…was the perfect/dreamy/divine/appropriate way to conclude our week of Lawrence and Anna Halprin RSVP Cycle-inspired activities and workshops – commissioned by the Graham Foundation for their current show “Experiments in Environment: The Halprin Workshops, 1966-1971” – closing down the Sundown Dome social years and starting up those at Salmon C..
…is the awesome 1974 book by my heroes Lawrence and Anna Halprin, with Jim Burns and Paul Baum, which I can’t believe I am just discovering now – as I prepare for a series of workshops at home in LA and in Northern California produced by the Graham Foundation in conjunction with their soon-to-open exhibition ..
…at her Kentfield home/studio – where she has lived and worked since 1945 – last night was a dream come true, joining around 30 other artists in the Berkeley Art Museum’s exhibition The Possible for a few hours with my hero for some fun and energetic movement ..
…from 1970 by Lawrence Halprin – is a book that I’ve had kicking around for a while – but after reading the Anna Halprin biography, I was inspired to pick it up again – and it lays out a brilliant vision for scoring urban space – my particular favorite is the score for the Driftwood ..
…the recent biography by Janice Ross – which I just finished today – of the dancer/choreographer (easy & narrow labels that are too small for her) who I LOVE, whose work (especially “Parades & Changes”) inspires me, whose approach to teaching & practice changed the way I thought about my own work & practice, whose ..
…on the famous redwood deck (designed by her recently deceased husband, renowned landscape architect, Lawrence Halprin) at her mountain home studio in Kentfield, CA were just announced in an email I received today – they are open to anyone and I really wish I was in Northern California so that I could participate – she ..