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DAM! Lake Elmendorf: Art, Sound and The Nature of Water
Teletextile creative team, Pamela Martinez, Meredith Shuman and Tanesha Payne at Espada Dam, Missions National Historic Park, Photo by Chris Castillo
The second installment of The DAM! Series, Pamela Martinez, local composer and sound artist, presents free and open-to-the-public sonic art performances at two San Antonio dams this March that explore water as a carrier of culture.
Immersive creator Pamela Martinez presents Teletextile’s DAM! Series, a celebration of Nature, Art, & Sound with two performances in March featuring local artists.
Pamela Martinez, local composer and sound artist, presents free and open-to-the-public sonic art performances at two San Antonio dams this March that explore water as a carrier of culture throughout our city. Martinez leads a rotating cast of collaborators to create sound and ceremony under the name Teletextile. These performances ... view more »
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You can also add onto your FREE ticket to
1) Purchase of DAM! Music via digital download currently being made and recorded for the project and
2) Purchase a reserve a seat (though walking is still part of this performance).
Contact: (320) 336-0655
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Note to Audience:
Performances will be INSIDE of the dams and near the San Antonio River. There will be wet walking areas. Please wear closed toe shoes or waterproof shoes with traction especially for Lake Elmendorf’s 19th St dam. For safety reasons, performances will be rescheduled if there is rain because performances will be INSIDE of the dams. Lake Elmendorf Park, Roosevelt Park, The City of San Antonio and Teletextile are not responsible or liable for injuries or damages that occur during the event. Appearing at the event means releasing your image for documented photo and video of the performance.
Parking: Parking is very limited inside Elmendorf Lake Park. We suggest biking, carpooling, taking public transportation or a lyft. Otherwise, parking is at the Lake Elmendorf's many lots and may require some walking to get to the performance site. There is additional parking on the street. Please be mindful of local residents and signage for no parking areas.
3700 W Commerce St, San Antonio, TX 78207