Brent Green: FILM with LIVE Performed Soundtrack, Oct. 12 @ 7pm

Grand Center Art Center is pleased to collaborate with
Orange County School of the Arts
to present…
 

Brent Green: Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then
Film with Live Performed Soundtrack


The live soundtrack will be performed by Brent Green, with his collaborative partners: Tim Rutili, Tim Hurley (both from Califone); Mike McGinley (Bitter Tears); artists Jacquelyn Gordon and Jim Skuldt.


Sneak Preview of Performance on Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/50408682

ADMISSION: FREE 

Friday, October 12 @ 7pm
Orange County School of the Arts

Margaret A. Webb Theatre
801 N. Main St.

http://www.ocsarts.net/

Donations to benefit future OCSA programs will be accepted at the door.

Generous support for this program, residency and workshops with artist Brent Green provided by:

William Gillespie Foundation
Fainbarg-Chase Families
Max H. Gluck Foundation
Orange County School of the Arts
anonymous donor
community collaborative partners

While in residence, Green will conduct outreach programs with students from California State University Fullerton College of the Arts, Orange County School of theArts, and teens of the Santa Ana community, through drawing, animation and stop-motion filmmaking techniques.

  

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOL OF THE ARTS

http://www.ocsarts.net/

Orange County School of the Arts provides a creative, challenging, and nurturing environment that offers bright and talented students unparalleled preparation for higher education and a profession in the arts.

Additional Information on Brent Green’s residency, workshops and upcoming exhibition at Grand Central Art Center can be found online at: http://grandcentralartcenter.wordpress.com/2012/09/24/brent-green-current-artist-in-residence-gcac/

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2 Responses to Brent Green: FILM with LIVE Performed Soundtrack, Oct. 12 @ 7pm

  1. [...] Saturday evening also marked opening weekend for this semesters Grand Central Art Center Theatre season.  Managed and programmed by CSUF’s Department of Theatre and Dance, the 85 seat black box theatre presents an outstanding series of programs annually.  The season kicked-off with a sell-out audience to Ordinary Day’s.  The musical will continue to run through October 20, so purchase your tickets now and find out about upcoming Grand Central Art Center Theatre offering on the Department of Theatre and Dance website: http://www.fullerton.edu/arts/gcac/theatre.html [...]

  2. [...] 3rd- CSU San Marcos October 4th- Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum October 12th- Grand Central Arts Center, Santa Ana, CA October 17th- Washington&Lee University, Lexington, [...]

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