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Divining Triptychs: Printmaking, Dance, and Poetry Across Millennia
March 16 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm$10 - $20
Works by Robert Woods, Lucinda Weaver, and Alan Bern
Friday, March 16, at 7:30 pm
Saturday, March 17, at 4:30 pm
Doors open 30 min prior.
PACES: dance and poetry fit to the space is the collaborative performance company of Dancer & Choreographer Lucinda Weaver and Poet and Storyteller Alan Bern. Bern and artist Robert Woods have worked together under the imprint of Lines & Faces for over forty years. All three come together in this one-of-a-kind performance “Divining Triptychs: Printmaking, Dance, and Poetry across Millennia.”
Lucinda Weaver grew up dancing in Berkeley, California, with Ruth Hatfield. She studied at UC Berkeley with David Wood and in New York City, where she met Margaret Jenkins who invited her to be a founding member of the Margaret Jenkins Dance Company in San Francisco. She then lived in Europe where she worked and performed as a solo dancer/choreographer. Currently, she is on the guest faculty of the Accademia Teatro Dimitri, a physical theater university in Switzerland.
Alan Bern is a poet, short story writer, and performer. He has two books published by Fithian Press: No no the saddest (2004) and Waterwalking in Berkeley (2007). His third book, greater distance and other poems, with design and illustrations by Robert Woods, was released by Lines & Faces in 2015. Alan worked for over 15 years in the commercial printing industry. He became a librarian in 1992 and is now a Children’s Librarian at Berkeley Public Library.