Nectar: Shift

Forum-style presentation of music, dancing, performance art, spoken word, and more, all highlighting relevant social themes in arts and education.

When: Saturday, Sept. 11, 2010, 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Where: Yoga Soup, 28 Parker Wy., Santa Barbara

Cost: $5 - $10

Age limit: Not available

Categories: Performance art


NECTAR is a professional-level artist’s forum highlighting relevant social themes through the arts and education”. NECTAR takes place once every 2-3 months and showcases art in many different mediums, from visual art to dance performance. Featured artists who will showcase their works were encouraged to create around a different theme in the medium of their choice. NECTAR also “links-up” with local organization whose mission is aligned with the chosen theme.

~ “NECTAR; SHIFT” invites artists to reflect on the idea of personal, communal and global shift. This show will include LIVE/ORIGINAL Dance Performance and Choreography, Music, Theatre, Spoken Word, Performance Art, Fine Art, Film and Photography by professional Santa Barbara artists. “NECTAR; SHIFT” will be highlighting the work of AWOL (Arts Without Limits); a new arts mentoring program directed by Julie Mcleod.

~ "NECTAR; SHIFT" will be highlighting the work of Art Without Limits, e new nonprofit arts mentoring program directed by Julie Mcleod.

~ Contributing Artists:

Dance; Robin Bisio, Cybil Gilbertson, Melanie Johnnson, Erin Martinez, Emily Proctor and Natalie Starr.
Music; Gabriel Quinn, Alixandra Macmillan-Fidel, Justin Ratowsky and Amber Rose.
Theatre/Spoken Word; Lisa Citore and Celeste Pearlman.
Performance Art; Kendall Pata and Denise Zaverdas (yoga).
Fine Art; Matthew Andres.
Photography; Elite Henenson.

~ Tickets are $10 General admission, $5 Kids under 12 (purchase at the door only).

~ For more information, contact Yoga Soup at (805) 965-8811, visit

Phone: 805-965-8811

Event posted Aug. 19, 2010
Last updated Aug. 19, 2010


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