Move Studios Presents
Move Inspire Explore 
July 22nd 7-10pm 2017

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Join us for this inspirational evening featuring a dynamic spectrum of world dance choreography, feature artist talk, live music, performance art poetry,art exhibition featuring 10 Big Sur artists and more. An interactive event celebrating and advancing the creative arts in our community. The proceeds from this event will support Move Inspire Explore a Dance, Art and Culture Initiative providing world class dance and creative arts opportunities for professional and emerging Dancers, Choreographers and Visual Artists on the Monterey Peninsula. To learn more and watch video about our project click this link

MOVE -INSPIRE -EXPLORE is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas. Fractured Atlas empowers artists, arts organizations, and other cultural sector stakeholders by eliminating practical barriers to artistic expression, so as to foster a more agile and resilient cultural ecosystem. Donate now or find out how you can support artists in our community by getting involved. 
World Dance Choreography Showcase Featuring Twenty Move Studios Faculty and Guest Dancers 

Feature Artist Talk with Enid Baxter Ryce 
Enid Baxter Ryce will give an unusual artist's talk. Thriving in margins between communities,identities, projects, mediums, and categories while investigating places, histories, processes, and ways of being an artist can be exciting and challenging. Also: see a sneak previews of her new film about Fort Ord and find out about rivers in the sky!
Enid Baxter Ryce (nee Blader) is an artist, filmmaker and musician. She grew up in a strip-mining town that was also a Revolutionary War reenactment park. Her works have exhibited internationally at venues including the National Gallery of Art and Library of Congress, Washington, D.C;  the J.P. Getty Museum, Director's Guild of Americ and Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Location One and Academy of Art and Sciences, New York City; Sundance, Park City UT; The Kunsthalle Vienna, The Arnolfini in London;  Center for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow; CCA Andratx, Mallorca and has been written about in The New York Times, Artforum, Artreviews, The Los Angeles Times, and many others. Enid has been the Community Director for the Philip Glass Days and Nights festival since 2013. She has won awards for her work as an artist and arts educator from government agencies and non-profit festivals.  Enid studied fine art at The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, Yale University and Claremont Graduate University.  She is Professor of Cinematic Arts and Environmental Studies and Interim Director of the Salinas City Center for Arts, Culture and Humanities at CSU Monterey Bay. 


Featured Musical Performances 
The Jinxes are a folk pop duo from Monterey Bay, comprised of Kevin Smithand Deanna Ross. They have just released a new EP entitled We Createwhich, in fact, was created partially through crowd funding. While I may occasionally grow cynical at such ventures funded with the aide of sites like Kickstarter, We Create is a perfect testament of what can be accomplished with the right sort. The EP is exactly what its title suggests: a charming, unassuming collection of homespun recordings by a couple with a chemistry unmistakable.


  Arick Arzadon is a singer songwriter born and raised in Seaside and Monterey, CA. He started performing with his school's band, and then eventually started landing roles at the Pacific Repertory Theatre in Carmel, as a teen. He also sang with the Next Generation Jazz Festival, until moving to southern CA to study dance and theatre. In southern CA he sang with the professional group Fourty4B. He currently is a solo sing songwriter, mainly in collaboration with the group The Jinxes.


Jayson Fann  will be performing for with multiple dance choreographies and with Poet Garland Thompson Jr performance poetry on the 22nd. in The last four years alone Jayson has toured performed and exhibited his work in over thirty countries while making significant contributions in the arts in his local community in monterey. He has been featured in over 50 notable publications and film documentaries such as N.Y. Times, L.A Times, Huffington Post, Chicago Tribune, The BBC and  National Public Radio and more.

Big Sur Women of The Arts
Move Studios  
July 22nd Opening 7-10pm


Erlinda Montano - Erin Gaffle-Branham Rendlen - Carolyn Kleefeld Rachel Fann Ruby Dudley - Sarah Healey -Branham Rendlen - Lygia Chappellet
 
Big Sur Women's Artist Exhibition
Move Inspire Explore is proud to announce an extraordinary exhibition and gathering of Big Sur woman artists. Each in their own right are highly accomplished and many of whom have spent decades on the Big Sur Coast. This exhibition will also mark the beginning of a on going workshop series in the Move Studios Gallery space. We are looking forward to providing world class visual art opportunities year round for the community. 

Performance Poetry Reading with
Garland Thompson Jr. 
with live musical accompaniment 
 by Jayson Fann and Kimberly Gunn

Garland is an Artist/Educator who has been working professionally in the entertainment industry for the last 25 years. He has worked successfully with numerous companies across the US, and the UK. Garland has done poetry slams with inmates at San Quentin Prison, and visited the Alameda County Juvenile Detention Center with award winning poets Jimmy Santiago Baca, and Jerry Quickley to speak, and do writing workshops with youths incarcerated there 


Move Studios 
600 E. Franklin St.Monterey, California 93940
Move Studios is a state-of-the-art international dance, arts and cultural Hub dedicated to providing world class dance and creative arts opportunities on the Monterey Peninsula. This public benefit organization focuses on both tradition and innovation through dance education, performance, Events and residency projects in the heart of community.


MOVE ~ INSPIRE ~ EXPLORE
MOVE INSPIRE EXPLORE IS A SPONSORED PROJECT OF FRACTURED ATLAS, A NON-PROFIT ARTS SERVICE ORGANIZATION.

Contributions for the charitable purposes of MOVE INSPIRE EXPLORE must be made payable to "Fractured Atlas" and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

Fractured Atlas empowers artists, arts organizations, and other cultural sector stakeholders by eliminating practical barriers to artistic expression, so as to foster a more agile and resilient cultural ecosystem.
What Does That Really Mean?   To learn more here !!!

Jayson Fann Artist in Residence
Interdisciplinary Artist, Producer, Musician, Educator, Activist

Jayson Fann  is a visual artist, musician, educator and producer. The emphasis of this work is centered around creating community based interactive arts, music, dance and cultural collaborations that foster intercultural Literacy, positive life values, dialogue and awareness.
Jayson's large-scale installations set the stage for his productions that literally weave visual and performing arts with multi-cultural and  environmental education. His productions feature some of the worlds finest visual and performing artist, tradition bearers and cultural pioneers.
The social activism component of his work addresses ideas around identity, perceptions, listening and advocacy dimensions within intercultural arts collaborations that take place worldwide.   In the last four years alone Jayson has toured performed and exhibited his work in over thirty countries while making significant contributions in the arts in his local community on the monterey peninsula. He has been featured in over 50 notable publications and film documentaries such as N.Y. Times, L.A Times, Huffington Post, Chicago Tribune, The BBC and  National Public Radio and more.


Visual Arts Program 
Jayson's current work in residence is a collaboration with owner and director of Move Studios Kristin Minnich and her faculty.  Kristin has built an incredible Public benefit facility that is proving to contribute to the vitality of the creative arts in Monterey offering over fifty classes week including master classes and featured workshops. Jayson will be launching its first Visual Arts program with a exhibition On July 22nd featuring six woman painters from Big Sur. Along with this exhibition each artist will offer a painting class over the following six weeks. These workshops will include live models from the dance faculty. A unique interdisciplinary exchange between dancers and painters. 


Move Inspire Explore  In addition to the visual arts program starting in July Jayson will be helping to launch Move Inspire Explore. This ambitious initiative will include an exciting event series to bringing together key players in the arts community of Monterey. These events will feature dance performances live music, poetry, speakers, authors and art exhibitions. The proceeds from these fundraising events will go into the Move Inspire Explore fund to support ongoing creative developments at Move Studios while providing emerging artists,choreographers and dancers the opportunity to have studio space at the facility to advance their contribute to our community and the world.


Composition and Instrument building 
During Jayson's residency at move he has developed a music studio. The studio has served as a incubation space for a multitude of musical collaborations such as his work with four time emmy winning composer John Wineglass and Marcie Chapa who has served as percussionist for Beyonce. Together they are featured soloist in "Big Sur: The Night Sun" symphonic tour with composer John Wineglass. A poignant and powerful four-movement orchestral masterpiece. Many of the instruments have been built at Move Studios that Jayson and Marcie perform with. Jayson is curating a master class series with musicians such as Joan Biaz son Gabriel Harris  John Nava and The Latin Jazz Ensemble, Mohamed Bangoura of Guinea ,Marcie chapa, Ciiku Ndungu-Case from Kenya ,Dandha Da Hora of Bahia Brazil, Salifu Kone from Burkina Faso and Farima Berinji from Iran. 


Move Studios Out Reach Programs
In addition to programs at Move studios Jayson has spearheaded a outreach program  bringing artists into public and private schools with support from Multiple community organizations including The Arts council for Monterey county, Move Studios and private donors.
Move Studios has served as a perfect base for these outreach programs as it is at the heart of downtown Monterey and has provided a space to hold the musical Instruments collection for the music programs. The schools that have benefited from these programs include Stevenson School in Pebble Beach, Monterey Institute of International Studies at Middleberry College, University of Santa Cruz UCSC, Carmel Middle School, Los Padres Elementary School and Sherwood Elementary School in Salinas. These programs featured Move Studios world music and dance faculty under the direction of Jayson Fann and have cultivated strategic partnerships in arts programming while providing a valuable interface between artist and educational organizations.


Jayson's residency at Move studios has given him a space to explore, innovate and implement new approaches to arts and multicultural education curriculums. These programs are made possible by partnering with multiple organizations in the county most notably the Arts council of Monterey county "Artists in the Schools Program". Additional support for these programs has come from UCSC and  Stevenson school. Together these strategic partnerships have collectively impacted over 2000 youth and community members in Monterey county between February and June of 2017.


  MOVE STUDIOS RESIDENCY
Music Studio and Musical Instrument Exhibition  During Jayson residency at Move Studios he has curated a extraordinary musical instrument exhibition featuring a museum quality collection from every corner of the planet. The exhibition and music studio serves as a classroom that in itself offers a rare opportunity for the community to feel touch and play musical Instruments that are mostly one of a kind and rare.  Offering a multitude of on-going classes, workshops and outreach initiatives Jayson is helping Move studios develop a thriving world music and dance program.These classes included west African, Sufi, Afro Brazilian, Carribean music and dance classes.


 


 


Jayson Fann:Move Studios
 Jayson Fann:
Spirit Garden Productions
Jayson@bigsurspiritgarden.com
831-238-1056