March 16, 2015

Making Muscles, as requested by the Interviewer, Jeff, is that right, Jeff? :-) in my Williamsburg Living Room Post-Interview, 9/26/14  | photo: Jeff Wengrofsky

Jeff Wengrofsky came over to my apartment this past September and interviewed me for his radio show, Gift Horse: Inside New York Art, which just aired on Ukrainian National Radio. The broadcast was on Wednesday 3/11 and Sunday 3/15 at 8:00pm EST from Ukraine via I-RADIO. I haven't actually yet listened to it myself. Gonna do that this week! If you'd like to listen (maybe even before I have a chance to), here's the archived interview (looks like you actually have to scroll to the bottom of the page and type in my name in the search field).
February 15, 2015

Meredith Monk's Weekend-Long Workshop: Participants and Teachers, 2/15/15 | photo: Peter Sciscioli

As my 36th Birthday present to myself, I participated in an immersive weekend of workshops at Meredith Monk's beautifully spacious loft here in NYC. Meredith and her collaborators were a joy to work with - open, experimental, quirky, challenging, and so much fun! They provided us with thrill and safety, as we explored vulnerable, exciting ways to move and express ourselves anew. Love it! I wish I’d had a deeper understanding of Meredith's work before this workshop. I felt a close relatedness to her process / methods / goals as within my own work. I don’t so often feel this with many artists, so this was grounding and very, very inspiring. Please do consider participating in some workshops with her and her collaborators if you're every granted the opportunity. It's a wild (and educational) ride!
October 24, 2014
I’m excited to announce that the North American Theatrical Release for Josephine Decker’s, “Butter on the Latch”, in which I am the lead actress, along with her film “Thou Wast Mild and Lovely” (in which I am an Associate Producer) will be taking place on: Friday November 14th and Sunday November 16th at MINY Media Center by IFP 30 John St. Brooklyn New York 11201

Screenings will be followed by Director and Cast Q&A, a performance by my vocal trio Hydraand an opening night party featuring Raya Brass BandScreenings to follow the opening night, throughout the run, will include tea parties + ballet dancers … Keep your eyes and ears peeled for details. 

Tickets

NEW “Butter on the Latch” trailer HERE.  NEW “Thou Wast Mild and Lovely” trailer HERE
Like the "Butter on the Latch" "Butter" Fan Page  |   "Butter + Hydra" FB Event   |   Hydra Fan Page

SCREENING TIMES: Friday 11/146:30pm & 8:30pm (includes Hydra performance in addition to Q+A), Saturday 11/15: 4pm, 6pm, & 8pmSunday 11/162pm & 4pm (includes Hydra performance in addition to Q+A)Monday 11/17: 6:30pm & 8:30pmTuesday 11/18: 2pm, 5pmWednesday 11/19: 12pm & 2pm, Thursday 11/20: 6pm & 8pm

April 15, 2014
*(Note from Sarah) Upcoming Black Sea Hotel Vocal Workshop

For those of you interested in learning Balkan a Cappella singing, Black Sea Hotel would love to share techniques and songs with you. We will be hosting this vocal workshop this coming weekend (Sunday, Sept 7th at 1PM.). The workshop will examine vocal placement, stylistic elements and ornamentation, strategies for blend, and rhythmic and harmonic structures. We will teach songs that exemplify all of these elements. The workshop is open to all levels; previous experience and sight-reading are not required. RSVP (Willa Roberts at  "> ) to confirm your spot and receive directions to location. 


February 15, 2014
Oh my goodness… The Berlinale experience was out of this world! "Butter on the Latch" was received with endless enthusiasm. All the screenings (theaters of 500 people!) were sold out each night. Josephine Decker, the director of both "Butter on the Latch" and her second feature - which was also chosen to screen at the festival ("Thou Wast Mild and Lovely”) - was a wandering star at the Festival. We are so proud of her. The critical acclaim and press received for "Butter" is making me so proud to be part of this film. Here’s some adorable giggly red-carpet pics the whole thing was magical. Here's a trailer. Here’s some of the Press so far: Variety Magazine, Hammer to Nail, Indiewire, The Skinny, Still in Berlin, No Budge, Fandor, MSN Germany, Radio EINS, Interview MagazineHuffington PostFilmmaker Magazine, Chicago TribuneThe New YorkerBullett,The Playlist, Fimstarts. 
October 06, 2011
For those of you in Georgia, Sarah will be at an opening there tonight as part of the 13th Annual Atlanta Celebrates Photography Festival at Mary Stanley Studio's Gallery 2, located on the ground floor of the Marquis Two Tower adjacent to the Marriott Marquis Hotel in downtown Atlanta.
March 14, 2011
Select images from The Delirium Constructions will be on display at this month's Secret City at Dixon Place in NYC. Sarah will also be giving an artist's talk, and presenting a brief slideshow of images and video footage from her Tableau Vivant project.
April 28, 2010
Sarah will be presenting a lecture at the SoHo Apple Store on May 12, 2010. Sponsored by APA and Kodak, Sarah will be discussing how the practicalities of photographing humans through improvisation, alongside technical considerations and constraints, are enlisted together in order to create her images. Click here to RSVP on Facebook.
January 14, 2010
Directly following the performance at Babeland tonight, Sarah will be speaking at WIN-Initiative's Take 5 event. Hans Neleman, founder of WIN and Take 5, will once again bring together 5 industry professionals to talk about their work for 5 minutes each. The event is set up to generate a discussion about current industry trends and to view and enjoy other artists work. There will be live music and refreshments. The event will also be streaming live on WIN Initiative's website.
September 16, 2009
Tonight, at the SoHo Photo Gallery, Sarah will be sharing slides and answering questions about her ongoing photographic series, The Delirium Constructions. Other speakers include Flora HanitijoJay MaiselDavid Field, and Howard Schatz... 
April 13, 2009
Sarah will be giving a lecture at B+H's Events Space on Sunday Afternoon, May 17, 2009. The talk will cover the creation of one shot from start to finish; including conception, casting, production, improvisation while shooting, direction of models, making mistakes, editing, post, and so forth. Click HERE for more details on the event: The Anatomy of Tension: Exploring the Relationship Between Mechanics, Process, and Photographic Craft in Group Portraiture. 
October 10, 2006

There are a few spaces available to come see me talk about my work with slides tomorrow night as part of the NY Crit Group, lead by Stephen Mallon (President of the NY Chapter of ASMP- American Society of Media Photographers)...

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