Saturday, January 17, 2015

Salon Lounge at Dixon Place - January 17, 2015

Dixon Place presents..."Salon Lounge at Dixon Place"

a monthly showcase of performance/literature/film-video by women

an International Women Artists’ Salon series

Saturday, 17 January 2015 ~ Host: Jenny Green

Film: Janet Restino
FULL MOON/PEACE POEM, a plea for rivers of peace to permeate all people, for reflection, a prayer for peace.

Janet wrote FULL MOON PEACE POEM in Aug 2001. Years later, it was recorded live at St. John’s Church in West Village by Pamela Timmins. It gets more urgent as years go by. She encourages you to share the message.

Janet says: I’m not much different than a bee making honey, a spider spinning a web. I mine the psyche and the spirit to make art. I’m just a vessel at times – keeping myself in tune to participate in the act of creation, which feels truly divine.

Theater: Flo Ankah
Excerpt from a new play, "Disco Love" with Ilinca Tuvene

Flo Ankah is an actress and filmmaker, also known as a chanteuse under the mononym Floanne. She founded Simple Production in 2006.

Ilinca Tuvene is an actress, stylist and production designer based in New York City.

Literature: Barbara Kahn
CO-OP, written and performed by Barbara is about the displacement of artists and other low-income residents from the Lower East Side

Barbara Kahn is a multi-award winning playwright/director/actor/coach. Barbara’s plays have been produced in the U.S. and Europe. She has directed in NY, Paris, and the National Theatre. Since 1994, Theater for the New City has been her NYC theater home. With Terrence McNally, August Wilson and A.R. Gurney, she received the Torch of Hope Award. Her most recent production is Women of the Wind, a play about three of the women involved in the movie Gone with the Wind. Produced by Theater for the New City, February 5-22, 2015. 155 First Ave.

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Comedy: Teresa DeGaetano

Teresa is a stand up comic based out of NYC. Her comedy is personal yet an honest observation of what life is like for a woman in today's society.

International Women Artists’ Salon
is a cross-disciplinary, cross-cultural global organization of women making art in the world today.

Music+Dance+Video+Film+Comedy+Theater+Writing+Visual Arts+Fashion+Architecture+Design+et al.

Twitter: @womenartsalon
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Thank you to Dixon Place and staff, Maggie Cousins (logo), IWAS Volunteers  

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