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Arts On The Edge Wolfeboro-Summer 2010

June 25, 2009 - August 29, 2010

Wolfeboro, NH


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6/25 - 8/29 -SCULPTURE IN THE PARK - opening 6/25 5pm

Outdoor sculpture exhibit juried by New England Sculptors Association.


7/10 - SCULPTING CLAY WORKSHOP  10 am - noon  FREE

First Congregational Church, 515 S. Main Street, Wolfeboro  

Participants will be given a large piece of self-hardening clay to create a sculpture to take home. Visit the Arts on the Edge Sculpture in the Parks beforehand to get inspired! Master potter Deborah Hopkins will be on hand to assist in how best to manipulate the clay. Bring your imagination and have fun! Refreshments will be available.


8/3 -THE MOVING IMAGE:  FILM, DANCE, ANIMATION- Village Players Theater - Air Conditioned, Wheelchair accessible, wide screen  Tickets available at Black's Paper Store, Wolfeboro or www.artsedgewolfeboro.org


Schedule as follows:

10am - 12:30pm -  Filmmaker Alla Kovgan of Kinodance presents a history of choreography in film entitled "Choreography: At the crossroads of Cinema and Dance."  Filmmakers, choreographers, dancers and everybody interested in dance film collaborations are invited to attend. Journeying through the history of cinema from early silent films to music videos, we will discuss choreography on screen. We will look at current and historic tendencies, attitudes and approaches of the film world to dance. We will address how looking at cinema through the choreographic lens could bridge between the film and dance worlds and demonstrate the tremendous (yet to be discovered) potential of dance film collaborations. This will be followed by a viewing of Ms. Kovgan's film "Nora". Ages 18+  $7.50


2pm - 3:30pm -"Improvisation, Moving Body, Moving Camera" with choreographer, Ingrid Schatz of Kinodance.   Improvisation, like any other dance style, is an essential skill to be learned and cultivated. It’s heart is listening and presence and its foundation is stillness. This workshop will introduce simple tools and strategies for creating rich improvisatory relationships in partners and in small groups. In the context of the FILM Day, we will also glimpse into applying improvisation techniques to creating choreography that specifically engages camera into action, and get a taste of how it is to perform for the camera. We ask our participants to bring comfortable clothes  to move in and encourage but not require them to bring any kind of available video camera, a recording media (tape or flash card) and charged battery.   Ages 16+  $5.00


4 - 5:30pm - Award-winning Animation:  The Man Who Planted Trees by Frederic Back, Tale of Tales by Yuri Norstein, and What's Opera Doc? by Chuck Jones.  Ages 10+   $7.50


7 - 9pm -The Sensation of Sight film by New Hampshire filmmaker Aaron Weiderspahn, winner of New Hampshire Film Festival's Best Feature Film 2007.  Followed by a public discussion with Lee Barrett.  

Rated R for mature content  $7.50


8/10 - A CELEBRATION OF POETRY - Pinckney Boathouse, Brewster Academy - a day of readings, workshops, and discussions with the current New Hampshire Poet Laureate, Walter Butts, and other New Hampshire poets Alice Fogel and Matt Jasper.  THIS EVENT IS FREE and made possible by a grant from New Hampshire Humanities Council and Governor Wentworth Arts Council.  Registration is required and limited.


For details and a full schedule of the day's events please visit www.artsedgewolfeboro.org.



8/15 -3-5pm SHAPE NOTE SINGING WORKSHOP with Neely Bruce.  St. Katharine Drexel Church, Alton FREE



This event will feature music from the time of colonial New Hampshire, including songs about the French and Indian War, and a setting of the Bill of Rights in the style of Early American music by the eminent living composer, Neely Bruce, who will be conducting the concert. Performers will include Tim Eriksen, whose singing was featured in “Cold Mountain,” Shape Note Singers from around New England, and Fife and Drum player Christopher Layer.  Tickets $20 and are available at Black's Paper Store, Wolfeboro and online at www.artsedgewolfeboro.org.


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