Resident Show & Tell

presented by: Sitka Center for Art & Ecology

Starts:Saturday, May 11, 2013  1:00 PMEnds:Saturday, May 11, 2013  3:00 PM

This event is free and open to the public.


Sitka Center for Art & Ecology

Sitka Center for Art and Ecology
56605 Sitka Drive
Otis, OR 97368

Event Description:

From October to May, the Sitka Center’s Residency Program provides 25 to 28 artists, writers, musicians, and environmental scientists with opportunities for sustained reflection, cutting-edge artistic creation or scientific research, and community involvement. We are inviting community members to come hear what the writers- and artists-in-residence have been up to, as their time at the Sitka Center comes to a close. 

Presentations begin at 1:30pm in the Boyden Studio at the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology. This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided. 

2013 Spring Residents: 

Christine Martell is a visual artist who uses imagery to enhance verbal communication through her company VisualsSpeak. 

Musician Dr. Nolan Stolz of Las Vegas, Nevada, has a unique compositional voice that is influenced by jazz and progressive rock, yet is firmly rooted in the contemporary classical tradition.

Lindsey Thordarson lives in Petaluma, California. She is the 2010 recipient of the Doug Fir Fiction Award. Her work has been published in ZYZZYVA, California Northern Magazine, and received an honorable mention in the Atlantic's Student Writing Competition. 

April Marie Hale creates large-scale adornment utilizing felted wool and found natural and human-made objects that serve as a metaphor for the relationship between humans and the natural environment. 

Frances Feldon specializes in baroque flute and recorder. Her current project is tentatively titled "Winging It: Birds & Music," a concert of music inspired by bird calls and impressions.


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