Thursday, August 11, 2016 — JumpstART 2016, presented by East End Arts was an evening of public arts events in downtown Riverhead, NY, by painters, sculptors, photographers, muralists, dancers and musicians — fourteen in all. JumpstART coincided with ALIVE ON 25 Free Summer Street Festival.
Pictured in the slideshow are: Teresa Lawler’s Peconic Clean, a floating environmental glass fusing sculpture; dancer Kendra Mace-Clarke (see more below including a video clip); Patti Robinson’s Riverhead Time Warp, celebrating the history of Main Street; East End Arts’ Stephanie Israel at the EEA Gallery’s national show, The Gallerist, The Artist, The Critic and The Kid (who were the jurors of the show) currently on exhibit through Sept. 21, 2016; Ferry in Fog, B&W photograph from the show by Helen Janson, simultaneously chosen by all four jurors; Painter James Johansen’s four portraits entitled Celebrating Local Kids; and musician Ahmad Ali celebrating the history of Blues with his band in Double A Blues Performance. Street scenes from ALIVE ON 25 feature Amy Fideli’s The Charming Camper, a 1970 vintage Scotty trailer, her mobile boutique filled with retro trinkets, and lastly, a serving of hot and sweet street life: food truck sausage.
View a video clip of dancer and choreographer Kendra Mace-Clarke on YouTube.
Contemporary dancer and choreographer Kendra Mace-Clarke presents “Dancing in the Rain.” In this August 11, 2016 evening public interactive performance, Guardian Angel “Zeek” (John Gavares) picks up an umbrella and shares an allleyway off Main Street, Riverhead, NY for a mist-infused improvised dance.
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