See “American Goulash” LIVE


Date:
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Time:
7:30pm – 9:30pm
Location:
Laurie Beechman Cabaret at The Arts Bank (601 S. Broad St.)
Street:
601 S. Broad St.
City/Town:
Philadelphia, PA
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And check out the snazzy writeup FirstPersonArts did for the live “American Goulash”.

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Salon Preview: Stephanie Yuhas and American Goulash

Filed under:Salon Previews, Uncategorized — posted by admin on June 1, 2009 @ 11:38 am

At the June 10th Salon, Stephanie Yuhas will share “American Goulash”, a series of humorous stories about her childhood as a first-born American to a Translyvanian family.  “American Goulash” is a written self-exploration that preserves old stories, tales, and idiosyncrasies from her own past.  Her work is, more broadly, an encouragement to all people to speak to their elders and learn from and share their family histories. You can read some of the stories at the American Goulash website.

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Stephanie Yuhas is an award-winning writer, producer, and artist whose films have been featured on the front page of sites like YouTube, MySpace, CollegeHumor, and in dozens of international film festivals. She works with several productions companies around the Greater Philadelphia area to produce and market film and animation, including Shinygrape Studios, Cinevore Studios, and Crystalline Studios. Her last project she worked on was a musical that involved a girl rolling around in raw meat, and in addition to her current project, “American Goulash”, she is developing a feature film involving robotic uteruses. Needless to say, she leads an “interesting” life. You can see some of her work by visiting Shinygrape.com.

Yuhas is also the Executive Producer of Project Twenty1, an organization dedicated to networking, inspiring, promoting and exhibiting artists from all disciples through film and animation. To find out more about Project Twenty1, visit NotJustAFilmFestival.com.

Join us on Wednesday, June 10th for Yuhas’ Salon presentation along with three other artists exploring facets of memoir and documentary art:

Sarah McEneaney shares a series of thoughtfully rendered personal narrative paintings covering the flux of human experience ranging from the mundane to the acutely traumatic.

Michael M. Koehler shares PARADE, a photo essay exploring his relationship to Philadelphia, mediated through images of this city’s iconic Mummers.   Michaelmkoehler.com

Nathan Manske will present selections of “true stories by gay people from all over” collected on his website Imfromdriftwood.com

The Salon takes place at the Arts Bank Laurie Beechman Cabaret (601 S. Broad St.) and runs from 7:3opm to 9:30pm

Admission is $8, seating is limited, and we typically sell out!  Please buy your tickets in advance.