At the current rate of decline, the Asian Elephant will face extinction within the next twenty years. Inspired by a vision of dignity, grandeur, mystery, cross-species kinship that lies deep within all of us, Miranda Loud has launched development of a live performance called Elephantasia which will interweave original music for pipe organ and voice with video projection and dance for cathedral spaces. The artistic team is being assembled with a premiere date of 2013 in the pipeline.
Upcoming Events in 2013
Founder Miranda Loud speaks on Reinvention and Naturestage's work at Regis College Luncheon Series, October 8, 2013
One Language Project For the Love of Dog exhibit moves to Emerson Hospital, Concord, MA (October thru February 2014) Opening held at Mass. General Hospital October 22 5-7
September 15 4 PM. Singer Songwriters Calen Perkins and Meg Smallidge perform an intimate concert in our studio space at Waltham Mills, 144 Moody Street, Waltham, MA, Building 18. Please RSVP
August 28 5 - 7:00 PM Closing Reception for the One Language Project exhibit (For the Love of Dogs) with film screenings of short films by Miranda Loud upstairs and a sale of art to benefit Naturestage
Ecoart lectures and show and tell TBD. Stay tuned.
- policymic.com/articles/75533… fb.me/2AgO206EP 3 days ago
- npr.org/blogs/13.7/201… fb.me/2yV2jdtmz 3 days ago
- Marching together for the elephants fb.me/2LGpiDuGc 3 days ago
- The cost of being an artist in the U.S. November 13, 2013
- Some encouraging news of ivory arrests in China November 6, 2013
- Fraser’s Story October 23, 2013
- One Language Pr… October 21, 2013
- A Week of International Protest Against Poaching and a short film October 10, 2013