be on display by appointment through January 31st.
(Thursday) 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
A dance-theatre workshop toward collective devising & performance 14 & 15 January 2022 6 - 9 pm Price for 2 day workshop: $100 or $50 each day TICKETS HERE Creative Spaces NWA Mount
A dance-theatre workshop toward collective devising & performance
14 & 15 January 2022 6 – 9 pm
Price for 2 day workshop: $100 or $50 each day
Creative Spaces NWA Mount Sequoyah, Fayetteville, Arkansas www.heideealsdorf.com As a culmination of her experiences in Central and Southern Europe with various artist collectives Heidee Alsdorf offers Collective Performance & Play, a dance-theatre workshop designed to raise questions about boundaries and binaries existing in conventional theatre and dance spaces. This workshop is appropriate for a variety of adult individuals from student performers, to performing professional, and curious individuals with no prior experience. The workshop engages participants in a shared commitment to listen, and take care of each other, ourselves, and our shared space while facilitating individual and group expressions thru work with body and voice. We will explore contemporary performance skills such as spacial shaping and relationship, timing, rhythm, and repetition, as well as simple somatic tools for centering, grounding, and listening. With these tools, we play a game in which our creative decision making processes are the playground. Proceeds go to the support of the artist’s residency at Creative Spaces NWA. Price for two days: $100 Contact for booking: Jessica DeBari 479-443-4531 – email@example.com
Month Long Event (january)
Join us on January 21st at 6:30pm in Millar Lodge for the premiere of an entirely new work created during Heidee Alsdorf's residency at Mount Sequoyah's Creative Spaces. Masks will
Join us on January 21st at 6:30pm in Millar Lodge for the premiere of an entirely new work created during Heidee Alsdorf’s residency at Mount Sequoyah’s Creative Spaces. Masks will be required for this event. Tickets are only $10. You can also donate toward future residencies to ensure exciting new creative work happens in our community!
Everything Is Terrible! Friday February 11 at Clapp Auditorium Doors at 7pm / Show at 8pm Tickets HERE $15 advance tickets / $20 doors Everything is Terrible! is the video and performance
Everything is Terrible! is the video and performance collective that is responsible for some of the internet’s most hilarious and bizarre videos. EIT! has posted daily re-edits for 11 years that have been culled from the mountains of dead media on the verge of abandonment by humanity. Some of their most widely shared videos include the creepy yoga farmer Yogi Ogi Dogi, the pedophile-hunting Yellow Dino, Cat Massage, Pubic Hair Dying, and of course, the demi-child-god Duane.
Beyond creating what the CBC called ‘The best site ever’, Everything Is Terrible! has also collected over 24,000 Jerry Maguire VHS tapes that will one day live in a permanent pyramid in the desert. Their Jerry Maguire Video Store immersive art installation in Los Angeles was praised by The New York Times, Vice, ABC News, The Paris Review, and more. EIT!’s legion of cult-like followers drive for hours with offerings of hundreds of Jerrys to their one-of-a-kind live experiences which showcase their videos, costumes, puppets, performances, and insane worldview. They have made 7 feature length movies and their most recent, The Great Satan (2018) was called “a masterpiece’’ by both Film Threat and The Chicago Reader.
(Friday) 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Mount Sequoyah Center
150 N Skyline Drive