the wulf.

upcoming events

08.24.2016 8:00 p.m. - 08.28.2016 08:00 p.m.

Last Chance to Dance Series

Dear All,

As many of you may already know, the wulf. will be leaving our current location at the end of August. Come September, and until we find a more permanent solution, we will continue our activities at satellite locations to be announced soon.

To celebrate the end of an era (8 amazing years!!!) and the start of a new one, we have scheduled a final series of events here at the current location which we are calling "Last Chance to Dance" (though dancing may not necessarily always be involved). So far, there are 10 events lined up culminating the final weekend of August with a party, a concert similar to our very first event, and a sleepover with a final performance at astronomical twilight.

Details of the events will be available on our website and facebook page.

With Much Love,

the wulf.




08.27.2016 8:00 p.m.

Works by Harris Wulfson and Alison Knowles with Sleepover :: Last Chance to Dance Series

Harris Wulfson - durations
Alison Knowles - unfurl

This event will be very similar to our first event on 8.22.2008. Bring something to unfurl / unroll as the idea is to slowly unfurl / unroll things till the space is covered. Here is a video from that first performance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yNvpXT5I_3s

Then, we invite you to spend the night to enjoy one last performance (details in the following event) during sunrise (starting at astronomical twilight). So also feel free to bring something to lay down on comfortably should you feel compelled to stay the night.


08.28.2016 4:30 a.m.

Michael Winter - minor third abstract (at astronomical twilight) :: Last Chance to Dance Series

Final performance of the last chance to dance series before the wulf. moves on to other places. During sunrise; starting at astronomical twilight. The changing hues of the east facing windows as the sun rises are magical.

The title of the piece is minor third abstract and the score simply states: 'with a very gradual, natural and continuous shift of setting'.