- regular events in Wilmington, NC: Ecstatic Dance (Sundays 5-7pm at Spiritual Soul Center, 3403 Winston Blvd)
- April 22nd, 2023: Earthday performance at Cameron Art Museum
- Sarus Festival, August 25-28, 2023 at Cameron Art Museum
- workshops and a complete listing of all upcoming events: visit the calendar
Image credit: Carl Kruger (digital art, photography, editing)
About The evENT
"Traces of the Enmeshment: The River Home"
KEY POINTS: Live performance of sound, dance, and projection/film. Audiences are invited to participate at their leisure. Live musicians and dancers perform in the reception hall at Cameron Art Museum for 90 minutes. Audiences can sit and observe/listen or actively move and create sound with the performers.
More details about "HOW TO PARTICIPATE" in the text below.
Performers: Members of Alban Elved Dance Company and Slow Ear Ensemble (in alphabetical order): Sean Hart, Carl Kruger, Karola Luettringhaus, Allison Parker, Grant Stewart, Phil Zampino.
Additional participants will be announced closer to the event here: https://www.karolaluettringhaus.com/upcoming.html
LOGISTICS: Audiences can come and go as they please anytime during the 90 minute time window.
TICKETS: Reservations are not necessary. Just show up.
DURATION: 90 minutes
DATE: April 22nd, 2023 (EARTH DAY)
TIME: exact time tbd
LOCATION: Cameron Art Museum, Reception Hall
AUDIENCES: Open to all ages, and abilities.
Family friendly event.
Children need to be accompanied by an adult.
FEE: No admission is charged
Please consider supporting the artists with a donation (sliding scale depending on your financial means: $5-$25 per audience member is suggested and greatly appreciated. This income goes to the artists.)
CONTACT: Audiences and press can get more information by emailing us at email@example.com
ABOUT: "SOLSTICE CYCLES" - is an experimental, collaborative Improv Project between Karola Luettringhaus with Alban Elved Dance Company and Carl Kruger with the Slow Ear Ensemble.
The focus of the project is the contemplation and celebration of earthly phenomena, cycles and seasons.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE:
Seating (chairs, floor cushions, floor space) will be provided in the room. Audiences can sit, lie down, or move around. Wheelchairs can be brought into the space and positioned anywhere or move around the space with the performers. A microphone will be ready to capture those who want to participate by contributing sounds of the space, their voice, etc. Children and adults are invited to move around freely. As soon as you enter the space, consider yourself part of the performance, even as a spectator. There will be staff to assist you or answer questions. Have fun! Come play! Meditate! Dance wildly! Be curious!