ART LUNCH: The Art of Mime ~ Touching the Invisible with Janet CarafaPosted on Jan 24, 2015 in
A Mime Artist speaks! Come to Art Lunch for a meet-the-artist session with Kaua‘i Mime Artist Janet Carafa.
Janet had the great gift to study intensively with the Master of Mime, Marcel Marceau, and performed for fifteen years as lead company member of The American Mime Theatre in New York City with mime master Paul J Curtis, creator/ director. She will perform, share insights, stories and experiences about her life as a mime artist with the masters of Mime – and the new evolving Art of Mime that is emerging today.
Join us to learn how to “touch the invisible and listen to silence.”
Janet Carafa is an Arts First Teaching Artist. She has taught and performed extensively at many locations in NYC with The American Mime Theatre, including Lincoln Center & the Museum of Modern Art. In the Islands, she has taught Art of Mime at Hawaii Children’s Theatre as faculty member for five years, teaching and directing children and young adults. She presently teaches, performs and gives workshops on Kaua‘i and in NYC and is a foremost participant in the new evolution of the Art of Mime.
Art Lunch is a monthly meet-the-artist lecture series featuring presentations by notable artists and cultural practitioners. Bring your own lunch (or buy one at Artizen cafe) and feed your creativity! Admission is always free and open to the public. More details to come.
HiSAM’s first floor Multipurpose Room, No. 1 Capitol District Building, 250 South Hotel Street. Parking across the street in the Ali’i Place building (entrance at 1099 Alakea St., 75 cents for 30 minutes for first 2 hours), metered parking at ‘Iolani Palace, or metered street parking. Or take TheBus, there are several lines that stop in front of or close to the building.