Posts tagged art
Posts tagged art
Borbay’s hour-long painting condensed to a less than a minute time-lapse at ARTPROV last weekend.Ben Rauch hidden behind the canvas on the piano, Rory Scholl hosted and fast-forwarding improv by The Creative Outlets.
The finished piece:
Good advice (in a screenshot) from fuckyeahgreatplays
Flint & Tinder theater series kicks off tonight! Kyle Loven’s arrived from Seattle and is putting the LOSS MACHINE puppetry set together. It’s incredibly intricate and we can’t wait to see the finished piece!
Everything is somewhere. Part installation, part image-driven theater, “Loss Machine” unearths a world of lost items, misplaced thoughts, and fractured journeys all housed within an intricately detailed set. Intimate in scale, this wistful one-man show combines puppets, objects, sound, and original music, in a visual exploration of loss and discovery.
In a tower filled with life’s debris, a collection of characters move through an ever-changing apparatus with their shared emotional journey driving the mechanical process forward. Digging through layers of the everyday and the fantastical, the piece examines what is found when all has been lost. Photo by Tyler Korth, Design by Cory Loven.
“… [Kyle] Loven has crafted a remarkable mechanical structure that keeps revealing its wonders.” -The Seattle Times
More photos from the Flux Factory Not-So-Silent Auction
Jenn went to Flux Factory’s “Not So Silent Auction” last week. Here’s the illustrious staff and current resident artists.
Thanks to Ari Lankin for dedicating his Artprov piece to the The Tank’s 10th Anniversary! Last week’s Artprov was a blast! Stay tuned for a January 2013 show announcement and special guest.
ARTSTRIKE is an “arts and culture” day of action on the “fiscal bluff.” It launches on Monday, December 17, 2012. You can help out by spreading the word on Facebook (then submit something!).
Right now our political leaders are considering drastic cuts to vital programs that could devastate our communities — cuts to education, health services, transportation, food assistance programs, FEMA, school lunches, the arts, medicare, social security… the list goes on and on.
Rather than making the rich pay their fair share, politicians are planning cuts for you and me! Meanwhile the rich are getting richer. As a creative community, we want to expose this political game and create a critical mass of culture to fight back against this false “fiscal cliff” and save potential program cuts.
Art is a powerful way to inspire hearts and minds, and ultimately to build an energy to change the course of the tired debate played out by politicians.
We need your help. Please bring your considerable talent to this fight, to help us highlight the problem, and drive energy to the solution and to remind us why we fight.
Captain Scorpio aka Sean Miner created this live on our stage during the last ARTPROV! We have to say, it’s pretty impressive that all of our guest artists can keep painting while people are performing improv about them…NOT EASY!
Mark your calendars for 12/15 because it’s our Tank 10th Anniversary party and holiday ARTPROV with Ari Lankin.