It will be a contemporary animated portrait of Mendocino village presenting visually dramatic moving portraits and landscapes to be embedded as an after dark projected artwork onto the facade of a building in the village for the upcoming Mendocino Almost Fringe Festival on April 7, 8. Specific projection location is yet to be determined. Learn More
This work simply is not sustainable without community support. I am a working visual artist, supporting myself and family through my creative work which involves countless hours and most often unpaid time to create complex projects using costly projection equipment, and involving research, logistics, permits, transportation, hotels and a myriad of details to execute production.
As with many public art ventures, I don't rely on ticket sales as these events are free to the public. It is only through community support that I am able to continue making experimental, innovative, and socially engaged work that is free to the public.
$3,195 of $7,500 raised as of April 20, 2017
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Great news for the project! the Fringe Festival Committee reviewed, discussed and made a recommendation to fund $2,500 towards the production of "A Portrait of Mendocino".
Also many thanks for donations so far from Leigh Anne Lindsey, Lara Nielson, Marsha Attie, Joe Hall, Paul Douglas,John Osborne, PhD, Susan b. Wood, Mary Charlebois, Pat Scott, Elizabeth Fu and in kind donation from Marty Nemko, PhD., Eric and Elaine Wing Hillesland