EAST MEETS WEST: A Virtual Workshop

SHELTERING CHARACTERS: a virtual workshop with Lanny Harrison Meditation Movement Character Archetypes ~for teens & adults ~by donation ~pre-registration required; a link will be sent in advance of the workshop ~two sessions (9/17 & 9/24)—can attend one or both (must register separately for each); 5:30-7PM To register for the Sept 17 workshop, make a donation at the bottom of this page, or click the above link to visit the Eventbrite page. Link to September 24 event registration Contact sarah@westkc.org with any questions. Lanny Harrison is a performance & visual artist, teacher & poet. She began her stage career in Salomon Yakim's NY Pantomime Theater in 1966. She then danced & sang in various character roles on Off-Broadway & went on to create many one-woman shows, touring America & Europe. She has collaborated with actors, musicians & artists - among them: Steve Clorfeine, the late Collin Walcott, Jay Clayton, Jerry Granelli, Robin Daniels, Terre Roche, Lily Pink, Barbara Bash, Arawana Hayashi, Deborah Gladstein, Christine Alicino, and Marcia Pelletiere. She has been a member of The House, Meredith Monk's company since 1969, starring in Monk's brilliant productions through 2002. She still teaches in annual House workshops. In her course Performing Stories: East Meets West at NYU's Gallatin School, Harrison integrates contemplative disciplines & movement/theatrical improvisations. At NY Shambhala Center and at Integral Yoga Institute, her ongoing workshop, Characters in Motion, has been a lab for many creative endeavors including meditation-in-action exercises. Harrison is a founding teacher at West Kortright Centre in upstate NY. She taught at Naropa University for many years & teaches a master class at Yale University annually. Harrison has been a student of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche's since 1972, is a practitioner of Tibetan/Shambhala Buddhism and a certified Meditation Instructor. Later this year, the West Kortright Centre had planned to present THRESHOLD, a mixed media show by Lanny Harrison, Christine Alicino, and Robin Daniels (now rescheduled for 2021). Top photo by Christine Alicino Bottom photo by Hannah Pearl Walcott
 
Details
Date:

September 17

Time:

05:30 pm - 07:00 pm

Event Category:

Workshops

Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/east-meets-west-a-virtual-workshop-tickets-116145946653
Organizer

West Kortright Centre

SHELTERING CHARACTERS: a virtual workshop with Lanny Harrison

Meditation

Movement

Character Archetypes

~for teens & adults

~by donation

~pre-registration required; a link will be sent in advance of the workshop

~two sessions (9/17 & 9/24)—can attend one or both (must register separately for each); 5:30-7PM
To register for the Sept 17 workshop, make a donation at the bottom of this page, or click the above link to visit the Eventbrite page.
Link to September 24 event registration
Contact sarah@westkc.org with any questions.

Lanny Harrison is a performance & visual artist, teacher & poet. She began her stage career in Salomon Yakim’s NY Pantomime Theater in 1966. She then danced & sang in various character roles on Off-Broadway & went on to create many one-woman shows, touring America & Europe. She has collaborated with actors, musicians & artists – among them: Steve Clorfeine, the late Collin Walcott, Jay Clayton, Jerry Granelli, Robin Daniels, Terre Roche, Lily Pink, Barbara Bash, Arawana Hayashi, Deborah Gladstein, Christine Alicino, and Marcia Pelletiere.

She has been a member of The House, Meredith Monk’s company since 1969, starring in Monk’s brilliant productions through 2002. She still teaches in annual House workshops.

In her course Performing Stories: East Meets West at NYU’s Gallatin School, Harrison integrates contemplative disciplines & movement/theatrical improvisations. At NY Shambhala Center and at Integral Yoga Institute, her ongoing workshop, Characters in Motion, has been a lab for many creative endeavors including meditation-in-action exercises. Harrison is a founding teacher at West Kortright Centre in upstate NY. She taught at Naropa University for many years & teaches a master class at Yale University annually. Harrison has been a student of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche’s since 1972, is a practitioner of Tibetan/Shambhala Buddhism and a certified Meditation Instructor.

Later this year, the West Kortright Centre had planned to present THRESHOLD, a mixed media show by Lanny Harrison, Christine Alicino, and Robin Daniels (now rescheduled for 2021).

Top photo by Christine Alicino

Bottom photo by Hannah Pearl Walcott