Are you ready for KIDS POP fun!? Ever wanted to write a song but didn’t know how to begin? Come to “Krista’s Songwriting Machine” workshop at the KIDS CRAWL Saturday, September 29th from 12-2pm and join in the songwriting game! FREE. Ages 5+. No musical experience necessary. Sunday, September 30th from 2-3pm is the FAMILY STYLE extravaganza with kids of all ages performing as well as a special LEDERHOSEN LUCIL appearance! FREE AFTERNOON CABARET!
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I’m enjoying tasty wild blueberries, crisp apples and beautiful squash while wrapping up a summer contract at ELAN. Working in Communications on the 4th edition of Arts Alive! Québec , I helped curate the inaugural Montréal Library Series – 4 library events featuring bookend musical performances and 3 celebrated authors reading from recent works. I’ll be in attendance at the West Island edition September 26th so mark your calendars and see you at this unique event! FREE
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th: I’ll be facilitating the “Krista’s Songwriting Machine” workshop at the KIDS POP CRAWL | 12pm-2pm | FREE | Clubhouse POP. Come make a song using my random draw method! No musical experience necessary.
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th: Lederhosen Lucil returns as part of FAMILY STYLE.|2-3pm |FREE | Piccolo Rialto | Performances by local youth and a special narrative dance party by LL.
A little video treat shot on location in Marfa created by powerhouse filmmaker duo Walley Films. During a recent trip to Texas I facilitated songwriting workshops at SAY Sí (San Antonio), collaborated with filmmaker Guillermina Zabala to capture the essence of the “Hello Trees” installation (Houston), and hosted a concert at Brick featuring Jess DeCuir on theremin and Dreambored.
I returned to Texas in February 2018 to document the latest offering from interactive design company Daily tous les jours – a walking serenade inspired by the gorgeous live oak trees at Discovery Green in Houston, Texas. Accompanied by filmmaker and artist Guillermina Zabala we explored and documented the inaugural installation of Hello Trees, an interactive sculpture that encouraged visitors to send their messages to nature. By speaking into either end of the installation your voice was transformed into both light and eventually a classical piano abstraction – a poetic meeting of nature, technology and music. We hope you enjoy this creative documentation – an ode to Hello Trees.