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Studio-mates, April Sunami, Heidi Madsen, and Pilgrim Heidi Kambitch, have work in the show, "Remnants," up until Saturday, July 11, 2015. "Remnants" is the joint creative force of the Creative Arts of Women (CAW) collective, an open-membership association of women artists, writers, art supporters, art appreciators, and more. -- Urban Arts Space, 50 W. Town Street, Suite 130, Columbus, OH 43215Pilgrim Heidi Kambitch's Open Heart Creatures will perform with new puppets at Comfest Saturday June 27th on the "Live Arts Stage"at 1:30pm.Michael J. Morris's choreographed work, "Toward Belonging," was premiered on April 29th, but a view record, filmed by s lumbert is now available on-line. Performed by Phil Brown Dupont, Justin Fitch, Eve Hermann, and Counterfeit Madison, "Toward Belonging," can be seen at vimeo.com/127365782
Yoga: Yoga is growing at ILLIO! Queer Yoga, Hatha, Ashtanga, and Pranayama. Check out the classes below.
Rentals: If you're looking to rent space for work or events contact Seth at firstname.lastname@example.org, or talk to any studio-mate you know. On the ILLIO side, we ask for $15 (weekdays) or $20 (weekends) per hour. We also negotiate trades in improving the studio space.
Weekly at ILLIO:
Note: Jason's Good Morning Hatha will be taking some Sundays off this summer. There will be no classes June 14, 21, and 28; as well as July 5 and 19. Since it's not really weekly at the moment, the June 7th class info included in the monthly schedule below.
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Weekdays, 6:15am - 7:30am
Living Well - MOVE
Small group training is ongoing, in a convenient drop-in setting. Each day has a varied focus and approach to fitness. You choose your own adventure and decide how many and which days you join the group! Group size could vary from 2-8 participants, giving you a semi-private training experience with greater attention to your technique and abilities, and an individualized and goal-centered training program.Mondays – Strength & Power – Functional, dynamic, big muscle exercises using kettlebells, bodyweight, TRX, plyos, and bands.Tuesdays*– Cardio Intervals & Agility Drills – Energy system development through cardiovascular and agility drills using small hurdles, cone drills, interval training, and sprints.Wednesdays – Core & Control – Unique combination and isometric movements to enhance core strength, range of motion and flexibility, and balance.Thursdays* – Strength & Power – Functional, dynamic, big muscle exercises using kettlebells, bodyweight, TRX, plyos, and bands.Fridays – Wild Card/Trainer’s Choice!Try your first session for free! Session Passes are available. Passes are valid for two months from the date of purchase, and are for individual use only.1-Hour 45-Minute8 Sessions (~1x/week) $80 $6016 Sessions (~2x/week) $128 $9624 Sessions (~3x/week) $168 $126Drop-In $12 $9*Note: There is one small change for the summer season of Living Well. Classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays are now held outside at the Indianola Alternative playground (Indianola K-8 is located along Weber Rd. and Calumet St.) The early sunrise and warmer temperatures make this a fun alternative to the studio. When weather doesn’t permit, we will still meet at the studio.
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, 8-8:45am
Buddha Teaches Buddha - Zen Morning Meditation
Friends bringing in the day on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays through the year with a 20/25-minute seated meditation, and a short “Dharma sharing” style check in. An occasional zen poem is read. Be ready for sitting on the floor (chairs also available). Those new to the practice are welcome. For more information contact seth.josephson@gmail.
ILLIO special events for June:
Friday, June 5th, 8pm
Tim Kaiser (MN) + Chris Weldon (CMH) + Baat (CLE) + Joo Won Park (OH)
Fuse Factory June Frequency Fridays show features experimental electronic musician/instrument maker Tim Kaiser (MN), experimental improv musician Chris Weldon (CMH), experimental electro-acoustic musician Lisa Miralia/Baat, and experimental electronic musician Joo Own Park (OH). Date: Friday, June 5 2015. Location: It Looks Like It's Open (13 E. Tulane Av., 43202). Admission: $10, $15 for 2. Doors open 8pm. Our Frequency Fridays 2014-2015 season is supported by a grant from the Greater Columbus Arts Council.More information here: http://thefusefactory.
Sunday June 7th, 11am-12:15pm
Good Morning Hatha Yoga with Jason Farrington
Sunday June 14th, 1:00-3:00pmJason Farrington is currently wrapping up his 200 hour yoga teacher training program from Balanced Yoga University, and has been practicing yoga for about 4-5 years now. This class is targeted to beginners, but it has benefit for all. All classes are free or by donation.
Wake Up Sangha - Community Mindfulness Practice
Our monthly Sangha meetings consist of sitting meditation, walking meditation, a reading, and sharing from the heart.Wake Up is an active global community of led by young mindfulness practitioners, aged 18-35, and inspired by the teachings of Zen teacher and peace activist Thich Nhat Hanh. We come together to practice awareness in order to take care of ourselves, nourish happiness, and contribute to building a healthier and a more compassionate society. All ages are welcome at our gatherings.Wake Up Columbus sessions are typically led by Claire W. based on the services of the Still Water Sangha of Orono, Maine. Claire is also currently supporting the growth of mindfulness community in Westerville, Ohio. More information will be posted here: wholeheartsanghaofwesterville.
wordpress.com“Feelings, whether of compassion or irritation, should be welcomed, recognized, and treated on an absolutely equal basis; because both are ourselves. The tangerine I am eating is me. The mustard greens I am planting are me. I plant with all my heart and mind. I clean this teapot with the kind of attention I would have were I giving the baby Buddha or Jesus a bath. Nothing should be treated more carefully than anything else. In mindfulness, compassion, irritation, mustard green plant, and teapot are all sacred.” - Thich Naht Hanh (1996)
Sunday June 20th, 10:00am - 5:00pm
Tribal University with Sacred Shimmy Bellydance
Join us for a day of Tribal study and celebration, featuring six unique classes to round out your Tribal education.10:00 AM - Hatha Yoga with Angie Never11:00 AM - Introduction to Middle Eastern Drumming with Zach Beery12:00 PM - ATS® Level One & Two Drills with Eva Owen1:00 PM - Break for Lunch2:30 PM - Make-up for Tribal Performance with Sacred Shimmy Bellydance3:30 PM - Hair Adornment for Tribal Performance with Sacred Shimmy Bellydance4:30 PM - Live Music Drilling with the Sacred Shimmy Musicians, for all levels of ATS® danceSpace is limited. Full day passes will be offered for a discounted rate of $50 until midnight on April 30. From May 1 on, a full day pass is $60. Classes a la carte are $12 each. Tickets available here: www.eventbrite.com/e/tribal-
university-with-sacred-shimmy- tribal-bellydance-tickets- 16675012411 Eventbrite charges a small service fee for all passes.
SATURDAY JULY 18 2015 8PM @ IT LOOKS LIKE IT'S OPEN
The duo of Jack Wright, saxes, and John M. Bennett, words, will perform collaboratively and as soloists, at times with Wright wording and coughing through his horn and Bennett honking and braying through his words. This unique duo has been performing together since the 1980's. An electric performance, though no electricity is involved!
John M. Bennett has published over 400 books and chapbooks of poetry and other materials. He has published, exhibited and performed his word art worldwide in thousands of publications and venues. He was editor and publisher of LOST AND FOUND TIMES (19752005), and is Curator of the Avant Writing Collection at The Ohio State University Libraries. Richard Kostelanetz has called him “the seminal American poet of my generation”. His work, publications, and papers are collected in several major institutions, including Washington University (St. Louis), SUNY Buffalo, The Ohio State University, The Museum of Modern Art, and other major libraries. His PhD (UCLA 1970) is in Latin American Literature. www.johnmbennett.net and http://johnmbennettpoetry.blogspot.com/
Described twenty years ago as an "undergrounder by design," Jack Wright is a veteran saxophone improviser based mainly in Philadelphia. He has played mostly on tour through the US and Europe since the early 80s in search of interesting partners and playing situations. Now at 72 he is still the "Johnny Appleseed of Free Improvisation," as legendary guitarist Davey Williams called him back in the 80s, on the road as much as ever. And he continues to inspire players outside musicschool careerdom, playing sessions with visiting and resident players old and new. His partners over the years are mostly unknown to the music press, and too numerous to mention. He's said to have the widest vocabulary of any, including leaping pitches, punchy, precise timing, sharp and intrusive multiphonics, surprising gaps of silence, and obscene animalistic sounds. A reviewer for the Washington Post said, "In the rarefied, underground world of experimental free improvisation, saxophonist Jack Wright is king". For more info go to springgarden music, for sounds soundcloud.com/#jackwright and writings jackiswright.wordpress.com/