Natural Transitions II:
What: Natural Transitions—A community exploration combining music, poetry, spoken word and dance, centered on the theme of "Autumn" and "Letting Go".
When: Performances will be held the evenings of Friday, October 8th and Saturday, October 9th (Doors open 7pm, Show starts promptly at 7:30pm)
Where: Both events will be held at Presence Studio (Upstairs at 1412 Cornwall Ave.)
$10 Pre-sale Tickets at the Community Food Co-op; $12 at the Show
Tagline: Letting Go into Autumn: A Collaborative Exploration of Fall
Info: email@example.com / Facebook: Natural Transitions
Natural Transitions Vision Statement: Natural Transitions is a local ensemble of artists and musicians dedicated to understanding the breadth of human potential through its reflections and connections with the Earth. We wish to organize and facilitate events in which these connections can be perceived on an intimate basis, so that our communal actions may synchronize with the well being of our planet. We wish to accomplish this through the application and avenue of the arts as we firmly believe the artistic process to be an integral part of the human equation and our search for meaning. Through our collective strengths and our capabilities to use art as a medium for local/global healing, we wish to hold space for our communities to come together and find common ground in our wonderful home: the Earth.
This will be the second show for Natural Transitions as our first performance occurred during the 2009 spring equinox at the Whatcom Museum. Over twenty musicians were involved and we were able to share a full sense experience of the various qualities of Spring with our community. This year we will honor and celebrate the season of autumn, where we will once again engage the five senses and focus on a key metaphysical property of the Fall Season: Letting Go. There will be an inter-artistic quality to this show as we wish to explore common grounds between the various artistic expressions and audience participation will also be a key piece in order to dissolve conventional barriers between audience and performers.