WITH DOHEE LEE
Held at the historic Mountain Home Studio, Kentfield, California
DATE: September 23, 2017
TIME: 10AM - 5PM
Full workshop fee due by September 11
Includes $30 non-refundable deposit. Remaining workshop fee is refundable with 24-hour cancellation notice.
Proceeds benefit Tamalpa ArtCorps, view our ArtCorps video here
*CEUs available, pre-registration required.
Provider number: 75903. This course meets the qualifications for 6 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. For additional information about CEUs for this course contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-457-8555.
Through breath and rhythm, we tune our body instrument and free our voices to explore sounds, songs, and movement. Explore sound through Dohee Lee's expansive range of vocal techniques to create a mystical and universal language. This workshop expands participants' vocabularies with feelings, energies, memories, and stories to create new art.
All levels of experience welcome. Art materials provided.
Born on Jeju Island in South Korea, Dohee Lee studied Korean dance, music, percussion and vocals at the master level in Korea, and trained at Tamalpa. Since her arrival in the US she has been a vital contributor to both the traditional and contemporary arts landscape of the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.
Lee founded the Puri Project in 2004 to present interdisciplinary works that embrace the ritualistic and healing aspects of performance. She has performed in venues and festivals around the world, collaborated with leading artists and has received numerous awards including the Isadora Duncan Special Award honoring Outstanding Achievement. Artist residencies include the Oakland Asian Cultural Center, the Watermill Center in New York with the Degenerate Art Ensemble, the Headlands Center for the Arts, the Paul Dresher Artist Residency Center, and the Montalvo Arts Center. In 2010, she appeared at Carnegie Hall with Kronos Quartet, performing her original composition, Sinawi and at Teatro Municipal de Lima in Peru with Pauchi Sasaki and Collective in “MURU”.
Lee acted as artistic director and instructor at the Korean Youth Cultural Center from 2002 to 2008, resident artist and instructor at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center from 2008 to 2011, has been a guest instructor at San Francisco State University, Saint Mary’s College, UC Berkeley and Northern Illinois University.
Photo by Pak Han
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