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San Pedro Festival of the Arts 2020

San Pedro Festival of the Arts 2020A free family Virtual event this year featuring DANCE

Where:ON LINE AT vimeo.com/showcase/sanpedroartsfest
or www.lachoreographersanddancers.org DIRECT FREE CLICK ON TAB AT TOP

When: Sept 19 and 20, 2020- open for two weeks through Oct 4.

Admission: FREE

About: 19 Curated diverse dances from 17 companies & studios + live interviews and scenes of San Pedro


Website: triartSP.com

Louise Reichlin, Festival Executive Producer & Dance Director     213-385-1171 info louisehr@LAChoreographersAndDancers.org

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SAN PEDRO FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS (previously the TriArt ? Festival) announces Year 14

The SAN PEDRO FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS (formerly the SP TriArt Festival) is a free family event this year virtual and featuring dance exclusively. This year the link opens on Saturday and Sunday, Sept 19 and 20, 2020- open for two weeks through Oct 4. This will be its 14th year. Eight years ago, the TriArt Festival moved to Ports O' Call Village helping to draw in thousands of new spectators, performers, and vendors to showcase San Pedro as a center for art. Because of construction on the site the festival then moved to Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles, and then to a location across from the USS Iowa, Port of Los Angeles, and last year we had a new home at Anderson Memorial Center. In conjunction with this, a Health/Wellness and a Visual Art/Community Event produced by the Los Angeles City Recreation and Parks also took place both days. With the current pandemic, we were unable to return to Anderson with all group events an uncertainty, and our primary funder for this recurring outside festival, the Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles graciously suggested we could move to a digital platform honoring CD 15. Janice Hahn, Los Angeles County Supervisor of Supervisial District 4, has also pledged a grant supporting this.

Original founder, Joe Caccavalla, envisioned the dance, music, and visual arts/ crafts as the heart of the festival to foster art appreciation. After his death in 2012, the producers reformed as SAN PEDRO ? TRI ART Festival and since then our audience attendance has multiplied by the thousands along with increased recognition. It has become best known for its dance performances, also gaining increased recognition each year for its music. Our company, Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers (LA C&D), had previously been the non-profit fiscal receiver for the festival, and we applied for and received a festival grant from the Department of Cultural Affairs, City of LA, which is still one of our major funders. Louise Reichlin is Executive Producer and Dance Director, and curates a diverse range of companies from a large competitive group of applications, this year including ballet, modern, jazz, contemporary, and specific and fusion ethnic groups. The choreographers are all professional ranging in age this year to 79, but included are both professional dance companies and four exemplary studios or schools including a few performers under 10, so they can share their work with each other and the community. A special feature is that besides just the videos, each piece will have a short introduction by the Artist, or an interview with Reichlin, or a short verbal introduction. Editor for the online Festival is Andrew Zutta.

LA C&D is supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture. and the festival is supported in part by a grant from the Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles. Funds also come from Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn, but many of our usual contributors for In-Kind necessities such as a stage, dance flooring, venues for previews, and music set up are unable to be accepted this year. They are all still listed on the web pages designed by Aliza Lesser, as we hope to have our outside event next year again. So thanks to our past and present funders and donors, the SAN PEDRO ? FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS is able to thrive another year and bring the vibrant San Pedro community and beyond quality dance performances and unforgettable photos of the area.

This listing is alphabetical, and the exact times (or in this case timecodes) of each companies' interview and performance will be on the triartSP.com website closer to the opening. Bios and photos are currently all featured there.

Follow are brief descriptions of what each group is presenting:
Akomi Dance Table For Two by Marie Hoffman and reMEmber by Anthony Aceves, Artistic Directors
Alán L. Pérez We Wear Human Skin Under All There Clothes
Barkin/Selissen Project The Making of Differential Cohomology, a documentary by Kyla Barkin and Aaron Selissen, Artistic Directors
Brittany Woo Iceberg with dancers from the UCI Dance Department
Cathartic Art Project Raqs Sharqui, Jill Collins, Artistic Director
Degas Dance Studio Anacia Weiskittel, Artistic Director. Despair by Dasha Tertova and Rabbit Hole by Savea Kagan
Emergence Dance Company Wake Up Awaken by Cindy Heen, Artistic Director
Emergent Dance Company 99.5 by Megan Pulfer, Artistic Director
Jose Costas Contempo Ballet Realidad de una Fantasia by Jose Costas, Artistic Director
Kairos Dance Company Scenes from the Female Heart by Hazel Clarke, Artistic Director
Louise Reichlin & Dancers/LA Choreographers & Dancers Brandenburg from Tap Dance Widows Club and Alone 2020 by Louise Reichlin, Artistic Director
Mixed eMotion Theatrix So Now You Know Directed and choreographed by Janet Roston, Artistic Director
Pranamya Suri Alokaye, a traditional Kuchipudi work, transcribed from the Sanskit of Narayana Teertha
Re:borN Dance Interactive Self Disclosure from Omniscopic choreographed by Boroka Nagy
San Pedro City Ballet Cynthia and Patrick David Bradley, Artistic Directors The Menaced Assassin
by Patrick David Bradley
Tonia Shimin Of Stones and Water, a film Directed and Choreographed by Tonia Shimin.
WestMet Classical Training Fragments of a Landscape Choreographed by Allynne Noelle, Owner, performed by her students

For more information on the program and companies, please see www.triartSP.com
For more information on the producing company, please see www.LAChoreographersAndDancers.org.


Presenter / Producer: LA Choreographers & Dancers

Listed Categories
Dance > Contemporary Dance
Dance > Ballet
Dance > Ethnic Dance


Event Phone: 213-385-1171

Venue
on line
vimeo.com/showcase/sanpedroartsfest
or www.lachoreographersanddancers.org DIRECT FREE CLICK ON TAB AT TOP
on line CA

Regions:
Other


Performance Dates: 9/19/2020 - 10/4/2020
Saturday, 09/19/2020
Sunday, 09/20/2020
Monday, 09/21/2020
Tuesday, 09/22/2020
Wednesday, 09/23/2020
Thursday, 09/24/2020
Friday, 09/25/2020
Saturday, 09/26/2020
Sunday, 09/27/2020
Monday, 09/28/2020
Tuesday, 09/29/2020
Wednesday, 09/30/2020
Thursday, 10/01/2020
Friday, 10/02/2020
Saturday, 10/03/2020
Sunday, 10/04/2020

Performance Times
24 hours on line

Ticket Information( FREE EVENT! ):
FREE

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