ANCIENT ARTS, NEW SHAPES
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Bruno Prager, Alessandra Grando, and Mark Rosenbaum are pooling their talents for a unique event:
an afternoon of yoga and art instruction all in one.
In the historic and serene neighborhood of Algiers Point, we will by hosted by Mark, a master glass blower, at his Rosetree Blown Glass Studio where you'll produce your own glass piece coached by him and instructed in his unique approach to an ancient art.
Alessandra and Bruno will guide you through a wonderful yoga practice inspired by the Kaiut Method, a unique, impactful wellness tool and a profound evolution in the ancient art of yoga.
Join us for a relaxing afternoon where you can open your body and mind in a stimulating and restorative yoga class and express new-found creativity with the ancient art of glassblowing!
Yoga for Art's Sake!
No previous yoga or art experience needed. Mark loves teaching his art no matter the skill level of his students. The Kaiut Method is accessible, inclusive and for all ages and body types.
TIME & PLACE:
Saturday MARCH 7th
446 Vallette St.
New Orleans, LA 70114
Instruction in glassblowing and creating your own "sun-catcher"
1 hour of Kaiut Yoga and deep relaxation
Tea & light bites will follow the practice. Art supplies and yoga equipment provided.
Pre-registration is requested due to limited space. To register, please follow this link:
Prior to the event, please complete an intake form for the yoga portion of the workshop:
Mark received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Tyler School of Art and became the first recipient of a Master of Fine Arts in glassblowing from Tulane University. Awarded a grant by the Louisiana Division of the Arts, he established the first privately owned glassblowing studio in the state of Louisiana.
Alessandra Grando and Bruno Prager:
Alessandra and Bruno are long-time students of the Kaiut Method. They have a combined 22 years practicing and teaching this method and now as a couple are based out of their SATI Yoga Studio in Uptown New Orleans. They became the first teachers to teach the method in the South and the only teachers in Louisiana.
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What is glassblowing?
In the words of Mark: "Glassblowing is much akin to a dance; the artist moves with respect and knowledge of the partner. Each has an important contribution to the final piece, but only one will lead – the artist. The dance, when completed, yields an object that was only conceived in one’s imagination or on paper, a tangible work as a result of collaboration between artist and material."