Season XXVIII Volume 10 Issue 2 April-June 2013

Information


Up Coming


XYZ at 12 MINUTES MAX
Dunce School for the Arts
at the Rockwood Studios, #5 1064 E. 2100 S.
June 23, 2013, 2:00pm
Admission is FREE!


Presentations Are Available!
For further information go to
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Contact Another Language
about scheduling a presentation
for your organization.


Contact Information

Office: (801) 531-9419
e-mail: info(at)anotherlanguage(dot)org
www.anotherlanguage.org


ANOTHER LANGUAGE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS

National Advisory Board

Charles Amirkhanian
Executive Director
Other Minds Festival
San Francisco, CA

Jeff Carpenter
Multimedia Specialist, NCSA
Urbana Champaign, IL

Kent Christensen
Artist
New York, NY

Karly Rothenberg
Faculty Member and
Industry Event Coordinator
AMDA College & Conservatory
Sun Valley, CA


Utah Advisory Board

Pauline Blanchard
The Pauline Blanchard Trust

Wayne Bradford
Systems Administrator
University of Utah

Harold Carr
Software Architect
Oracle Corporation

Victoria Rasmussen
Broad Band Computer Professional


Board of Directors

Kathy Valburg
Another Language President
Ice Skating Director

Sylvia Ring
Registered OR Nurse

Jan Abramson
University of Utah
Health Sciences
Grants Contract Officer


Staff

Jimmy Miklavcic
Founding Co-Director

Elizabeth Miklavcic
Founding Co-Director

Awards

Another Language Directors, Elizabeth and Jimmy Miklavcic, received the 1995 Utah Arts Festival/Mayor's Artists Award in Performing Arts.

InterPlay: Loose Minds in a Box was honored as a national semi-finalist for the 2006 Peoria Prize for Creativity.

InterPlay: Nel Tempo di Sogno received a 2007 City Weekly Artys Staff Award for Best Real-time, Distributed, Surrealistic, Cinema.

InterPlay: Carnivale received a 2008 City Weekly Artys Readers Choice Award for Best Opera/ Symphony performance by Travis Eberhard and Artemio Contreras.

InterPlay: AnARTomy was awarded the 2009 City Weekly Artys Staff Award - Best Reason To Set Your Alarm Sunday Morning.

Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters The Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters chose InterPlay: Performing on a High Tech Wire written by Elizabeth and Jimmy Miklavcic to receive the 2010 Best Paper Award in the Arts Category.

Duel*Ality 1.0 was awarded the Salt Lake City Weekly's 2011 Artys Staff Award - Best Mixed-Media Performance Art.

Historical Gallery

Rediscover Downtown
September, 1989


Pictured: Elizabeth Miklavcic, Christopher Ivins, Jimmy Miklavcic

Photo: Paul Christean



Pictured: Elizabeth Miklavcic, Christopher Ivins, Gunild Pak, Jimmy Miklavcic

Photo: Paul Christean


Salt Flats Photo Shoot
May 16, 1993


Pictured: Jimmy & Elizabeth Miklavcic

Photo: Chris Pfeiffer



Pictured: Spencer John Powell, Marianne Benson, Chara Huckins

Photo: Chris Pfeiffer

Spotlight

Left to Right: Elizabeth Miklavcic, Alexis Levitt, Hanelle Miklavcic, Jimmy Miklavcic
Converting XYZ to Anaglyph
Another Language Performing Arts Company is currently converting the 3D video portion of XYZ from active 3D stereoscopy to red/cyan anaglyph stereoscopy. This conversion will make the 3D XYZ experience available to more viewers with the use of widely available red/cyan glasses. This will allow the company to stream XYZ from the Another Language website or provide screenings at many other venues.
The conversion process involves, re-rendering all the animation for the 12-minute video, because the interaxial separation (the distance between the right and left virtual cameras) needs to be reset, placing the cameras much closer together. Since another pass through the render process is required, it will be necessary to re-edit the final stereographic scenes together. Once this is complete, the left and right videos will be processed in Adobe After Effects in order to produce the final red/cyan anaglyphic video. The resulting video can then be screened on any standard HD TV or video display.
Another Language will continue to research the stereographic video process to find the best methods that will present the Company's 3D work in the highest quality. The next showing of XYZ will be for 12 Minutes Max produced by the Dunce School for the Arts on June 23rd at 2pm.

Kristina Lenzi Photo: Gretchen Reynolds
12 MINUTES MAX
On Sunday, June 23rd at 2:00pm, Another Language Performing Arts Company will participate in 12 Minutes Max, showing an anaglyph (red/cyan) version of XYZ at Dunce School for the Arts. Audience members will wear the "really cool" red and cyan paper glasses. These glasses will be a take home gift for the attendees.
Dunce School for the Arts is a broadband art house founded by Gretchen Reynolds and Alexandra Karl. It is located in Sugar House (Utah) at the Rockwood Studios, #5 1064 E. 2100 S. 12 Minutes Max showcases short experimental pieces and works-in-progress across disciplines with a twelve minute maximum performance time. It takes place on the third Sunday, every other month. Admission is FREE with concessions available and donations are gratefully accepted. Everyone is welcome, but please no children under 10.
DUNCE believes everyone has something unique and interesting to say. Offering a wide range of classes and workshops for adults, they help students distill an artistic vision and develop their own visual language. Classes blend time-honored traditions with contemporary practices.
DUNCE also believes that art does not happen in a vacuum, but in concert with other practitioners in the field. These may hail from foreign lands, distant time periods or unfamiliar mindsets. Special events at DUNCE are designed to inspire individuals while engaging Salt Lake's art community.
For further information email dunceartschool(at)gmail(dot)com, check the Dunce School for the Arts Website and Facebook Page.

Ellen Pearlman Self-Portrait
VOLUMETRIC SOCIETY of NYC - 3D, TELEMATICS, KINECT, EMOTIVE +
Ellen Pearlman - Co-Organizer, Director and Curator of the Volumetric Society of New York City contacted Another Language Directors Elizabeth and Jimmy Miklavcic, after hearing about the XYZ (2013) stereoscopic project through a blog post on the Dance-Tech.net DTTV Social Network founded by Marlon Barrios Solano. The Volumetric Society of NYC is organized by Ellen Pearlman and Sean Kean.
Comprised of an eclectic group of almost one thousand New York City based innovators, they explore the art and science of the new world of natural user interface (NUI) between body, brain, and spatially aware computing for the physical world. The Volumetric Society has on going meet ups in various locations throughout New York to exchange ideas, demo projects, and expose members to the volumetric future through devices such as Kinect, Emotive/MindWave, volumetric 3D displays, cameras and telematic interfaces. Everyone is welcome - from advanced hardware hackers to those who would like to learn what can be done with these new technologies in the arts, sciences, healthcare, gaming, academia, and business venture opportunities.
The Volumetric Society also offers low cost classes in high-end technology partnering with Devotion Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and the IMC Labs in Chelsea, Manhattan. In the coming month they will be offering members a social networking platform through TenLegs, and a Kinect Lab for collaborations through CultureHub/LaMaMa Seoul Arts.


Spencer John Powell & Elizabeth Miklavcic Photo: Paul Christean
The current phase of the historical documentation of Another Language Performing Arts Company, involves the digitization and restoration of thousands of photographs from many performances. The historical archive includes text, posters, programs, movies and images. Building this extensive section of the Company's website has taken over ten years and will continue to be a multi-year project. Visit the History section of the website to learn about the many artistic contributions of Another Language.

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SPONSORS


Friends & Members:
Janice Abdulian
Kathy Chamberlain
Vera Feight
Carol Freeman - In Memoria
Michael Freeman
Jennifer & Kevin Gray
Dave & Mary Hanscom
Matthew Loel T. Hepworth
Tina Karlsson
Hanelle Miklavcic
Kathy & Darrell Valburg
Nicola & Rus Whaley
Contributors:
Jan Abramson
Dr. Tanya Johnson, Ph.d.
Eileen Keen
Sylvia Ring
Jo-Ann Wong
Sponsors:
Pauline Blanchard
Barbara & Dave Chamberlain
Lynn M. Decker
Victoria Rasmussen


   

   

Supported by the Utah Division of Arts and Museums, with funding from the State of Utah and
the National Endowment for the Arts.

"Another Language Performing Arts Company thanks the voters of Salt Lake County for their support of the Zoo, Arts & Parks program. One-tenth of one percent of the Salt Lake County sales tax goes to support local cultural, botanical, and zoological organizations. This funding has not only stabilized many of Salt Lake's cultural organizations, but has also funded the construction of new recreational facilities, and improved walking trails. ZAP funding helps to provide "free" days, free concerts, reduced ticket prices for students, and provide in-school programs for children in grades kindergarten through twelfth grade."

Another Language Performing Arts Company [501c(3)] : Salt Lake City, Utah
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