Announcing the second installment in a showcase series celebrating the future of inclusive cultural events brought to you by CymaSpace: www.cymaspace.org/events
BUY YOUR TICKETS ON THE DOOR!
Adults $15 per ticket
Kids 14 years and under, FREE (with adult supervision)
RESERVE YOUR TICKET NOW!
We have a very limited number of tickets available, reserve yours early to avoid disappointment: http://cyma-valveil.brownpapertickets.com.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Guests will be treated to a fully accessible live performance with ASL interpreted performance, sound-reactive lighting, projected visuals, vibrating furniture, creative captions and more!
THE FEATURED ARTISTS
Forest Veil (formerly known as Moniker) was birthed in the misty peaks and valleys of the Northwest pines. Inspired by echoes of the elusive muse, Forest Veil creates music that explores the emotional terrain of humanity and the cosmos. With a mix of enchanting vocals, psychedelic guitar riffs, and enigmatic lyricism, Forest Veils music evokes a haunting nostalgia inspired by other worlds, spirits, and the troubadours of time. Though she writes and records many songs on her own, Forest Veil plays live shows with a full band (drums, bass, guitar, and keys/synth). Forest Veil’s next album, Zoolights, to be released in July 2016.
I believe we are all creative beings, all here with a purpose. My work is in reflecting that back in the pieces I make. When I perform, I trust in our abilities as bodies to transform pain and channel healing. It is a process of letting go while honoring what comes through. My performances are intuitive combinations of movement, music, and visuals.
ASL interpreters will be provided.
SAVE THE DATE!
Sunday, August 7th 2016 from 5:00 – 8:00pm.
Interested in the benefits of being a sponsor? Please contact us directly:
Inquiries about this event and reservation requests can be directed to: | 971 319-4954 | 931 SE 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97214.
Aug 7th, 2016 5:00pm - 8:00pm
931 SE 6th Ave, Portland OR 97214
CymaSpace is a leading advocate for accessibility and inclusion within performing arts, cultural events, and media broadcasting for DHH people. We are constantly striving to find new ways to ensure our venue and events are inclusive, especially to DHH communities.
We provide incubator services for new fledgling organizations and communities that are exploring emerging concepts in combining technology and the arts.
We provide educational opportunities for artists, the general public and other performance venues interested in incorporating our unique, cymatic concepts into their work.
CymaSpace is an epicenter for Cymatic study and we are committed to raising awareness of and promoting the benefits of Cymatics (the science and study of sound made visible).