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Thursday, July 3, 2014



LINDA MARY MONTANO, a performance artist who uses duration, Catholic imagery and humor in her art, presents a workshop based on the theory that our life can be transformed via self-designed rituals, intense and safe actions of rememberance, dedication to present time/past memory and the grace of a supportive community of instant friends who also are participating in this energy "family" of those wishing to be inspired and changed as art.
Sound and movement warm-ups, videos of Montano's past performances and guided art directives for each participant are the foundational methods for all of Montano's workshops where carefulness and safety are practiced and maintained throughout the experience.
The goal is that we all go home with a way, an attitude toward everyday life that is sacred and ordinary and do-able.
Bring a wig and one very intuitive "prop".

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