PIETER INTERN SHOWING: J DE LA TIERRA, GARRETT HALLMAN, ARDEN KATHERINE, KAITLYN PETRIK, AND MAYRA RIOS
Monday, Sep 14 2015
8:30 PM - 11:30 PM

Monday September 14, 8:30pm
Pieter Intern Showing

An evening of solo works by Pieter Interns J de la Tierra, Garrett Hallman, Arden Katherine, Kaitlyn Petrik, and Mayra Rios.

J de la Tierra 
Will be reading a short introduction piece
(a work in progress)
This is their story of
navigation.
Blood // Memory
Fluid // Resilience
Power // Privilege
Espejo Ahumado​ lives in many spaces, while cultivating pathways in coyote hills of NELA

Garrett Hallman
Drawing
the shore on which we flow, 2015
Garrett is a recent graduate from UC Irvine. He enjoys drawing, movement, and relationalities.

Kaitlyn Petrik
Performance 

Winnowing
‘Winnowing’ lies in the effort, the sites of resistance, the walks through oneself and the state of departing to arrive.
Petrik is a movement based artist currently residing in Los Angeles.

Arden Plank will show two oil paintings. Their titles are just the names of the individuals ‘Andrew’ and then ‘Hannah.’
I am currently hurdling myself towards my passions which include painting, dance, makeup, and gluten free baking. I reside in Pasadena with my love and my cat, Moonstone. My current project is painting portraits of my friends and family. Examples of work can be found at ardenkatherine.com.

Mayra Rios will improvise movement and Peter Walden will improvise on the cello.
Moonlight on Still Water: This performance consists of improvised conversations between music and movement. It is an exploration between two mediums mirroring each other.
Mayra Rios is an dancer on a journey to explore movement as a form of reverence for that which dances her.

 

Admission is your non-monetary donation to the FREE bar or the FREE boutique. Suggested items include: beer and wine, egg rolls, dance leggings or pants, art/dance books for our library, all types of fruit, dancer snacks, foam rollers, sunflowers,pens, markers, printer paper for the studio.

please park on the street.

Pieter Performance Images by Lisa Wahlander