Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday EVENING OPEN HOURS 7-10pm Saturday & Sunday AFTERNOON OPEN HOURS 2-5pm
Location: Shaking the Tree Warehouse, 823 SE Grant St. (Corner of SE 9th & Grant) If you need extra assistance or have questions, please EMAIL us or call the box-office at 503.235.0635
SALT is a multimedia presentation of 8 installations exploring the idea of civil disobedience, inspired by Mahatma Gandhi's Salt March speech and the effect his words had on a multitude of people. Audiences will be free to wander around STT’s warehouse and observe the installations which will be placed around a central artwork created from salt. Installations will be a mix of live, ongoing, repetitive action, film, or static visual art. Shaking the Tree’s Artistic Director, Samantha Van Der Merwe will orchestrate the experience, and flow of the evening, working with each individual artist/artist pair to best express their final vision.
SALT Press Interviews and Info
DeAnn Welker of Artswatch writes a fabulous preview of SALT, and asks all of the participating artists a series of questions on their pieces. Read the full article HERE
"SALT is one of those unique events that makes the Portland theatre scene so dynamic. I highly recommend you check it out." -Krista Garver, Broadway World Read the full review HERE
What is SALT?
How will it work?
SALT is not a play. It is more like an exhibition, although there are performance pieces within the exhibition itself.
You will be welcome to arrive any time during the open hours on the night/afternoon you book your ticket.
You can come and go during open hours.
There will be no formal seating. Think of it as a gallery space. You will move from exhibit to exhibit.
You will be handed a program letting you know what times the performances will be held.
All performances will be repeated during the night so that you can catch all of them.
Shaking the Tree Theatre is located at 823 SE Grant St. Portland, OR 97214
Oue main office is located at 2136 SE 8th Ave Portland, OR 97214
For our theatre: Look for the Big Blue Warehouse on the corner od SE 9th and Grant and enter through the gate. For our main office: look for the beautiful mural on the corner of SE 8th and Grant. Entrance is on SE 8th.
Major Funding provided by
Ronni S. Lacroute Fund of Oregon Community Foundation, Jessie Jonas, Anonymous, Ellyn Bye, the Regional Arts & Culture Council, including support from the City of Portland, Multnomah County, the Arts Education & Access Fund, Prosper Portland, the James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation, the Marie Lamfrom Charitable Foundation, the Shubert Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Collins Foundation, the Oregon Cultural Trust, the Oregon Arts Commission, the Rose and David Dortort Foundation, supporting organization of the California Community Foundation, Portland Events and Film, and the Multnomah County Cultural Coalition.