COVID-19 Update

Artists are in residence with pods and safety protocols. You can find more details here.

Please let us know how you are doing. You can reach us at info [at] mttremperarts.org. 

This is a time for radical community care. Be safe, be well.

-Mount Tremper Arts


This Week At Mount Tremper Arts
Gelsey Bell and Yasuko Yokoshi
Yamamba As A Bear

Yasuko Yokoshi as Yamamba as a bear
Igaki photo studio, courtesy of Kinosaki International Arts Center (Toyooka City)

The Japanese tales of Yamamba, across fairy tales and noh drama, describe a powerful and dangerous woman who lives in the mountains. Yamamba As A Bear weaves various incarnations of this archetype across histories and cultures anchored in the female voice and body. A team of international performance artists, Gelsey Bell and Mina Nishimura from New York (USA) and Shiori Shinoda and Yasuko Yokoshi from Kyoto (Japan) will take a spiritual pilgrimage to and of Yamamba through a feminist history of the performing arts.


Online Program
Rick Burkhardt and International Contemporary Ensemble

International Contemporary Ensemble

The program interweaves new music by Rick Burkhardt, Bahar Royaee (Iranian Female Composers Association), Pauline Oliveros & IONE, with a tour of 10 years of International Contemporary Ensemble in residency at Mount Tremper Arts, and artist interviews & love notes. Read more about Rick and the Ensemble.

View the performance online here


Thank You

Your support has helped us stay open as a safe and creative space for artists during the pandemic. The Artist Residencies Campaign exceeded our $20,000 goal for 2020.

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Celebrating Mount Tremper Arts


Video by RKAD

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