The Water Project is a multi-media performance work scheduled for premiere at Santa Clara University in April of 2020. Reaching across disciplines, the collaborative creative team is composed of faculty members from the Music, Art & Art History, Theatre and Dance departments as well as consulting faculty from the Department of Civil Engineering and the Department Environmental Studies and Science. Additionally, we are creating a network of partnering community organizations to turn environmental inspiration into climate change action.
Premiere Performances: April 3, 4, 5, 2020 Mayer Theatre, Santa Clara University
21st Century Water Issues: A public talk presented by Dr. Iris Stewart- Frey (Environmental Science) and Dr. Ed Maurer (Civil Engineering), Saturday April 4, Time TBD
A Collaborative, Humanistic Performance
A sneak peak into The Water Project
The Water Project’s Opening piece is a celebration of water – its beauty, diversity of forms – streams, waves, oceans. The visual movement and music reflect the tempo and energy. The rises and falls of water are echoed in the imagery.
Pulling from global and local sources such as the I-Ching and a 1921 Santa Clara Valley Report on Water Conservation, The Water Project’s Wells piece explores the relationship between human beings and water resources.