Wild Times: Stop Trying to be Funny
Workshop with Graham Downing
Saturday, June 7, 2014
1:00 – 4:00 pm
Setting off from the Wild Times installation in the museum, participants cleanse their typical routine by moving through the city using instinctive feelings, laughter, and psycho-geography. Come prepared for walking two miles and unexpected weather. Along the way, the group will stop for specific improvised exercises that further enforce the concepts of letting go and “un-planning.” Routines are the chains that restrict wild instinct!
About the Instructor
Graham Downing is an artist who was born in Seattle, lives in Seattle and plans to die in Seattle, WA. He is lucky enough to have shown work at NEPO House, LxWxH, Blindfold Gallery and many more locations. When hes not visual arting he is improvising with Jet City Improv in the University District. He is the less beautiful half of the home gallery Vignettes.
Free with advance registration
For students 18 years old and up
Participants are expected to be prepared to walk some distances and are expected to be prepared for current weather conditions.
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