Forest Veil and Indira Valey
Announcing the second installment in a showcase series celebrating the future of inclusive cultural events brought to you by CymaSpace: www.cymaspace.org/events
RESERVE YOUR TICKET NOW!
We have a very limited number of tickets available, reserve yours early to avoid disappointment: http://cyma-valmon.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 6:00 - 8:00pm.
WHAT IS CYMASPACE?
CymaSpace is a Portland, OR based non-profit that focuses on making cultural events inclusive for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. We develop art and performances that largely feature the synergy of sound, light, and vibration - some of which have been featured on the Jimmy Kimmel Live! show, in the Oregon Museum Science and Industry (OMSI), and the Portland Winter Light Festival.
CymaSpace was founded by Myles de Bastion, because as a musician and visual interaction designer who also happens to be Deaf, he experienced first-hand the challenge of participating in a world, that for most part takes for granted the accessibility of sound.
CymaSpace serves to create bridges between the Deaf and the Hearing in a positive way that open doors for underserved minorities, changes misconceptions about Deafness and is striving to make a real, socio-economic difference. Through our work, we show that by lowering barriers that prevent equal access to art and culture, everyone benefits.
CymaSpace is an entirely volunteer-run organization that consists of a thriving community of engineers, artists and forward-thinking partnering organizations who are pioneering the next generation of accessibility, as it pertains to arts and cultural events.
A CymaSpace event is something that needs to be experienced first-hand, all art technology and modern accessibility implementations are developed in-house and cannot be not readily found anywhere else. Whether you are Hearing, Deaf or Hard of Hearing, young or old, all of your senses will be engaged!
This event is made possible in part thanks to the support of the Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC).
Interested in the benefits of being a sponsor? Please contact us directly: firstname.lastname@example.org
Inquiries about this event and reservation requests can be directed to:
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931 se 6th ave
Portland, OR 97214
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|Dog Friendly: No|
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