Cid Pearlman & Collette Kollewe

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Dancers & Choreographers Cid Pearlman and Collette Kollewe came into KZSC to talk about the newest CID PEARLMAN PERFORMANCE, Economies of Effort: 3 at the Felix Kulpa Gallery in Santa Cruz.

The Show dates are March 17-20 & March 24-27, 7:30 & 9:30pm.

It’s free admission and reservations suggested and entry is limited to 35 people per performance.
Go to cidpearlman.org to reserve your spot.

To hear our interview, press the play button below.

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Margaret Niven

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Untitled (El Salvador 5083) 2007″ archival pigment print by David Pace.

Visual Artist and Educator, Margaret Niven, came into UCSC’s KZSC to talk about curating the upcoming  Radius Gallery Exhibition, RAIN PERCUSSIONS.

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What Happens When It Doesn’t Rain (detail floor) 2015 Transformed Plastic Packaging Materials, Wire, Chalk dimensions variable by Renee Charriere

During the show, we spoke by phone on the participating artists, with Reenie Charriere.  Her piece for the show involves found plastic filled with water.

RAIN PERCUSSIONS runs March 23- May 8, 2016, at the Tannery Arts Center, 1050 River St, Unit 127, Santa Cruz, California.

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The Frogman Experience


12642681_1657812667817847_4324343430159190795_nAt the end of August 2015, Justin Mosley came into the KZSC Studio to talk about the first event of The Frogman Experience at the Tannery Arts Center.

The Frogman Experience began as a three man band and has evolved into a theatrical performance involving a group of characters that continues to grow. The set of all original songs guides the audience thru a story of adventure, light vs. dark, personal growth, and all of the lessons in between. This performance is portrayed as fun and light- hearted yet has an underlying layer of significant and serious change. The inspiration for the story is derived from real life experiences of the group but instead of people in a city, the tale is told by animals in the forest, re-enforcing the importance of our connection to nature. The Frogman Experience is a team of conscientious friends that wish to inspire positive thought and laughter while raising awareness and spreading good vibrations.

Moses the Frog, a volunteer for Savethefrogs.com, spreads awareness about amphibian struggles through educational materials and funky bass grooves.

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