2011 Mount Tremper Arts Summer Festival
July 9 - August 21
With events every Friday and Saturday night.
Click the links on the left for detailed information about each event.
Saturday, July 9, 5:00 - 11:00 pm
Exhibition opening and festival kick-off pig roast.
FREE (Pig Roast $10)
Curated by Lucas Blalock and Sam Falls.
Productive Steps opens with performance artists Nicholas Buffon and Dynasty Handbag followed by music from Oldd News and Big French.
Saturday Night Performance Series
Every Saturday Night from July 16 - Aug 20
ICElab at Mount Tremper
Saturday, July 30
With John Yau, Patricia Milder, Aynsley Vandenbroucke, Jibade-Khalil Huffman, and more. Plus a special Pork and Poetry! pig roast on Friday Night with music by New Zion Trio.
Friday and Saturday, August 5 & 6
Saturday, August 13
Untitled Feminist Multimedia Technology Show
Saturday, August 20 / Preview
Every Friday from July 15 – Aug 19 at 7:00 pm
Friday night barbeques best encapsulate the essence of Mount Tremper Arts. In these hybrid evenings, artists share work with audience members in an intimate, informal setting. And then, everyone shares thoughts and a feast directly from the MTA garden! During these meals, all perspectives are welcomed as we find the lively intersections (and digressions) between rigorous contemporary art practices and many other walks of life.
Friday, July 15
Film screening of Tim Davis’s The Upstate New York Olympics. In this work (named “funniest and most engaging” by ArtInfo.com at the 2011 Armory Show) Davis invents new sporting events like “Abandoned Building Bowling” and performs them for the camera. Followed by discussion with the artist.
Friday, July 22
What We Know So Far (Mike Rugnetta and Patrick Davison) shares an extremely fast-paced and fun multimedia performance in which they test (and reveal) the accidental experts at cognitive multitasking we have all become. Whew.
Friday, July 29
ICE - International Contmemporay Ensemble
Friday, August 5
Pork and Poetry! - Readings by John Yau, Patricia Milder, and additional genre-defying writers from The Brooklyn Rail, followed by New Zion Trio and a pig roast.
Friday August 12
Film screening of Rock My Religion, Dan Graham’s provocative thesis on the relation between religion and rock music in contemporary culture.
Friday August 19
Informal performances by members of Young Jean Lee’s Theatre Company,
including World Famous *BOB*, Hilary Clark, Lady Rizo, and Katy Pyle with Jules Skloot.
Tickets and more information will be posted soon!