Water: Powerhouse Apprentice Program

Tomi Maud Tsunoda, Stephanie Johnstone

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Abstract

This project was a two-week workshop of exploratory ideas behind a larger, long-term collaboration between myself and composer Stephanie Johnstone. The project seeks to explore new approaches to the conversation of climate change and the loss of natural resources, including using performance as a tool for historical archive and storytelling as a way to imagine reactions to scarcity that don’t involve violence.
Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherVassar College
StatePublished - 2016

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Water
Climate Change
Composer
Storytelling
Apprentice
Natural Resources
Scarcity

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Tsunoda, T. M., & Johnstone, S. (2016). Water: Powerhouse Apprentice Program. Vassar College.

Water : Powerhouse Apprentice Program. / Tsunoda, Tomi Maud; Johnstone, Stephanie .

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Tsunoda, TM & Johnstone, S 2016, Water: Powerhouse Apprentice Program. Vassar College.
Tsunoda, Tomi Maud ; Johnstone, Stephanie . / Water : Powerhouse Apprentice Program. 2016. Vassar College.
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