This Week in A.I.R. / September 4-5

Saturday, September 4 & Sunday, September 5, 1-5pm


Level5 is a live action role playing performance piece by Brody Condon, based on the Bay Area self actualization seminars of the 1970’s. Condon’s work draws together disparate communities – performative folk artists, performance artists, and practioners of experimental theater – to explore the construction of the self. In this two day participatory piece, fifty players will transform via the characters, or alibis, that they assume.

Visitors are welcomed to watch Level5live-streamed video to the Billy Wilder Theater on Saturday and Sunday from 1-5pm.

Saturday, September 4, 1-4pm

Little William Theater Festival of New Music

This week the clarinet duo, James Sullivan and Brian Walsh, will play new compositions commissioned especially for the Festival.

The Festival of New Music comprises four resident ensembles, 96 composers, 350+ new works, and over 400 concerts inside a coatroom, under the stairs in the lobby of the Hammer Museum. All works have been commissioned for this festival and are under two minutes in length. Concerts are every Saturday from August through November from 1:00 to 4:00pm at the Hammer Museum starting on August 7. This festival is curated by Chris Kallmyer.

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Tags: artist in residence, brian walsh, brody condon, chris kallmyer, james sullivan, level5, little william theater, machine project, mark allen, music, performance