The 3rd annual Mount Tremper Arts Festival
July 10th - August 15, 2010
Click the links on the left for detailed information about each event.
A season pass offering admission to all performances and barbeques is available here.
Saturday, July 10
Festival Opening - Free
The string quartet, ETHEL
Members of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company perform an Event
New work by Rashaun Mitchell
Friday, July 16
Opening reception for Seven Summits photography exhibition
Curated by Matthew Porter
Featuring: Miranda Lichtenstein, Hannah Whitaker, Shannon Ebner,
Michele Abeles, Arthur Ou, Roe Ethridge, and Michael Vahrenwald.
Saturday Night Performance Series:
Miguel Gutierrez and the Powerful People
HEAVENS WHAT HAVE I DONE and Untitled Project with Jenny Holzer but I’m not allowed to give it a name yet.
Saturday, July 17
Saturday, July 24
Montgomery Park, or Opulence
Saturday, July 31
Pina Jackson in Mercemoriam
Saturday and Sunday, August 7 & 8
Brennan Gerard and Ryan Kelly
Saturday, August 14
Performances and exhibitions are just a small part of a rich creative process. In this series, artists share work in progress, critical writing, and conversations over a community meal. Join us for an inside look at current artistic trends while enjoying a home-cooked meal made fresh from the Mount Tremper Arts organic garden. In nice weather, events will include a campfire and sunset in the garden.
7-9pm, $15 all-inclusive. Make your reservation on SmartTix.com by the Wednesday prior to the event you wish to attend.
Friday, July 23
Karinne Keithley of 53rd State Press, Ursula Eagly, and Sara Smith share their writings on the new wave of sincerity in dance.
Friday, July 30
Katie Workum Dance Theater stage excerpts from their work-in-progress, Herkimer Diamonds.
Friday, August 6
Cory Nakasue and Aynsley Vandenbroucke challenge each other to a choreographic duel. Plus new-media artist, writer, and theorist, Alan Sondheim, performs his music.
Friday, August 13
Brennan Gerard and Ryan Kelly discuss their work in relation to critical questions of contemporary performance practice. Followed by music to be announced, check the MTA website.