Foundry Extension Drawing: Elevation.

Arcosanti staff and volunteers prepare another delicious dinner, this time for a performance by HUMAN NATURE. This is the 11th year that this dance group from Flagstaff, AZ has come to Arcosanti for a 7-day workshop that accumulates in a public performance on their last night.
[Image: Yuki Yanagimoto & text: sa]

A Post In Fabrication And Transportation

Chef Eleanor’s menu: Chicken prepared with Proscuitto & Pears, Yellow Pepper & Beet Soup, Greens with Hazelnuts, Oranges & Arcosanti Peach Vinagrette, Roasted Arcosanti Tomatoes & Zucchini. Leek Tart, Parsnips with Rosemary & Honey. For Desert: Chocolate Peanut Butter Pielettes.
[Image: Yuki Yanagimoto & text: sa]

The Posts In Place

A festive crowd enjoys the delicious dinner.
[Image: Yuki Yanagimoto & text: sa]

The Shade Structure Presentation

The title of this years intense and beautifully executed performance is “Extinction, once there were birds”. Intention of the dance is to illuminate the ways in which humans are accelerating extinctions, leaving holes in the fabric of our planet. During the eleven years of Human Nature’s existence there has been a continuing central dialectic between set work and improvisation. EXTINCTION is the first performance that is entirely improvised. Performers this year are Mizu Desierto, Jayne Lee, Arcosanti alumna Anastazia Millison, Nathan Mongomery, Arcosanti alumnus Paul Moore and Delisa Myles.

Further performances of this play will take place as follows: FLAGSTAFF ORPHEUM, October 17, 2004 at 7:30 pm and at the SEDONA FUTURE STUDIOS, October 23. 2004 at 8pm.
[Image: Yuki Yanagimoto & text: sa]

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