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A one-day performance by smudge

August 18, 2008

10 a.m. – noon, 1 p.m. –4 p.m.
Location: Art By the Sea – a project of Campus Provincetown - Trap Shed #1, MacMillan Pier

A site-specific extension of the Japanese tea ceremony will be offered to up to 40 members of the public in Provincetown, MA. …………………………………………………………………………………………………

Smudge (a collaborative art practice between Elizabeth Ellsworth and Jamie Kruse) will offer a public performance titled “Tea Shack,” for one day (August 18, 2008) on MacMillan Wharf in Provincetown at the Art by the Sea trap shed. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., they will create a site specific “extension” of both the Provincelands dune shacks and the Japanese teahouse.  They will perform a modified version of the traditional tea ceremony, adapted to the landscape and culture of Provincetown.

**download the press release
**download the invitation
**download the promotional flyer
**download the history of the Japanese teahouse
**learn about the c-scape dune shack

   
click to view the c-scape dune shack in Provincetown or the Japanese tea house in Kyoto


click to see documenation of event

SPECIAL THANKS TO: Frank Vaseallo of Relish, Tom Rodgers of WA, Sylvie Richard of The Outer Crepe and Provincetown Tourism Director Lisa Bowden!

Art by the Sea is an educational project sponsored by Campus Provincetown and supported by Lisa Bowden.  The project features artisans demonstrating their craft and visitor information about our galleries, studios and cultural venues.  Provincetown is America’s oldest, continuous art colony.