Thanks to the endless studio nights and kind patronage of worldwide supporters funding our urban infill of empty Phoenix lots, we are proud to offer the world a public park for the good of the people. Now, enjoy the space with family and friends by supporting your local students of dance as they bring you a live performance on this interventionally designed open space by architects for the public.
A special thanks to Mike Pfister for the mention. Details on this epic event below:
“Urban Wildlife Working Group:
[7:00] HIVE is based on the social organization and vibrational energy of a colony of honeybees. The performers in this piece–the Urban Wildlife Working Group–are a mix of trained and untrained dancers, and all are co-creators of the work.
Performed by Bobby Brown, Raji Ganesan, Ajay Karpur, Dressler Parsons…
[8:00] WAD investigates the family dynamics and physicality of an elephant herd. The performers in this piece–the Urban Wildlife Working Group–are a mix of trained and untrained dancers, and all are co-creators of the work.
Performed by Ashley Brennan, Raji Ganesan, Lacee Garcia, David Hjelmstad, Sydney Jackson, Steven Redondo, Charlotte Rheingold, Sarah Ventre
Directed by Allyson Yoder and Raji Ganesan
Sound by Mike Pfister
7:00 and 8:00 on Oct 21 and Nov 5
FIVE DAYS UNTIL OUR FIRST SHOW!
📷: @ashponders “
Nanogram Studio and Sentrock collaborate on laser engraved skatedecks to raise money and awareness for FLATLOTphx. If you do not yet know this inspirational street artist, watch this short biography. @Sentrock is a true community champion.
For five days beginning next Wednesday, downtown Phoenix will play host to an expected one million visitors, all anxious to be part of the unparalleled hype that surrounds the Super Bowl each year wherever it is played. There will be live music, great food, national sports broadcasts, and even a giant climbing wall reminiscent of the Grand Canyon.
Those who wander a few blocks north towards Roosevelt Row will find something else that may seem out of place: a 40-foot storage container with people streaming in and out.
Inside the container they will find The Scarlet Cord, an award-winning exhibit by artist Pamela Alderman. The exhibit, which opens January 23 and runs through February 1, will be open from 10am to 9pm each day and admission will be free. The Scarlet Cord is presented by StreetLightUSA, a Phoenix-based nonprofit specializing in providing care for child victims of sex trafficking and exploitation.
The Scarlet Cord
813 N. 1st Street • Roosevelt Row Art District
January 23 through February 1, 2015
Daily 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Sponsored by StreetLightUSA , FLATLOTphx, and Nanogram Studio
Nanogram Studio presents: FLATLOT. A Collaborative urban space for the public good. 813 N. 1st St. Phoenix, AZ 85004.