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Asheville Percussion Festival – June 8th through the 10th 2012

EVENT WEBSITE:  www.ashevillepercussionfestival.com

The first annual Asheville Percussion Festival will take place THIS WEEKEND,
June 8th-10th, 2012 at the Creative Technology and Arts Center in Asheville, NC.

Workshop topics for all levels include performing, improvising, and composing taught by world-renowned teachers such as Jamey Haddad (Paul Simon’s percussionist), David Cossin (who tours with STING) and other local and regional teachers. Following the workshops will be concerts for the community on Friday and Saturday evenings at 8pm.

We are excited to share this event with you.

The mission of the Asheville Percussion Festival is to provide a creative environment where percussionists of all traditions gather to explore, create and innovate. World-class percussionists will exchange ideas about performing, improvising and educating.

For the latest schedule and registration information visit www.ashevillepercussionfestival.com

 

Teachers/Performers:

Jamey Haddad is regarded as one of the foremost world and jazz percussionists in the US. For the past nine years Haddad has performed as Paul Simon’s percussionist and played with countless others including Yo Yo Ma and Esperanza Spalding. He teaches at Berklee College of Music and the Oberlin Conservatory. www.jameyhaddadmusic.com

David Cossin can play just about any percussion instrument. A leading specialist and composer in new and experimental music, he preformed this last year with STING on his world tour and currently plays with Steve Reich and Bang on a Can All-Stars.  David is Adjunct Percussion Faculty at the Aaron Copland School of Music at CUNY, Queens College in NY. www.davidcossin.com

River Guerguerian is the Artistic Director of the Festival and is known all over the globe for his unique hybrid set-ups that include frame drums, hand drums and drumsets that can be applied to many styles of music. He plays with Omar Faruk Tekbilek, his world jazz trio Free Planet Radio and is an active touring, recording and teaching artist. www.guerguerian.com

Raquy Danziger is one of the most popular performers, teachers and composers of Middle Eastern Drumming today. Her band Raquy and the Cavemen, a duo with Liron Peled, tours all over the world. She now lives Istanbul and New York. www.raquy.com

Rohan Krishnamurthy is a leading, young musical ambassador of Indian music and percussion.  A specialist in South Indian percussion, Rohan has performed in hundreds of concerts, presented Indian percussion summer camps, workshops, and academic lecture-/ at eminent institutions Rohan founded and directs an Indian percussion ensemble at the Eastman School of Music. Rohan will offer lessons in Indian drumming and vocal percussion techniques.  www.rohanrhythm.com

Jeff Sipe AKA “The Apartment Q-258” has an amazing touch and feel on the drumset. He is well known on the touring circuit and has performed with Trey Anastasio, Bela Fleck, Steve Vai, John Medeski, Joan Osborn and his own group the Aquarium Rescue Unit. www.jeffsipemusic.com

Adama Dembele is a master 33rd generation Djembe player from Ivory Coast, Africa. He has traveled internationally and leads his own group Zansa, and is a frequent guest with afro-surf-rock outfit Toubab Krewe. www.adamadembele.com

Michael Lipsey is an incredible educator and plays everything from Afro-Cuban percussion to Balinese Gamelan. Michael is the founding member of Talujon Percussion and has also performed with the Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society, Steve Reich, Bang on a Can, Tan Dun, New York New Music Ensemble and Riverside Symphony. Michael is a full-time Associate Professor at the Aaron Copland School of Music at CUNY, Queens College. He is the Director of the Percussion Program and New Music Ensemble. www.lipseypercussion.com

Matthew Richmond is an accomplished Jazz Vibraphonist and is well known in the WNC community. He is currently a member of the Asheville Symphony, Stephanie’s Id, and is a Percussion instructor at UNC-Asheville. www.matthewrichmond.net

Christy Clavio a teaching artist and professional musician.  In 2000, Christy began her 14-month residency in Zimbabwe, where she lived with a family of traditional musicians. Over the past decade, she has studied and performed with many accomplished Zimbabwean musicians, and participated in African music events in the United States and Europe. She currently performs solo and with Chikomo Marimba, Asheville Mbira Ensemble, and Zabumba Samba Band.

Kimathi Moore is an experimental electronic artist and percussionist by trade, Kima’s music is strongly inspired by paintings (Impressionism, Surrealism, Magic Realism), mixed media art and themes from his childhood days. Within Kima’s music there are countless influences ranging from Free Jazz, Modern Classical, West / East African music, Asian and experimental electronic music. The overarching theme in his music deals with exploring new frontiers with sound – for that reason he considers his work to be more akin to sound “paintings”. http://soundcloud.com/kima
Adam Maalouf is an active percussionist in a variety of musical settings including jazz, classical and World music. Adam composes for and performs with his world/jazz ensemble Pallavi. He is percussionist for the Gil Evans Ensemble and plays Michigan Arabic Orchestra. Adam will direct the Eastman Hand Drumming Ensemble beginning Fall 2012.  Adam has given performances and workshops that span the drumming styles of Africa, the Middle East, India, and drumset.   www.maaloufpercussion.com

Jacquelyn Dobrinska is an accomplished yoga therapists, wellness coach and minister – facilitating classes and workshops both locally and at national yoga & wellness retreats, conferences and festivals. She is a long-time student of Rod Stryker and the Himalayan Institute; co-founder of the Greater Asheville Yoga Association and a published writer on physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health. Currently, Jackie coaches privately and teaches at the Integrative Health department of Mission Hospital, Warren Wilson College and AB Technical College (where she has been nominated twice for Con-Ed Teacher of the Year). www.TheAlchemyofTransformation.com
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Concert Schedule
Friday, June 8th, 8:00pm
Friday night concert will include performances from the teachers and local talent from Brazilian troupe Zabumba,
as well as Jazz and Middle Eastern music.
Saturday June 9th, 8:00pm
Saturday night will feature a ‘Masters Concert’ with the collaborative efforts from all the teachers. They will create new and innovative percussion pieces through an Artist Retreat that will take place the week before.
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Festival Menu

FRIDAY:
Dinner: Homemade Bolognese sauce made with fresh spices, organic Fettuccini and Romano cheese. Served with Arugula salad and basil bell pepper vinaigrette and garlic bread.  A vegetarian sauce made with fresh spring veggies is optional.

SATURDAY:
Continental breakfast: Scramble eggs (Local), fresh fruit, bagels with cream cheese and jam. Choice of bacon or sausage, fresh orange juice, Colombian coffee or hot tea.
Lunch: tomato gazpacho and a grilled chicken Cesar salad made with local Romaine lettuce, Roma tomatoes, fresh croutons and Parmesan/Romano cheese.
Vegetarian salad: Mandarin orange toasted almonds, crispy tofu on a bed of mix greens with a ginger vinaigrette.
Dinner: Traditional Saffron Spanish paella made with fresh ingredients (vegetables, Spanish chorizo, chicken and shrimp). Vegetarian paella option available.

SUNDAY:
Breakfast: quiche or traditional potato omelet, homemade grits, fresh fruit and bagels or Croissants. Fresh orange juice, Colombian coffee or hot tea.
Lunch: Slow roasted pork burritos served with fresh guacamole, sweet plantains; chips and pico de gallo.
Veggie burritos with fresh local veggies available.

Soft drinks will be provided

 

Schedule of Events

Friday June 8
1:00-2:30 pm
Registration; Meet & Greet
2:30-3:00 pm
Welcome & Info Meeting

3:00-4:00 pm
Room A: Raquy Danziger – Introduction to Doumbek
Room B: Michael Lipsey – Introduction to Conga
4:00-5:00 pm
Room A: Rohan Krishnamurthy – Introduction to Indian Percussion(Split Hand)
Room B: Michael Lipsey and David Cossin Afro Cuban Percussion
5:00-6:00 pm
Room A: Jamey Haddad – Jamey’s approach to Hand Drumming
Room B: Jeff Sipe – Stick & Brush Technique
6:00-6:30 pm
Room A: Zabumba Brazilian Troupe- Samba School (learn a groove for evening’s concert)
6:30-7:15 pm Cafeteria: Dinner
6:30-7:30 pm Sound
8:00 pm – Concert

Saturday June 9
7:30-8:30 am
Room A: Jacquelyn Dobrinska – Yoga for Drummers & Sound Immersion; featuring Gongs & Singing Bowls by River and friends (bring yoga mat)
8:00-9:00 am Cafeteria: Breakfast

9:00-10:30 am
Room A: Rohan Krishnamurthy – Techniques & Approaches in Indian Percussion
Room B: Christy Clavio – Mbira; Traditional Shona style
10:30 am-12:00 pm
Room A: River Guerguerian – Frame Drum Techniques (handheld, lap style, Riq)
Room B: Adam Maalouf – Children’s Drum Workshop
12:00-1:00 pm Cafeteria: Lunch

1:00-2:30 pm
Room A: Raquy Danziger – Advanced Doumbek Techniques
Room B: Kima Moore – Drum Programming & Sampling using Ableton Live, Reason
2:30-4:00 pm
Room A: Jeff Sipe – Stylistic approaches on Drum set
Room B: Adama Dembele  – Introduction to Djembe and West African Drumming
4:00-5:30 pm
Room A: Jamey/River/David/Jeff – Performance Techniques for Modern Percussionists (featuring members of Free Planet Radio)
4:00-6:00 pm
Room B: Collaboration (lesson) opportunities
6:00-7:00 pm Cafeteria: Dinner
6:30-7:30 pm Soundcheck
8:00 pm-Concert

Sunday June 10
8:00-9:00 am
Room A: Jacquelyn Dobrinska – Yoga for Drummers & Sound Immersion; featuring Gongs & Singing Bowls by River and friends (bring yoga mat)
8:30-9:30 am Cafeteria: Breakfast

9:30-11:00 am
Room A: Matthew Richmond – “Vibes – Not Just For Jazz”
Room B: Michael Lipsey – Bata Drumming
11:00 am-12:30 pm
Room A: Jamey/Raquy/River – Middle Eastern Rhythms & Ensemble playing
Room B: collaboration opportunity
12:30-1:30 pm Cafeteria: Lunch

1:30-3:00 pm
Room A: David Cossin – Re-interpreting the music of Steve Reich
Room B: Adam Maalouf – From Hands to Sticks (cross cultural rhythmic concepts)
3:00-4:30 pm
Room A: Jamey/River/David – Improvising, Composing, and microphone techniques using hybrid set-ups.
Room B: Adama Dembele – Advanced West African Drumming 3:00-5:00 pm Room B: Collaboration (lesson) opportunity
4:30-5:00 Group Finale

2012 Spring Workshops

The Creative Technology & Arts Center
Spring 2012 Workshop Schedule:

Please contact us with any questions for all workshops & classes by emailing:  wc@ctacenter.org
Payments can be made in the Odyssey office by cash, check or credit card.
Please visit our website for more details:  http://www.ctacenter.org

CHILD CARE IS AVAILABLE DURING ALL CLASS TIMES:


BEADED JEWELRY MAKING WORKSHOP

Hosted by Chynna Avery - www.chynnaa.com

Ages:  1st GRADE and UP
THURSDAYS from 3:45pm to 5pm
Class Dates:  3/8, 3/15, 3/22, 3/29

Location:  The Creative Technology & Arts Center / Odyssey Community School
90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville NC

Make beaded jewelry for every member of your family.
$10 per 1 hour class + $3 Materials fee

$7 per 1 hour class for Odyssey Students + $3 Materials fee
Please RSVP: cavery@odysseycommunity.org


WORDPRESS BASICS & BEYOND
Hosted by Gene A. Felice II – www.genefelice.com

Ages:  Adult
MONDAYS from 5pm to 6pm
Class Dates:  3/5, 3/12, 3/19, 3/26
Location:
  The Creative Technology & Arts Center / Odyssey Community School 90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville NC

A four-week workshop series taking you through the process of creating a website with WordPress, an open-source way to create on the Internet.
$10.00 per 1 hour class

Please RSVP if possible: gf@genefelice.com or 828-515-1744

 
LONGBOARDS FOR LIFE
Design & Build your own longboard skateboard
Hosted by Lyman Edwards – http://lymanedwards.wordpress.com/

Ages:  10 + Up

MONDAYS from 4:30 to 6pm
Class Dates:  3/5, 3/12, 3/19

Location:  The Creative Technology & Arts Center / Odyssey Community School 90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville NC

Don’t let this year’s lack of snow keep you from carving down the mountains. Take it to the streets on your fresh new long board skillfully built with your own two hands. Starting with a discussion of design fundamentals you will design, cut, shape, sand, and paint your way to the deck of your dreams. Then complete the package by providing your own set of trucks and wheels which will also be discussed in class. A daring project for kids and adults.

$45 for the three-week workshop
Please register by March 1st, so that we can order enough wood.

Please RSVP: restorevival@gmail.com

GAMOLOCK:  PIPE CLEANER ACTION FIGURES
Hosted by Boaz Curry-El – http://gamolock.wordpress.com

Ages:  2nd GRADE and UP

TUEDAYS from 3:45pm to 5pm
Class Dates:  3/6, 3/13, 3/20, 3/27
Location:  The Creative Technology & Arts Center / Odyssey Community School
90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville NC

Make pipe cleaner action figures and creatures through a creative new method.
$10.00 per 1 hour class + $2 Materials fee

Please RSVP: boaz.zaob33@gmail.com



HOOPS FOR KIDS

Hosted by Melanie MacNeil – http://ashevillehoops.com/

Ages:  2nd GRADE and UP
THURSDAYS from 3:45pm to 4:45pm
Class Dates:  3/8, 3/15, 3/22, 3/29

Location:  The Creative Technology & Arts Center / Odyssey Community School
90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville NC

We bring the hoops and lead children in a series of creative games and challenging exercises.

$40 for four classes or $32 for four classes for Odyssey students
Single classes are $12 per class.

Please RSVP: melmacpink@hotmail.com

 

Pulse: A Journey through Light, Rhythm & Movement


Saturday Dec. 3rd

Pre-show Light Lab 6pm
Main Event 7pm

On December 3rd, The Creative Technology & Arts Center (CTAC) in Asheville’s Montford neighborhood, will host “Pulse: A Journey through Light, Rhythm & Movement”.  This event will explore new worlds of creativity, through the overlapping rhythms of light, sound, dance & performance.  This all-ages event will have something for everyone, including a “Light lab” for kids both before & during the main event. In the performance space, the sonic environment will be transformed into a shifting landscape where the musicians will “surround” the audience with water percussion, strings, didgeridoo’s and a variety of electronics.  The dreamer will be

led through a pulsing cycle of performance, sound, movement, imagery & story.

Artists:  
Sound:  River Guerguerian, Chris Rosser, John Vorus, Kima Moore
Light:  Gene Felice, Chad Adair
Performance:  Julie Becton Gillum, Sara Baird
Dance:  Kathleen Hahn
Light Lab:  Chynna Avery
Story Weaver:  David Novak

$10 per person
$20 per family

To RSVP for the event & for ticketing please email:  rsvp@ctacenter.org

The Creative Technology & Arts Center Fall 2011 Workshop Schedule:

Please contact us with any questions for all workshops & classes by emailing:  wc@ctacenter.org
Payments can be made in the Odyssey office by cash, check or credit card.
Please visit our website for more details:  http://www.ctacenter.org

CHILD CARE IS AVAILABLE DURING ALL CLASS TIMES:

 
DANCE UNDERCOVER FOR KIDS
:   CANCELLED!
Hosted by Kathleen Hahn – www.idodances.com

Ages:  Grades 2 through 5
TUESDAYS from 4 to 5pm
Class Dates:  11/8, 11/15, 11/29, 12/6
Location:  The Creative Technology & Arts Center / Odyssey Community School
90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville NC

Learn a super fun dance to Michael Jackson’s song P.Y.T. and have the chance to show off your new moves in a F.M. (shhh . . . Flash Mob).
flash mob definition:
noun
a large group of people mobilized by social media to meet in a public place for the purpose of doing an unusual or entertaining activity of short duration: A flash mob brought joy to commuters waiting for their train.
verb:  to crowd around (a place or person) in a flash mob: The store got flash mobbed by dancing teenagers.

$10.00 per 1 hour class – $7 for Odyssey Students
(Check out the first class for free, then sign up for all four if you’re interested in continuing)

Please RSVP if possible: katykatykh@hotmail.com


THE ART OF BELLYDANCE FOR ALL AGES
MOMS & DAUGHTERS ENCOURAGED
Hosted by Lisa Zahiya - www.lisazahiya.com

Monday, November 14th at 4pm
Location:  The Creative Technology & Arts Center / Odyssey Community School 90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville NC

$10.00 per person
Please RSVP if Possible: lisa@lisazahiya.com

 
SCREEN PRINTING ON CERAMIC TILES:   CANCELLED!
Hosted by Melissa Terrezza – www.melissaterrezza.com

Ages:  High School & Adult
THURSDAYS AT 4PM
Class Dates:  11/10, 11/17, 12/1, 12/8
Location:  The Creative Technology & Arts Center / Odyssey Community School 90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville NC

This class is an introduction to basic screen printing and stenciling techniques using clay as the canvas.  The methods we will explore involve collecting images, making and applying a screen print, colored glazes, and working with plaster and clay to create a one of a kind tile. My goal in this class is to awaken your inner artist making it easy to understand while having fun.

$10.00 per 1 hour class – $7 for Odyssey Students
(Check out the first class for free, then sign up for all four if you’re interested in continuing)

Please RSVP if Possible:  mm.rezza@gmail.com


HOLIDAY GIFT MAKING WORKSHOP

Hosted by Chynna Avery – www.chynnaa.com

Ages:  2nd GRADE and UP
WEDNESDAYS from 4pm 5:30pm
Class Dates:  11/9, 11/16, 11/30, 12/7

Location:  The Creative Technology & Arts Center / Odyssey Community School
90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville NC

Make jewelry, mosaics, embroidery and more for every member of your family.

$10.00 per 1 hour class – $7 for Odyssey Students  + $3 Materials fee
(Check out the first class for free, then sign up for all four if you’re interested in continuing)

Please RSVP: cavery@odysseycommunity.org

DIGITAL MUSIC PRODUCTION in ABLETON LIVE
Hosted by Kimathi Moorewww.last.fm/music/Kimathi+Moore

Ages:  High School & Adult
TUESDAYS AT 4PM

Class Dates:  11/8, 11/15, 11/29, 12/6

Location:  The Creative Technology & Arts Center / Odyssey Community School 90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville NC

This will be a course designed to gain a solid foundation in digital music production as its done using Ableton Live. The course will consist of 7 classes given once a week, 1 to 1/1/2 hours per class, and will cover fundamental aspects of music production, mixing, and sound design using Ableton Live.

Throughout the course students will learn the basics of sound manipulation, live recording (acoustic instruments and or field recordings) and fundamentals in making electronic music.  In the process students will also learn how use Live’s sound effects, its warp function and the on-board synthesizers and drum machines. Also included will be learning the basics in musical arrangement, mixing, finalizing mixes (achieving a well balanced recording) and how to export a song digitally, i.e. mp3, wave, aiff. The overall goal of this course will be for the student to know how to express his/her creativity digitally using Ableton Live’s incredible capabilities, and have an overall good grasp of musical technology.  As a final exam students will be asked to create a song, or several, using what they learned throughout the course.

$10.00 per 1 hour class – $7 for Odyssey Students
(Check out the first class for free, then sign up for all four if you’re interested in continuing)

Please RSVP if possible: kimathim@gmail.com


WORDPRESS BASICS & BEYOND
Hosted by Gene A. Felice II – www.genefelice.com

Ages:  Adult
THURSDAYS AT 5:30 PM
Class Dates:  11/10, 11/17, 12/1, 12/8
Location:  The Creative Technology & Arts Center / Odyssey Community School 90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville NC

A four-week workshop series taking you through the process of creating a website with WordPress, an open-source way to create on the Internet.

$10.00 per 1 hour class
(Check out the first class for free, then sign up for all four if you’re interested in continuing)

Please RSVP if possible: gf@genefelice.com or 828-515-1744


Modul8 & OTHER LIVE VIDEO / VJ TECHNIQUES
Hosted by, Gene A. Felice II – www.genefelice.com

Ages:  High School & Adult
THURSDAYS AT 4PM
Class Dates:  11/10, 11/17, 12/1, 12/8
Location:  The Creative Technology & Arts Center / Odyssey Community School 90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville NC

A four-week workshop series taking you through the process of shooting, exporting and manipulating live video in “VJ” & video installation scenarios.  Primary software for the session is Modul8 (http://www.garagecube.com/modul8/).

Other “open source” options will also be explored.

$10.00 per 1 hour class
(Check out the first class for free, then sign up for all four if you’re interested in continuing)

Please RSVP if possible: gf@genefelice.com or 828-515-1744

Sacred Sound Soul


Friday, Oct. 14
Sacred Sound Soul Activation with Beloved
7:30 p.m.
$15.00

Beloved’s Soul Activations
® combine Sacred Sound from Gemstone Alchemy Crystal Bowls, Vocal Harmonics, Native Flute, Xylophones, and Beloved’s Transmission from the Heart of the Divine Mother. Taking place in Sacred Space, each Soul Activation is a powerful experience of layered sound frequency bringing you deep into your SoulHeart.  


Lying on your mat beneath your blanket, connecting to the sound of your breath, Beloved invites you to let go of the mundane world, surrender and receive.  While she plays and tones, bio sonic sine waves vibrate every cell of your body into perfect harmonic resonance and you are bathed in the ancient wisdom and healing properties of Gemstone Crystals & Elements.  Using the sounds of her bowls and her voice, Beloved takes you on a journey connecting to Earth and Cosmos!

*Please bring a mat or towel and a blanket

For Information please contact Beloved 407-718-1087 Cell or by e-mail Beloved@TheAwakeningSoul.com

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Friday, November 4
Sacred Sound Abundance Meditation / Intro to Prosperity and Abundance
7:30 p.m.
$15.00


This evening’s meditation focuses on Prosperity and Abundance. Exactly what is prosperity? What is abundance and how do we know if we are abundantly prosperous?  What can we do to experience more abundance and prosperity in our lives?

Beloved’s Soul Activations® combine Sacred Sound from Gemstone Alchemy Crystal Bowls, Vocal Harmonics, Native Flute, Xylophones, and Beloved’s Transmission from the Heart of the Divine Mother. Taking place in Sacred Space, each Soul Activation is a powerful experience of layered sound frequency bringing you deep into your SoulHeart.

Lying on your mat beneath your blanket, connecting to the sound of your breath, Beloved invites you to let go of the mundane world, surrender and receive. While she plays and tones, bio sonic sine waves vibrate every cell of your body into perfect harmonic resonance and you are bathed in the ancient wisdom and healing properties of Gemstone Crystals & Elements.  Using the sounds of her bowls and her voice, Beloved takes you on a journey connecting to Earth and Cosmos!

*Please bring a mat or towel and a blanket

For Information please contact Beloved 407-718-1087 Cell or by e-mail Beloved@TheAwakeningSoul.com

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Saturday, November 5
Awakening to Prosperity and Abundance Playshop
10:00 a.m. –  4:00 p.m.
$59.00 Includes Light Snack

This Class is based on Kate Beloved’s book 30 Days to Prosperity and Abundance; An An Angelic Guide to Joyful Living

Is your life rich with vibrant health, romantic bliss and material plenty? Are you consciously creating the life you desire? Do you know how to use the Law of Attraction and the Hermetic Principles of Manifestation? And how do angels fit into all of this?

Come spend the day with Beloved as she introduces you to angels and gently guides you into the vibration of prosperity and abundance. This experiential playshop includes a Sacred Sound Meditation with Beloved’s Gemstone Alchemy Crystal Singing Bowls. Please bring a mat or towel and a blanket. Pre-Registration Preferred. Please contact Beloved 407-718-1087 Cell or by e-mail Beloved@TheAwakeningSoul.com

The Creative Technology & Arts Center Summer Workshop Schedule

Please contact us with any questions for all workshops & classes by emailing: wc@ctacenter.org
CHILD CARE IS AVAILABLE DURING MOST CLASS TIMES:
Please visit our website for more details: http://www.ctacenter.org

 

FREE THE BOOK: Open Source Bookmaking with Bridget Elmer

A 4-week workshop exploring the possibilities for integrating open source digital media with the craft of the handmade book.

High school Students and Adults – Space is limited to 10 people.
Tuesdays at 6:00 pm – June 14-July 5

 

Sit in on the first class free of charge and pay for the series at the end of class if you decide to continue!
$50 for the 4-week workshop

Location: The Creative Technology & Arts Center / Odyssey Community School
90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville NC

The classes will include digital media instruction and bookmaking demonstrations, culminating with a one-night exhibition and discussion focusing on artist’s books made with digital media.

Session 1 Generating Images with Processing (http://www.processing.org/)
Session 2 One-Page Books + Pamphlets + Hybrid Books
Session 3 Desktop Publishing with Scribus
Session 4 The 21st Century Artist’s Book

PLEASE RSVP: bridget@flatbedsplendor.com or 347-489-3493

 

Active, Experiential Summer Program for Young Writers, Artists, Performers, and Filmmakers

Middle school through rising 9th grade

July 11-15 (M-F), 10am – 3pm for 5 classes – $165

 

Location: The Creative Technology & Arts Center / Odyssey Community School
90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville NC

 

Transmedia:

Taking poetry and story into the world of stop-action and digital animation.

With Janet Hurley and Lisa Smith Bruer, film artist.

For Complete Information and to Register:

www.true-ink.com – 828-215-9002

 


 

 

 

WORDPRESS Basics & Beyond

A four-week workshop series taking you through the process of creating a website with WordPress, an open-source way to create on the Internet.

Hosted by Gene A. Felice II www.genefelice.com

MONDAY AFTERNOONS AT 5:30PM, begins Monday July 18th, Ends Aug. 8th

Location: The Creative Technoloy & Arts Center / Odyssey Community School
90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville NC

$40 for the four-week workshop
Sit in on the first class free of charge and pay for the series at the end of class if you decide to continue!

Space is limited to 10 people however exceptions will be made for individuals with their own laptops.

Please RSVP if possible: gf@genefelice.com or 828-515-1744

 

Modul8 & Other Live Video Installation / VJ techniques

A four-week workshop series taking you through the process of shooting, exporting and manipulating live video in “VJ” & video installation scenarios. Primary software for the session is Modul8 (http://www.garagecube.com/modul8/).

Other “open source” options will also be explored.

Hosted by Gene A. Felice II www.genefelice.com

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS AT 5:30PM, begins Wednesday July 20th, Ends Aug. 10th

 

Location: The Creative Technology & Arts Center / Odyssey Community School 90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville NC

$40 for the four-week workshop
Sit in on the first class free of charge and pay for the series at the end of class if you decide to continue!

Space is limited to 10 people however exceptions will be made for individuals with their own laptops.

Please RSVP if possible: gf@genefelice.com or 828-515-1744

 

BEADS, MOSAICS, STAINED GLASS & FIBERS FOR KIDS

Each workshop will explore a different aspect of creativity for kids.

 

hosted by: Chynna Avery http://www.chynnaa.com

2nd GRADE and UP

Classes are Wednesdays at 5pm
Begins Wednesday, July 20th and runs for 4 weeks until Wednesday, Aug. 10th

 

Location: The Creative Technology & Arts Center / Odyssey Community School
90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville NC

Session 1: Beads
Session 2: Mosaics
Session 3: Stained Glass
Session 4: Fibers

$15.00 per 1.5 hour class or all 4 classes for $50.00

Please RSVP: cavery@odysseycommunity.org

Sean Johnson and the Wild Lotus Band

May 7

Sean Johnson and the Wild Lotus Band!

Event at CTAC at the Odyssey School

Date: May 07, 2011
Time: 7:30pm – 10:00pm
Price: $20.00
Spaces Available: Unlimited

The West Asheville Yoga Center is very excited to welcome back to Asheville Sean Johnson and The Wild Lotus Band to celebrate the Divine through great music. The band has been working on a new CD as well as traveling around the country and Europe. They are now recognized as a top modern kirtan band, becoming main figures at major yoga and sacred music festivals worldwide. Due to their rising popularity we are needing to have a larger space for the event so there will be plenty of room to dance! So join us on May 7th at CTAC, the Creative Technology and Arts Center, located within the Odyssey school at 90 Zillicoa St. in Montford.

Here’s what’s being said about Sean Johnson and the Wild Lotus Band: “Sean Johnson and The Wild Lotus Band’s music will ignite the world…a hybrid of East and West that will bring joy to your heart and get your body boogieing.” – Yoga Chicago
See www.seanjohnsonmusic.com.
http://westashevilleyoga.com/events/

Pan Hamonia Spring Festival 2011

May 22

Pan Hamonia Spring Festival

Week 1: Tapas de Música · flute, viola de gamba, harpsichord and percussion
Music of Manuel De Falla, Marin Maris, William Byrd, Diego Ortiz and Lou Harrison
Kate Steinbeck, flute · Gail Ann Schroeder, viola de gamba · Barbara Weiss, harpsichord · River Guerguerian, percussion

Sunday, May 22, 2 PM: FREE Flute & percussion Workshop with River and Kate, Odyssey Creative Tech & Arts Center, 90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville
Sunday, May 22, 4 PM:
CONCERT Odyssey Creative Tech & Arts Center, 90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville
Sunday, May 22, 5:30 PM
: Community Potluck* Odyssey Creative Tech & Arts Center, 90 Zillicoa Street, Asheville //*Bring a dish to share and receive $5 discount to concert admission/1 discount per family

TICKETS $15 / 2 for $25 in advance; $18 / 2 for $30 at the door  / Students FREE
Buy tickets at www.pan-harmonia.org or at the door. Limited seating!

CONTACT INFO:
Pan Harmonia • Kate Steinbeck Artistic director
PO Box 18342 • Asheville, NC 28814
828-254-7123 • www.pan-harmonia.orgoffice@pan-harmonia.org


Mixed Media & Freshman Art

Cob Oven Painting, Screen Printing Tiles & An art gallery field trip

The Creative Technology & Arts Center Spring Workshop Schedule:



Please contact us with any questions for all workshops & classes by emailing:  wc@ctacenter.org

Payments can be made in the Odyssey office by cash, check or credit card.

Please visit our website for more details:  http://www.ctacenter.org

CHILD CARE IS AVAILABLE DURING ALL CLASS TIMES:

 


SOUND IMMERSION

with RIVER GUERGUERIAN
http://www.ShareTheDrum.com
ALL AGES

WEDNESDAY EVENINGS at 5:30pm  $15 per person

This workshop has begun and is currently accepting enrollments.

“Come, lay down, and go into a state of deep relaxation with the sounds and vibrations of Tibetan Singing Bowls, Gongs, Drums, and Didgeridoos.”

Space is limited to 12 people.

Please RSVP if possible:  river@guerguerian.com or 828-301-6605


MULTI-LAYERED TECHNOLOGY FOR ADULTS

an open, weekly session dedicated to exploration

of various creative technology platforms.
Hosted by Gene A. Felice II & visiting artists

www.genefelice.com

TUESDAY EVENINGS at 5:30pm, begins March 1st

$15 per session
This workshop accepts ongoing enrollments.

We’ll explore a variety of Digital Media Applications including:

Topic #1 – March 5th, 8th & 15th:  Photoshop:  Layered Imagery, Collage and how PS can be the foundation of all your mult-media needs
Topic #2 – March 22nd,  April 5th & 12th
:  WordPress:  Making the web easy through a fun & simple website & content management system
Topic #3 – April 26th
:  Video Editing & Compositing with I-Movie, Final Cut Pro & After Effects (for FCP & AE, all students need to have their own laptops with their own software.)
Topic #4 – May 10th
:  3D modeling with Google Sketch-Up
Topic #5 – May 17th & 24th
:  VJ basics:  an introduction to Modul8 & VDMX as well as various free VJ apps.

Discounts will be made for individuals that sign up for multi-week sessions.

Space is limited to 10 people however exceptions will be made for individuals with their own laptops.

Please RSVP if possible: gf@genefelice.com or 828-515-1744


DIGITAL MUSIC PRODUCTION & SOUND DESIGN

w/ Kimathi Moore
http://www.last.fm/music/Kimathi+Moore
http://www.myspace.com/kimamoore/blog/202406604
Adults & Students Welcome

Wednesday’s at 4pm beginning March 2nd
$20 per session or $120 for all seven sessions
This workshop accepts ongoing enrollments.

My name is Kimathi Moore and I’m a traditional & electronic musician, experimental sound artist and have been involved in the electronic music field for over 25 years. Coming from an international background and being born in Paris, France, I was raised in an international environment in which music was always a part of. Because of my parent’s careers I’ve also lived in several countries (West Africa, Caribbean) where I was immersed in their respective cultures. In that, my passion and ear for sound experimentation grew in of its own. Since, I’ve been involved in music and electronics and have always sought to teach others how to explore their own creativity in this area; whether it is beat making or pure sound experimentation, I’m highly interested in teaching others how to explore themselves. It represents a huge part of our future as a whole in terms of new artistic and technological developments.

This will be a course designed to gain a solid foundation in electronic music production as its done in Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) like Ableton Live and Reason, and some basics will cover sound design (manipulation of audio elements). The course will consist of 7 classes given once a week, 1 to 1/1/2 hours per class.

Throughout the course the student will learn the basics of sound creation and how to import it (sample) from a live or prerecorded format into programs like Ableton Live and or Reason and use it as a compositional tool. Afterward the student will learn how to use the on-board midi instruments (drums and virtual synthesizers) to make basic rhythms and melodies and then learn how to use these in conjunction with the program’s special sound effects and the imported sounds/samples, thus adding lots of character to a musical piece. In addition students will learn basics in musical arranging, proper mixing to achieve a well balanced sound and the exporting of songs in basic audio formats, ie; mp3,wave, aiff. At the end of the course the students will know how to express their creativity digitally and have an overall good grasp of musical technology. As a project students will be asked to individually complete a song or several on their own.

Please RSVP if possible: kimathim@gmail.com

 


CHYNNA’S JEWELRY MAKING WORKSHOP

http://www.chynna.com
1st GRADE and UP
Begins Thursday, Feb. 3rd and runs for 8 weeks
This workshop has begun and is currently accepting enrollments.

$10.00 per one-hour class or all 8 classes for $70.00

Please RSVP if possible: cavery@odysseycommunity.org


DANCE IMPROVISATION FOR KIDS

http://www.idodances.com

w/ Kathleen Hahn
Ages 5 through 9
Tuesday’s from 4 to 5pm, starting March 1st
$15 per class
This workshop accepts ongoing enrollments.

Playing fun improvisation games will give kids a chance to explore their own creativity with movement and music. This is a very active class for the body and creative minds. Kids will dance solo and in groups to experiment with all the different funny, slow, quick, jumpy, animated and dynamic ways their body can move.

Please RSVP if possible: katykatykh@hotmail.com

 

CLOGGING FOR ALL AGES

w/ Emolyn Liden
http://gomadnomad.com/2009/12/26/emolyn-liden

Students: 3:45 to 4:30 on Wednesdays $8 per class or $28 for 4 classes
starting Feb. 8th
Adults: 5:30 to 6:30 on Tuesdays: $10 per class or $35 for 4 classes
starting March 3rd

This workshop has begun and is currently accepting enrollments.

My name is Emolyn Liden.  I am a WNC native living in Asheville.  I am a musician and dancer involved in numerous local bands and dance teams.  I have experience teaching dance locally, at the John C Campbell Folk School in Brasstown NC, and I also have experience teaching art, music, and dance for children’s programs.

Please RSVP if possible: tstephens@odysseycommunity.org

MODERN DANCE & EXPRESSIVE MOVEMENT

w/ Claire Barratt director of Cilla Vee Life Arts

http://www.cillavee.com/claire.html

Adults & Teens – Ages 8 and up are welcome if accompanied with an adult
8 week class – Monday’s for 90 min. – 5 to 6:30 pm – Starting March 7th
Sliding scale $10 – $20

This workshop accepts ongoing enrollments.

The classes will include an introduction to a variety of Modern Dance techniques leading into guided improvisation & self-expression through movement.

Claire received her Modern Dance training directly from students of the great pioneers of Modern Dance – who danced with Isadora Duncan, Martha Graham, Mary Wigman & Jose Limon.

She has developed her own methods of structuring & guiding improvisation, which she teaches & performs internationally.

Please RSVP if possible: Claire (917) 650 7321 – www.cillavee.com