The ARTS at Marks & Hawaii Academy of Performing Arts present
July 2 through 27, 2013
The arts are good at getting attention and even better when they call attention for a good cause!
artwork by Kirsten Simonsen
Join us for our newest exhibition, Zoonami!
Hawaii is one of the most biologically diverse destinations on the planet while simultaneously the extinction capital of the world. Zoonami is a themed exhibit calling attention to the plight of wildlife here and around the world. Selected works will showcase aesthetic, scientific and/or emotional appreciation for our feathered, furry, scaly or even imaginary animal friends.
After careful deliberation of nearly 100 submissions by our guest juror and editor of the Culture Bomb, James Cave, we have selected the top thirty entries to be showcased here at The ARTS at Marks Garage. Through a partnership with the Honolulu Zoo Society, The ARTS at Marks Garage has also acquired works from Rusty and Violet the orangutans, paintings by elephants, and a 7-foot taxidermy reptile called a gharial.
artwork by Joseph Ruesing & Vincent Tully
The ARTS at Marks will be having an opening reception for Zoonami on First Friday, July 5, 2013 from 6-10pm called Party Animals. Party Animals features the Secret Record Store - follow this pop-up records store on Twitter & Instagram at @scrtrcrdstore. DJ Monkey & Friends to provide music to bring out your inner spirit animal! So dress up like your favorite animal and come to enjoy art, shop & dance! The BAR at Marks will be open! All proceeds to benefit Hawaii Academy of Performing Arts.
Zoonami hopes to open the community's eyes to the wild life around us. For more information, please call us at (808) 521-2903 or email us at email@example.com.
Improv is not only about laughs but also about telling complex stories with strong rich characters. In this class students will learn the Fundamentals of Long Form Narrative improv and Story telling, The dynamics of a story arch, and the character archetypes. At the end of eight weeks students will be able to improvised a short improvised play.
Taught By Garrick Paikai & R Kevin Garcia Doyle "Improvised Acting" delves into the idea that good improv comes from a good foundation in acting. This class focuses on the honing your acting chops to polish your improv skills. Among the things students will learn in this class are the fundamentals of acting, How to develop strong characters instantly, and an introduction to narrative story telling.
On The Spot presents Musical Improv 201: Improvising Musicals Numbers
July 13 through August 31, 2013, Saturdays from noon to 2pm
$250 for all eight classes or $40 for drop-in
This class is for advanced improvisers. In this class students will delve deeper into the world of musical improv. OTS will teach an 8-week class that will cover not only the basics such as rhyming, song structure, song styles, song presentation, lyrics, duets, short form singing games, but also go further into fun improvised long form musical theatre, dancing, scenes and story.
This event celebrates the talented partners and residents of The ARTS at Marks Garageand Chinatown Artist Lofts including: Video presentation by Hawaii Women In Filmmaking from their Summer Reel Camp For Girls, Burlesque & Cabaret by Cherry Blossom Cabaret, Improvised Theater by On The Spot Improv, Performances by the Hawaii Shakespeare Festival, a Samba performance by Fusion Dance Co. and circus sideshow feats by Professor Pandemonium. This event also coincides with the Zoonami Exhibit showing from July 2 through July 27, 2013.
The BAR at Marks will be open!
Please use the hashtags #ARKSatMarks and #ARTSatMarks
Reserved table for 2 includes admission for 2, a table and 20 bingo cards.
On Saturday, July 13, 2013 celebrate 7 years of the art of tease with Cherry Blossom Cabaret at their hit burlesque gameshow Burly-Q Bingo: A Burlesque Extravaganza! at The ARTS at Marks Garage! Be warned, this ain't your grandma's bingo! When our clothes hit the floor, you WIN! A night to remember, celebrating 7 years with Honolulu's favorite burlesque performers as they get as close as they can to their birthday suits! Doors open 8pm, first game starts at 8:45pm
On the Spot Continues with theirSaturdaymorning Improv education classes, with its new class subject Improvisation theatre. Taught By Garrick Paikai & R Kevin Garcia Doyle "Improvising Theatre" is a class with the focus of learning how to improvise in a theatrical sense.
The class will delve into the foundations of stage acting as well as improvising on stage. Students will also learn stage genre styles as well as some short form improv games which will help reinforce the theatrical techniques taught in the class.
Greek forces are demoralized and on the verge of open rebellion. The Trojans have grown so used to war that some of their warriors are thinking more of love and less of battle. One such Trojan is Troilus, who has fallen in love from afar with the beautiful, witty Cressida. The tongue tied young man employs Cressida's aunt, Pandara, to arrange an assignation between the two young lovers.
Meanwhile, among the Greeks, Ulysses has decided to confront their soldiers' unrest by humiliating the de facto leader of the dissension, Achilles. Achilles spends all day lounging around with his lover, Patroclus, and refuses to go to battle Ulysses plots to make the Greek soldiers esteem the oafish Ajax over the intractable Achilles in the hopes that it will motivate the later into taking up arms.
However, when Cressida is traded to the Greeks for a Trojan prisoner of war and when Patroclus meets with a violent end, things turn deadly for Trojan and Greek alike.
Friday, July 19, 7:30pm, $15 Saturday, July 20, 7:30pm, $15 Sunday, July 21, 3:30pm, $15 Wednesday, July 23, 7:30pm, $10 Thursday, July 25, 7:30pm, $15 Friday, July 26, 7:30pm, $20 Saturday, July 27, 7:30pm, $20 FREE Companion lecture at 6:30pm Sunday, July 28, 3:30pm, $20
Water is the life-blood of the earth. Without our oceans, rivers, lakes and ponds, life on Earth would be impossible. HI Tides is a themed exhibit at calling attention to the aesthetic, ecological, practical and recreational value of our surf, our waterways, and our coastlines. The value of water is rising astronomically and the battle for clean water has begun.
The ARTS at Marks Garage is officially a drop-off site for Oahu Fresh! Oahu Fresh is a service for those interested in supporting local agriculture and eating locally grown food.
They deliver a $20 bag of Farmers' Market produce sourced primarily from farmers attending the Honolulu Farmers' Market at the Blaisdell. There are also specialty items available to purchase that can be delivered in your weekly bag, such as Naked Cow Dairy cream cheese or PacifiKool ginger syrups.
Please help spread the word, help us help support and eat local!