The sho: filthy / mockingbird

Oct. 18 - 20 @ 7pm

Links Hall

linkshall.ticketfly.com

photo: Matthew Gregory Hollis

design: Mikey Rioux

The sho: filthy / mockingbird

Oct. 18 - 20 @ 7pm

Links Hall

linkshall.ticketfly.com

photo: Matthew Gregory Hollis

design: Mikey Rioux

The Sho: filthy / mockingbird

Please visit the link to find out more about this project. We’ve been working very hard and can’t wait to share it with you.

a little peek. something to chew on. Danielle’s dead horse phrase.

The Sho: filthy / mockingbird

Oct 18, 19, 20

Link’s Hall

The Sho: filthy / mockingbird

John Backstrom, multimedia guru:

"I’ll be using a combination of pre-rendered digital imagery and live-manipulated visuals to create a reactive video environment for the performers in Filthy / Mockingbird. Live camera input, 3D models, cultural artifacts, and glitched recordings of the dancers will layer upon each other, blending different amounts of truth, or authenticity, relative to what is actually happening onstage. In short, the performance will inform the visuals which will contextualize the performance."

The Sho: filthy / mockingbird

rehearsal #5

The Sho: filthy/mockingbird

Coming soon!

bboysbgirls:

Gravity of Dynamic Rockers (@Drockers1979) showing you why they call him that

bboysbgirls:

Gravity of Dynamic Rockers (@Drockers1979) showing you why they call him that

(Source: vincenzobalbo)

Thankful in 3 parts.

11/22/12 

Richard Rioux July4, 1926 - July 11, 1995.

Performance at Hyde Park Art Center. Mischief Night. Oct. 27, 2012

EHG: The First Year/New Home

We are embarking on a huge journey and wanted to share our plans with you.

At the moment we are searching for a home… we think we found it and we are trying to secure it. The space is amazing. The first floor is a wide open 900 sq. ft. space. We would use this space for classes, rehearsals, and performances. Upstairs is a 900 sg. ft. three bedroom apartment that would house a visual art gallery. There is a full basement for visual art studios and a huge private backyard for outdoor gatherings and events.

The rent is not ridiculous which means we would be able to pass those savings onto you, our peers who need an affordable space to create and show work, and our patrons who want to support the arts without having to drop a whole lot of dough on ticket prices.

What we are most excited about with this space though is having an opportunity to create a bridge between the Seattle and Chicago Art worlds. We know so many lovely artists in both cities and we think they should know each other and each others work.

If you haven’t yet checked out our indiegogo fundraiser now is the perfect time:

http://www.indiegogo.com/ehg?a=1211534

We are trying to raise $50,000. Which would offset the cost of a full years programming and a lot of the first years rent. Any little bit helps. Even a dollar. There are awesome thank-you packages as well.

Also, make your way over to our facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/ehgenius

Our website will be up and running in the near future.

Thanks! EHG

EHG would like you to meet its curators and resident artists:

Danielle Hammer and Mikey Rioux