On Thursday, October 11, 2012, the 418 Project’s Next Frontier Artist & Program Director, dancer and choreographer, Juliebeth Ingraham, came onto Artist on Art to talk about the premiere of her original dance performance, “3 Weeks: My Father’s Last Dance” to pass on his final lesson: Courageously live every precious moment.
The performance features original choreography by Juliebeth Ingraham and an original score composed and performed by Wireless Lovebird who also was on the show, along with six more dancers.
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For more information: 831-466-9770 or [email protected] Tickets: $15 in advance – $25, available at www.brownpapertickets.com To make a tax-free donation in support of this show, visit the 418 Project and mark your donation “Juliebeth.” Juliebeth Ingraham debuts with support from The 418 Project, a non-profit movement arts center in downtown Santa Cruz that opened in 1993 and presently serves over 1,000 people weekly from all over Santa Cruz County and beyond. “We started the program eight years ago, and we’ve seen incredible transformation in the lives of these artists, none of whom have ever had the chance to produce their own full length show before,” says Laura Bishop, 418 Executive Director. “We offer not only studio space but also a network of mentors to support the artist in budgeting, fundraising, marketing and production. I’ve seen remarkable work come out of this program and I’ve also witnessed artist’s careers blossom as they realize the scope of their talents and capabilities.” Past 418 Next Frontier Artists include Cat Willis, now Executive Director of Tannery World Dance and Cultural Center, and Leslie Johnson, founder of Flex Dance Company.Posted by admin | 0 comments