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Home Movies and Other Family Secrets
Home Movies and Other Family Secrets - Staged for Theatre-in-the-Round viewing and comprised of nine individual works that were assembled with childhood home movies, slides and audio stories of company members. This concert was meant to be seen as one complete work. Introduction of each piece was given by announcer Ryan Sales. The viewer has the option of seeing the work as a whole, or the individual pieces in the video program.
Springdale Concert - As part of the Utah Arts Council's Utah Performing Arts Tour, Another Language Performing Arts Company was booked by Z-Arts!, Dixie College and the O.C. Tanner Amphitheater Summer Arts Series to perform in Springdale, Utah. The beautiful environment of this outdoor amphitheater gave this performance a dreamlike quality.
Utah Arts Festival
Utah Arts Festival - Another Language Performing Arts Company was invited back to the 1991 Utah Arts Festival to reprise Elizabeth Miklavcic's street tap dancing performance. This year all the dances took place at the Triad Center in front of the Devereaux Mansion.
Moving Words
Moving Words - Moving Words was a project initiated by Joyce Marder. This performance was a creative collaboration and a fundraiser for Another Language Performing Arts Company and the League of Utah Writers.
Composer to Composer
Composer to Composer International Music Festival - Composer to Composer was an international conference on New Music held at Telluride, Colorado, on July 11-14, 1991. Co-directed by Charles Amirkhanian and John Lifton, the festival highlighted many invited headliners, including, Eleanor Alberga, Louis Andriessen, Paul Dresher, Janice Giteck, and Alicia Terzian. Another Language performed Music for Bubble Biters at this festival.
Brown Bag Concert
Brown Bag Concert - The Brown Bag Concert Series June-August, is organized and sponsored by the Salt Lake City Arts Council. The summer series brings a variety of lunch-time entertainment to various locations through the Salt Lake City area.
Eglantine - The creation of Eglantine was made possible by a Community Development grant from the Salt Lake City Arts Council. Eglantine was picked as an alternate work for the 7th Annual Morningside Dance Festival at Columbia University, New York. The video was shown at the 1991 Dance and Technology Conference in Madison, Wisconsin. Eglantine was instrumental in Elizabeth's selection as a finalist for the Utah Arts Council's 1991-1992 A View of Nine Visual Arts Program Fellowship Award. Acknowledgment goes to the Salt Lake City Arts Council for its willingness to support new work.
AIDS Awareness Day
AIDS Awareness Day - A tribute to those who had passed away from the HIV virus. The epidemic was in the early stages of awareness especially in mid-sized cities such as Salt Lake City.
Brochure - The 1991 Brochure was designed by Jimmy Miklavcic using old graphic arts techniques such as cut and paste, with paper and photos on white art board. Photos were taken by John Brandon. It described many aspects of the company including the directors, its purpose and the studio. It was also sprinkled with quotes from the Salt Lake Tribune, the Salt Lake Prospect and The Event.
The Artists' Exchange
The Artists' Exchange - Four Artists' Exchanges were held in 1991. The event took place on Sunday mornings, it was a time of open forum between artists and audience members. Artists of all genres were invited to present their work. After each presentation, comments and questions were shared between the artist and the audience.