Thursday, September 4, 2014
This past summer I was one of several artists selected to participate in San Anto Cultural Arts "Mini Mural Project". We designed and painted a mural on a special fabric and when completed would be permanently placed on a wall. My mural depicted iconic masked Mexican wrestler Mil Mascaras on a postage stamp.
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
|Last years production of "La Carpa Garcia".|
I've been rehearsing at SaySi for their production of "La Carpa Garcia", an original SaySi play based on the true story of the Carpa Garcia of San Antonio, Texas.
In it, I play the part of the elderly Rodolfo Garcia, who was the clown character "Don Fito" on the show. I played the role last year and am very happy to have been invited to do it again.
My wife and I are also both helping put together a silhouette sequence in the play. I've given some clown instruction/direction to the young man playing the youthful version of Don Fito. I provided some bits to get him started on a routine he'll be developing for the play. The play opens September 26th.
For more info on the history of La Carpa Garcia got the link below.
Monday, September 1, 2014
|Photo courtesy of Southwest Texas Chapter of Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.|
Hey, kids! We'll be at the San Pedro Barnes and Noble September 20th for a clowning demo as part of the Book Fair benefiting the Southwest Texas chapter of Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.
Authors Marjorie Brody, Carolyn Dee Flores, Xavier Garcia, Geraldine Guadagno, Miranda Koerner, Guadalupe Garcia McCall, and Lupe Ruiz-Flores will also be there, as will award-winning illustrator Akiko White, who will provide an interactive cakelustration.
Lots of fun for everyone! Hope to see you there!
Saturday, August 16, 2014
Sunday, July 20, 2014
|Jen Reel (L) filming our gag for the Texas Observer. Photo Credit:Cliff Edward|
Here's a link to an interview of Pammy by Jen Reel of the Texas Observer conducted prior to the start of our Summer Circus Camp at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center. The camp this summer ran for five weeks from June 9th to July 18th .