Friday, February 26, 2010

The Water Project: Water Rave $10

Posted By on Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 9:21 AM

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A couple of weeks ago, we interviewed Jodi Netzer about a new festival she's helping to put together, The Water Project: Tucson's Synergistic Water Festival.

"THE WATER PROJECT: Tucson's Synergistic Water Festival", March 26-28, 2010, celebrates, educates and facilitates creative and proactive problem-solving to protect our most precious and endangered resource—WATER. The festival promotes conservation and responsible development with businesses, organizations, city / county departments, and individuals. Initiating Tucson's own World Water Week, THE WATER PROJECT features an Enviro-Vendor Fair, policy panel discussion, roundtable brainstorms, film series, theatrical performance, art happenings, inter-faith / cross-cultural water ritual, and more!

There still plenty of time for you to get involved, and one particular event this weekend will help raise money to pay for festival costs and logistics. Continue to check out the event Website here, for

announcements and dates of community performance rehearsals and puppet making get-togethers. Also check out another great interview with Jodi here from Many Mouths One Stomach.

The WAVE RAVE is being billed as a dance party with performances, art making, videos, face painting, and tasty treats.

Water-themed costumes, stilts, hoops, glow poi... all welcome and encouraged!

Saturday. February 27
7:30 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Presentations: 8:30 p.m.
@ Rhythm Industry Performance Factory
1013 S. Tyndall Ave. (1 block west of Park Avenue, just south of 20th Street)
$10 suggested donation (benefits both projects!)

DJs*:
7nfoRed (Atmosphere Engineers, Tucson)
Humation (Ras Reuven, Tucson)
Jay Eric (Overmind Works, Tucson)
Jumbafri (Glitch.fm / FormB Music, Phoenix)
Moksha Mind (Overmind Works, Phoenix)
Vostek (TheNext.Us, Tucson)
* Watery world-ethno-dub-step-psy-trance-glitch-hop genre mashup!

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