Join us on November 19th for TWO events:
Empowered Production: An Afternoon for Artist Parents with Selina Trepp, 11 – 1:30pm $10 (childcare and lunch included)
-Register here- https://extendedpracticeprojects.wufoo.com/forms/extended-practice-empowered-production/
Visual Music: A free Family-Friendly Performance by Spectralina, 2pm- 3pm
Empowered Production: An Afternoon for Artist Parents with Selina Trepp
11AM – 1:30PM
Join us for an afternoon with artist Selina Trepp! Trepp will give an artist talk and lead a discussion about how she empowers herself as a mother and artist. She will discuss her multi-disciplinary art practice, and will go into detail about how parenthood has affected her artistic production. Trepp will explain how she navigates logistics, politics, and money in her practice, and her interactions with institutions. Trepp’s talk will be followed by a Q&A/ discussion.
Following the talk, participants are invited to brainstorm over lunch – guided by founders of Extended Practice, Sara Holwerda, and Angela Lopez. This session will allow individuals to focus on making connections with other artists parents and to envision how some of Trepp’s strategies could apply to their own practices. Participants will explore what strategies they can build on to empower themselves as artists and mothers.
Register here: https://extendedpracticeprojects.wufoo.com/forms/extended-practice-empowered-production/
Cost: $10. Lunch (Vegan and gluten free options available) included in registration fee.
FREE childcare will be provided in the same building.
Event presented by Extended Practice.
Visual Music: A Family-Friendly Performance by Spectralina
2PM – 3PM
SPECTRALINA is the collaborative audio-visual performance project of artists, musicians, and parents Dan Bitney and Selina Trepp. Working with an improvisational structure, Spectralina combines singing, percussion, electronics, and real-time video processing. In Bitney and Trepp’s performances projected animation and improvised sounds come together as visual music.
This performance is free and open to the public, and families are welcome.