Registration for Summer Mixed Discipline Session Now Open

Facilitated by Rebecca Goldberg and Nancy Calos-Nakano
Tuesdays July 9 to August 27, 7-9:30PM (No Meeting on July 30)
Studio Current (Located on Seattle’s Pike-Pine Corridor)
Cost:  $60 for Field Members/$70 for New Participants

The Field-Seattle is offering a 7-week summer session for artists of all disciplines to show work and receive generous, non-directive feedback from peer artists in a collegial and supportive environment. The Field’s framework is great for developing works in all stages of progress.

Mixed Discipline sessions give us the joy of seeing the work of artists whose perceptions may be fundamentally different from our own and hearing how they receive our work. If you’ve ever done a mixed discipline session in The Field-Seattle, you know how exhilarating this can be. Sculptors, painters, fiber artist-makers, musician/composers, dancer/choreographers, actor/singer/glassblowers, performers, playwrights, and poets…all are welcome!   

About the facilitators

Rebecca Goldberg is a “slash” theater artist (director/playwright/actor/producer) and a member of The Field’s Steering Committee.  She is co-director of Blank Stage Theater, which produced David Auburn’s Proof in 2011, and recently directed Pandora and the Box for eSe Teatro’s Nuevo y Solo. Her plays and solo theater work have been seen at Annex’s Spin the Bottle, Seattle SWAN Day at ACT, Key City Public Theater, Stone Soup, and Theater Babylon. Her creative obsessions are new work, ensemble-generated work, and multidisciplinary collaborations.

Nancy Calos-Nakano has worked in the Arts & Entertainment industry since 1977 in various genres and in numerous capacities.  She has been involved with over 120 organizations and a board member to many.  Currently, an arts advocate, teaching artist and program developer for Cultural Art Projects, she sits on the NW FolkLife Festival, Trusted Advocates, Seattle Storytelling Guild and RockIt Beacon Arts boards.  Nancy’s work focuses in diversity, as well as multi-ethnic heritage organizations such as Mavin and relishes the cultivation of partnerships and collaborations.

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