Everything listed under: performances

  • The Art of Human Being

    A site-specific dance event designed by Lara Binder

    Saturday, March 22nd 6:15-7:15pm
    In the Art Produce Garden

    The Art of Human Being explores genuine embodiment and the unique cultural matrix of place through engagement and inclusion. All will be invited to join an open score featuring elements of performance and play. How will you embrace your authentic state of human being?
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  • A Word Worth A Thousand Pictures

    Performances by San Diego Youth

    Friday, January 31st 4:30-6:30pm
    In the Art Produce Garden-  (enter Herman St.)

    A free event created by local students from University City High School, La Jolla High School, Dehesa Charter, & High Tech High International with music/poetry performances and an open mic. Read more...
  • Art of Process

    Performance Works by Erica Buechner

    Saturday, December 14th 7pm & 8:30pm
    In the Art Produce Gallery and Garden

    Come experience the whirlwind explorational year Erica Buechner spent diving into the process of art making while attending graduate school.  Read more...


  • Reflections

    A Collaboration with Eveoke Dance Theatre
    January 27 – February 19, 2012

    At Art Produce
    Choreography by Ericka Aisha Moore
    Visual Art by Lynn Susholtz & Araceli Carrera

    A feast of movement and visual art intertwined, Reflections is a powerful portrait of 6 little known women who have affected history in a profound way. Can we find our own reflection within the faces and stories of these courageous women? Read reviews, view photos and more at our Reflections page.

  • San Diego Union-Tribune Review: ‘Reflections’ on heroism

    Reflections’ on heroism Eveoke’s new dance-theater piece celebrates lesser-known women who made a difference in the world Eveoke Dance Theatre has long celebrated heroic women. One of the earliest, most memorable works by company founder Gina Angelique was “Soul of a Young Girl” (1996), based on Anne Frank’s diary. And a 2003 piece, “Women Rebels,” honored some three dozen local activists.Eveoke’s current resident choreographer, Ericka Aisha Moore, has continued that tradition. Read more.

  • San Diego CityBeat: Remember these women

    Art Produce and Eveoke Dance Theatre want you to remember these women

    The upcoming 'Reflections' performance is one-part interactive art installation and one-part narrative dance
    Art Produce, the gallery, garden and community space at 3139 University Ave. in North Park, won the Sustainability prize at last year’s Orchids & Onions awards show held by the San Diego Architectural Foundation. It’s an interesting spot and has hosted more than its fair share of experimental-arts, activist and environmental events. For the upcoming “Reflections” performances, a large workshop in the back of Art Produce has been transformed into a multilevel, interactive art installation and stage complete with moving parts, running water and live-feed video. Read more.

  • Eveoke Tells Stories Through Dance: Video

    Monday, February 6, 2012 4:38 pm by Kelly Bennett
    Lynn Susholtz, owner of Art Produce Gallery, highlights the work of Eveoke Dance Theatre at our Meeting of the Minds event on Feb. 1. A few months ago, we visited as Eveoke Dance Company prepared to travel to the Dominican Republic with one of its best-loved productions, "Las Mariposas." Now, the company's in the middle of a production with Lynn Susholtz, artist, educator and own...

  • Barefoot Hockey Goalie

    Saturday, June 11 2011, 7-10 pm

    Barefoot Hockey Goalie performs Their New Opera: Wheat

    BHG has been performing in San Diego since 1993 with operas and short pieces that stretch rock and roll boundaries.  Read More