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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Bamboo::Live Museum Soundtracks::Microconcerts

Little William Theater

Saturday March 13th
Casey Anderson
saxophone, electronics, radios

Casey Anderson will present compositions and improvisations for saxophone and computer in the Little William Theater. His unique brand of experimentalism yields strong colors and organic forms.

1-2 Little William Theater :: Compositions/Improvisations ::
2-3 Hammer Courtyard :: Radio Installation ::
3-4 Little William Theater :: Compositions/Improvisations ::
curated by chris kallmyer.


Live Museum Soundtrack

Saturday March 13th
If (like us) you’ve always dreamed of being followed around a museum by a guitarist only you can hear, now is your chance. From noon to 3pm you can check out Erick Klerks to provide a live audio soundtrack to your viewing experience. One person at a time, first come first served. Free.
curated by chris kallmyer.

Carmina Escobar in the Little William Theater

Bamboo Workshop Weekend at the Hammer

March 13, 2010, 1 – 5pm and March 14, 2010, 1 – 5pm

Mike Metzger will lead a two-day workshop on making things from bamboo. Each day the workshop would be about 4 hours long. On Saturday, the workshop will focus on Bamboo mat-making and on Sunday Metzger will instruct participants in Bamboo cup carving with metal/stone tools with a special woodsy lunch of locally harvested bamboo shoots.

Workshops will meet in the Hammer Lobby

*Please note the workshops are different for each day and independent of one another. Participants are not required to sign up for both days!

Details on workshop:

Day 1 : March 13, 2010, 1 – 5pm
Bamboo Mat-Making

Participants will trim, and carve a stack of locally harvested bamboo rods. Then each student will twine each rod together to make a large floor mat. These mats have been used for sleeping, for window curtains, etc. Size of each mat will depend on how much bamboo we have.

Requirement: Each student must bring a knife.


Day 2: March 14, 2010, 1 – 5pm
Artisan bamboo cup-making w/ bamboo shoots for lunch

Aside from its durable strength and durability, ancient seafaring people have used bamboo for storing rain water for thousands of years. Today participants will carve their own bamboo cup using both stone and metal tools, along with a special lunch of locally gathered bamboo shoot. Information on processing bamboo shoots will be included in the class.


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