Upcoming Events

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RECOMMENDATIONS


Pash offered a brilliant, evocative performance at our addiction treatment center. She is a gifted healer through her art and creative ability to share who she is to help others see themselves. We look forward to her return.”

~ Julie L’esperance, PsyD,

Clinical Director, Alternative to Meds Center


“Pash was magical! We look forward to her flying back again for next year’s festival.”


~ Ross Hawkins, founder

Sedona Hummingbird Festival


“I so appreciate (Pash and company) being a part of our yearly Dia de Los Muertos Celebration.”


~ Wendy Lippman, general manager

and resident partner of Tlaquepaque

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Any event can be customized for your group or venue. Please contact us for more information or if you’d like to be informed about upcoming events.



MASKS,  MOVEMENT, & MORE



Past Events



Dia de los Muertos Festival

DATE - November 3, 2018

TIME - 4:00pm - 8:00pm

LOCATION - Tlaquepaque Village, Sedona, AZ

DESCRIPTION - For the 7th year, Pash and friends will dress up in Day of the Dead attire and creatively engage with attendees. Musicians and street performers will also entertain guests. Participants may make an offering or ofrenda, which in the traditional Mexican celebration of Día de los Muertos is created to remember the dead. They may also add their rememberances to the Marigold Project mural. These activities are free. More info here.


Sedona Arts Festival - Draw-a-thon & Performance Art

DATE - October 13, 2018

TIMES - Saturday: 10:00am - 1:00pm

LOCATION - Sedona Red Rock High School, 995 Upper Red Rock Loop Rd, Sedona

COST - $20 in advance for 2 tickets, includes 2, 2 day festival passes, or $5 + $12 per person at the festival

DESCRIPTION - Pash and guest model/dancer Mark Stevens will contact dance into poses that attendees can watch or draw during this popular yearly festival. Enjoy fabulous art, food, and music! Contact Pash for advance tickets. More festival info here.


Sedona Wine Festival - Paint Out

DATE - September 23, 2018

TIMES - 12:00pm - 2:00pm for modeling session

LOCATION - Posse Grounds Park, 525 Posse Grounds Road, Sedona

COST - $35 advance/ $40 door

DESCRIPTION - Pash will pose in a toga with a wine barrel and grapes while Plein Air artists paint. Finished paintings will be available for purchase at this yearly event where you can also taste and buy local wines, enjoy excellent food, and learn about the history of wine, the wine industry and how to enhance your tasting experience. More info here.


OUR STORIES, OURSELVES: Breaking Silence on Mental Illness w/ Masks

DATE - May 19

TIMES - 11am-1pm & 3:30pm-5:30pm

LOCATION - Yavapai College, 4215 Arts Village Dr, Sedona

COST - FREE sessions +$20 materials fee

DESCRIPTION - Explore your emotions, archetypes, and personalities by creating a basic mask (to decorate at home) and sharing your story. This workshop is part of events and activities related to mental health put on by the Mental Health Coalition Verde Valley for National Health Awareness Month.


Exploring Identity with Mask Making

DATE - April 5, 12, 26

LOCATION - Sedona Charter School

DESCRIPTION - Pash will work with middle school students to help them make masks that explore identity. This project is sponsored by the City of Sedona’s Artist in the Classroom program.


The Figure Revealed: Artists & Muse

DATES - Exhibit: Jan 25 - Feb 5, 2018, 10am-5pm              

LOCATION - Sedona Arts Center, Sedona

DESCRIPTION - An Art Exhibit highlighting the work of artists who are regular attendees of the Monday Life Drawing Group at Sedona Arts Center, which Pash is host and model for. The show will include opportunities for the public to experience drawing the figure and to watch demos. Featured during the 1/26, 5-8pm Opening Reception, and the First Friday Closing Reception will be live contact improvisational dance inspired poses that the public is invited to sketch during two “Draw-a-thons.” Attendees will be provided with paper and drawing supplies. Pash and guest model/dancer Mark Stevens will dance for 6 minutes then offer 6 minute, “quick gesture” poses, that will be based on their work together as performance artists and contact improvisational dancers. Attendees may draw or watch. Some of the exhibiting artists, including Jim Joseph-Mendel, Charles DeLay, Patty Miller, and Greg Evans, will also offer live drawing demonstrations. Demonstrations of Portrait Carving in Wood, with sculptor Charles DeLay, and Gesture Drawing Demonstration & Instruction with artist J. Menzel-Joseph and a live model, will be offered 1:30-4pm, 1/27.  Opportunities to experience an open studio life drawing group will take place 1/29 and 2/5, 10am-1pm. BYO supplies. Easels provided. All skill levels welcome. More detailed info on the Art of Pash Facebook page and Sedona Art Center website.



Festival of Angels

DATE - November 2, 2017

LOCATION - The Collective, Sedona, AZ

TIME - 5pm-9pm

DESCRIPTION - Pash will embody an angel at this first annual fundraising event to benefit Cornucopia Community Advocates and other charitable community service programs and projects. Participate in an “angelic art” silent auction, a raffle “Split Pot 50/50”, also meet “angel” exhibitors, and dance!! Food and cocktails available. Fun for all ages. Connect with the many “angels” who live next door. Info here.


Hope & Trauma in a Poisoned Land -Uranium Education Project Exhibit

DATE - August 15-October 28,

LOCATION - Coconino Center for the Arts, Flagstaff

DESCRIPTION - Artists offer art and mixed media presentations related to their experience of attending a 4-day educational program about the effects of uranium mining on the Navajo Reservation. On opening night, Pash will embody her new Radon Daughter mask. Afterwards, this mask will be on display for the remainder of the exhibition. Project story here. This is a Flagstaff Arts Council project. More info here.


I-Witness

DATE - October 17th, 2017

LOCATION - Coconino Center for the Arts, Flagstaff

DESCRIPTION -  Pash will use masks and movement to share her personal and archetypal experience of participating in the Uranium Mining Education Project. Masks of Privilege, Fear, Compassion and more will play parts in this story of awakening to a haunting reality that exists right outside of Flagstaff, and which affects the health of everyone, especially those living on the Navajo Reservation.


Freeing the Frozen Body - The Human Library Project

DATE - September 21, 2017

LOCATION - Sedona Public Library, Sedona, AZ

DESCRIPTION -  Pash will be a “book” as part of the Human Library project. She will be on “loan,” sharing her experience what it’s like to be one who uses her body in modeling and contact dancing as a primary form of expression, communication, and art. She will be joined by guest artist and dancer, Tracy Browner.


Birth of a Movement @ Art Soul Cafe

DATE - June 10, 2017

LOCATION - 2225 N. Steves Blvd, Flagstaff

TIME - 6pm-8pm

DESCRIPTION - This is the launch of the Art Soul Cafe home; a warehouse for artists of all mediums to exhibit and demonstrate their craft. “Duality” is the opening theme. Pash will offer two masks to display for the exhibit, Desire and Transcendence. She will embody their love child, Emptiness, as an exploration during the opening night reception.  See the Facebook Page for details on times for other activities, including partner/group acrobatics, dance, and live music with special DJ’s that are part of the launch.


Sustainability in Schools Symposium

DATE - June 9, 2017

LOCATION - Verde Valley School, Sedona

DESCRIPTION - Pash will use masks that highlight specific points made during the Sustainability Alliance symposium where best practices will be shared regardizg sustainability operations and curriculums in schools. Pash will also greet guests while embodying Belle Blossom the Butterfly Spirit at this SOLD OUT event.


Old Town Earth Day Arts Festival

DATE - April 22, 2017

LOCATION - Old Town Center for the Arts,  Cottonwood, AZ, Corner of 5th and Main

DESCRIPTION - Verde Valley Arts Council, Old Town Center for the Arts , and Mannheim Gallery are co-hosting this Earth Day event, which will feature a Trash to Treasure Fashion Show, a Giant “Trashosaurus “ exhibit, Farm to Table cook-off, community mural, art show, craft rave, kayaking, film, artist awards, wine, music and more!  Pash will embody Belle Blossom the Butterfly Spirit to interact with attendees, and she will offer an Earth Day climate related performance/presentation. More info here.


“Wetiko vs. The Planet” - Mask Presentation

DATE - April 22, 2017

LOCATION - Old Town Center for the Arts,  Cottonwood, AZ, Corner of 5th and Main

DESCRIPTION - Old Town Arts Festival will host Pash’s mask presentation that pits Wetiko, an Algonquin spirit of insatiable greed, against the planet. Who wins? More info about the Festival here.


Women’s March on Washington - Sedona

DATE - January 21, 2016

LOCATION - Meet at 45 Birch Blvd., Sedona

DESCRIPTION - This march is in support of the Women’s March on Washington, which stands for people of all genders, ages, colors, and personal expressions speaking out for equality, freedom, and justice in the United States. Pash and friends will be dressed up as various characters representing this expansive vision for a better America as they participate in the march. All are welcome to participate in this free event. 


Red Rock Fantasy

DATE - December 29th-31st, 2016

TIME - 6pm-8pm

LOCATION - Tlaquepaque Village, Sedona, AZ

DESCRIPTION - Enjoy walking through TINSEL TOWN and viewing community installations throughout the Tlaquepaque property. Pash and friends Martha Edwards, Deborah Williams, Tom Fish and more will entertain guests as beings of light in A-Roar-of-Borealis!


UnMasking Identity Workshop

DATE - December 6-9th, 2016

LOCATION - Red Rock High School, Sedona, AZ

DESCRIPTION - Students explore inner and outer personal, social and cultural identity through mask making.


Stillness - A Moment for 9/11+ Exhibit & Performance

DATE - September 30, 2016

LOCATION - Sedona Posse Grounds HUB, 525 Posse Grounds Rd, Sedona, AZ

DESCRIPTION - Pash will greet attendees embodying her Compassion mask at Liz Learmont’s “Come Join the Circle” exhibit of life-sized mask figures which are in various meditative poses. Local artists exhibit mostly abstract paintings, representing Stillness. And Martha Edwards and Pash will present Pash’s Woe of the World and Compassion masks in a short presentation as part of Red Earth Theatre’s live performance of Stillness.


“Facing Wetiko”

DATE - August 28, 2016

LOCATION - Olandar, Malibu, CA

DESCRIPTION - ”Wetiko” (aka “Wendigo" or “Windigo”) is an Algonquin word that describes a cannibalistic spirit or disease that consumes everything that keeps itself alive. Olandar will host a presentation of “Facing Wetiko,” during which Pash will use improvisation, storytelling, movement, dance, mask-art, myth, and personal and collective healing ritual to help raise awareness about the problem of, and issues created by, the energy of wetiko that seems to have taken over and is destroying our planet. Pash and photographer Larry Pollock were the recent recipients of a grant given by The Rules Seeing Wetiko project to create masks, photos and text for “Seeing Wetiko & Its Antidotes.” This performance is a culmination of that project. A tour of the Hieroglyph of the Human Soul, a remarkable 3-D painted library studio at the McCloskey Olandar residence will precede the event. Email or call 310 457-5398 for directions & to RSVP.   [A Note on Cultural Appropriation]


Alondra Art Show Opening

DATE - August 13, 2016

LOCATION - Cartwheel Gallery, 909 N. Main St., Old Town Cottonwood

DESCRIPTION - Pash will bring to life one of her masks as part of the festivities, dance and music that will be presented during this art show debut for artist Alondra. Show will run August 1- 30th. 


Sedona Hummingbird Festival

DATE - July 28-30, 2016

LOCATION - Sedona Performing Arts Center, Sedona,

DESCRIPTION - Three days of presentations by hummingbird experts from around the world includes hummingbird garden tours, banding, and exhibitions. On Saturday and Sunday from 11-2PM, in-masked as a hummingbird faerie, Pash will engage with festival participants. More info at  Sedona Hummingbird Festival.


“Seeing Wetiko”

DATE - July 14, 2016

LOCATION - Church of the Red Rocks, Sedona

DESCRIPTION - ”Wetiko” (aka “Wendigo" or “Windigo”) is an Algonquin word that describes a cannibalistic spirit or disease that consumes everything that keeps itself alive. Inspiration of Sedona will host a presentation of “Seeing Wetiko,” during which Pash will use improvisation, storytelling, movement, dance, mask-art, myth, and personal and collective healing ritual to help raise awareness about the problem of, and issues created by, the energy of wetiko that seems to have taken over and is destroying our planet. Pash and photographer Larry Pollock were the recent recipients of a grant given by The Rules, to create masks, photos and text for “Seeing Wetiko & Its Antidotes.” This performance is a culmination of that project. [A Note on Cultural Appropriation]


Masks for Healing - Mini-Workshop

DATE - May 27, 2016

TIME - 1-4PM

LOCATION - Sedona Arts Center, Sedona

DESCRIPTION - Make a basic mask shell representing your totem of health to decorate at home. This workshop is part of  a month of free events and activities related to mental health put on by the Mental Health Coalition Verde Valley for National Health Awareness Month.


Eliphante Tour & First Friday Art Exhibit at SAC

DATE - May 6, 2016

LOCATIONS - Eliphante Village, Cornville & Sedona Arts Center, Sedona, AZ

DESCRIPTION - Meet at SAC at 12 for a movie about Eliphante, followed by a trip to this unique art village. Pash will engage with visitors, as Wonder, the nature spirt, during the Eliphante Tour. She will transform into The Muse in the evening back at Sedona Arts Center during the First Friday art show and festivities.


Earth Day Fair @ Sedona Recycles

DATE - April 23, 2016

LOCATION - Sedona Recycles, 2280 Shelby Dr.

DESCRIPTION - Dressed as a nature spirit, Pash and friends will interact with participants at this Earth Day fair that will include a recycled item-made fashion show, healthy foods, and more! More info at Sedona Recycles.


First Friday Art Exhibit at SAC

DATE - April 1, 2016

LOCATION - Sedona Arts Center, Sedona, AZ

DESCRIPTION - Pash will engage as The Muse with visitors during the First Friday festivities at Sedona Arts Center.


Moment of Art at Sedona City Council

DATE - April 12, 2016

LOCATION - Council Chambers, Sedona, AZ

DESCRIPTION - Pash will present masks related to Earth Day during this short Art Moment presentation to, which will happen at the beginning of the City Council meeting. All welcome.


The Humanity Reclamation Project

DATE - March 4, 2016

LOCATION - The Hub, 525 Sedona Posse Grounds Rd

DESCRIPTION - Pash brings masks to life as the archetypes that are encountered and embodied on her interpersonal journey into adulthood and on our planet. The Rebel, Pleaser, Prostitute, and Saboteur are a few of the characters that incarnate during the struggle to be at home in her body and in the world. Opposing forces vie for control of her mind and spirit as she tries to escape from disowned aspects of herself before ultimately working to reclaim what has been lost, stolen, discarded or forgotten. In doing so, she touches on issues faced by many in our Western Culture. She offers hope that a way back to wholeness can be found by learning to listen to our own inner calling, and the calling of our planet and its inhabitants, however unfamiliar their voices may seem. This performance is part of Building Bridges, a March event series in Sedona celebrating connections through empathy, awareness, art, and action. More info.


Humanity Reclamation Mask Making Workshop

DATE - March 6, 2016

LOCATION - Private Residence

DESCRIPTION - In part one of this workshop, participants will make a mask of their own face to represent their vision of integration & wholeness for people and the planet. In part two, the mask will be decorated to become a personal totem. Participants may share about their mask. Masks may optionally be displayed at the HUB during the Building Bridges events taking place there through March. This Workshop is part of Building Bridges, an event series in Sedona celebrating connections through empathy, awareness, art, and action.


Student/Faculty Art Exhibit at SAC

DATE - December 4-8, 2015

LOCATION - Sedona Arts Center, Sedona, AZ

DESCRIPTION - Pash will exhibit her white tiger mask, “Wild,” at this show. Artists Carolyn Ensley, Darlene Nelson, and Shirley Nagle will also show works there that they started in Pash’s weekly life drawing group, which she hosts and models for at Sedona Arts Center. Works by many other local artists who teach and learn at the Arts Center, will also be displayed. See Sedona Arts Center, for more info.


Climate Care Masks at the Sedona Community Farmers Market

DATE - November 29 & December 6, 2015

LOCATION - Wells Fargo Bank, 2201 W. State Route 89A, Sedona

DESCRIPTION - Pash and friends will wear masks and use performance art to demonstrate ways of living lighter on the planet at the market. Experience the benefits of shopping locally to reduce your carbon footprint. Get great, fresh organic food, meet neighbors, and enjoy some edutainment! This is an inspiration of Sedona, Climate Care event: www.climatecareawareness.org.


”Fundamental Studies” Climate Care Art & Masks at the Hub

DATE - December 1, 5, 11, & 12, 2015

LOCATION - Sedona Posse Grounds HUB, 525 Posse Grounds Rd, Sedona, AZ

DESCRIPTION - Local artists exhibit mostly abstract paintings, with an intention to express basic, fundamental aspects of air, water, earth, fire & wood. Pash and other mask makers will also have their Climate Care masks displayed. The Exhibit entices viewers to create a personal relationship to environmental elements. This is an inspiration of Sedona, Climate Care event: www.climatecareawareness.org.


“Think Like a Polar Bear,” Zenprov Comedy Explores Climate

DATE - December 5, 2015

LOCATION - Sedona Posse Grounds Hub, 525 Posse Grounds Hub Rd, Sedona, AZ

COST - Free, with $10 suggested donation

DESCRIPTION - This experimental show will raise awareness and explore issues surrounding climate change through improvisational acting, storytelling and poetry. Pash has been invited to share a story for this event. See more about Zenprov Comedy. This is an inspiration of Sedona, Climate Care event: www.climatecareawareness.org.


“This Earth We Call Home,” Red Earth Theatre Explores Climate

DATE - December 11 & 12, 2015

LOCATION - Sedona Posse Grounds Hub, 525 Posse Grounds Hub Rd, Sedona, AZ

COST - Free, with $10 suggested donation

DESCRIPTION - An evening of live performances that will stimulate, inspire and connect performers and audience alike to the opportunity for creating the world we wish to share. Through the heart-opening mediums of poetry, music, masks, movement and theatre, we will journey into hope, and the possibilities of change and ultimately reshaping the future for this Earth. See more about Red Earth Theatre. This is an inspiration of Sedona, Climate Care event: www.climatecareawareness.org.


Inside Out Climate Care - Mask Presentation

DATE - December 1, 2015

LOCATION - Sedona Posse Grounds Hub, 525 Posse Grounds Hub Rd, Sedona, AZ

COST - Free, with $10 suggested donation

DESCRIPTION - In the presentation, Pash will use improvisation, storytelling, movement, dance, mask-art, myth, and personal and collective healing ritual to explore internal and external problems and solutions related to climate change. This is an inspiration of Sedona, Climate Care event: www.climatecareawareness.org.


Mask Making: The Face of Climate Change & Care

DATE - November 21, 2015

LOCATION - Sedona Posse Grounds HUB, 525 Posse Grounds Rd, Sedona, AZ

DESCRIPTION - In part one of this workshop, participants will make a mask of their own face to represent what Climate Care means to them. In part two, the mask will be decorated to become a personal climate care totem. Participants will give their masks a name and write a short description of them. The masks will be displayed at the HUB during events taking place there through 12/12. This is an inspiration of Sedona, Climate Care event: www.climatecareawareness.org.


Sedona Farmers Market

DATE - July 17, 2015

LOCATION - Tlaquepaque Village, Sedona, AZ

DESCRIPTION - Get locally grown, organic produce and products, and learn what you can do to help bees! Pash will be dressed up as the Queen Bee to share with attendees things they can do to help save pollinators.


Mental Health Awareness Month Presentation w/ Tom Puetz

DATE - May 15, 2015

LOCATION - Church of the Red Rocks, 54 Bowstring Drive, Sedona

DESCRIPTION - Tom Puetz, author of Secret Choices, and Pash will present a mask, movement, and poetry combo related to Veterans and PTSD. This presentation will kickstart a free, open panel discussion on mental health as part of activities put on by the Mental Health Coalition Verde Valley for National Health Awareness Month.


Empassiodrama: Theatre of Transformation w/ Marjorie Timms

DATE - April 21 & April 24, 2015

LOCATION - Sedona Fit, Sedona

DESCRIPTION - Explorations in Awakening to the Authentic Self through enactment, role-play, metaphoric elements; Archetypal and Universal Themes, Dreams/Visions and symbolic Interpretations through enactments; music; mime; dance; and collaborative performance art. Pash will offer masks as part of this unique experience. Bring your stories for the Empassiodrama troup to enact!


Connecting to Inner Empathy w/ Marjorie Timms, PhD

DATE - April 7, 15, 22, 2015

LOCATION - Sedona Fit, Sedona

DESCRIPTION - An experiential, mindful journey through the process of self-empathy by connecting with authentic feelings and values through dialogue with our ʻexiledʼ Inner Parts and individualized roles. Pash is assistant co-facilitator with Marjorie Timms, and will use masks to assist in the process of identifying inner parts.


Searching for Solid Ground

DATE - April 3, 2015

LOCATION - Sedona Arts Center, Sedona

DESCRIPTION - Opening reception for “Searching for Solid Ground,” an art show for artists Rose Moon and Cathy Gazda. This show is an artistic exploration of life, and the wondrous ways we seek equilibrium and peace while facing the challenges of an ever-changing reality. Pash will offer a movement and dance interpretation of the theme. For more info, call (928) 282-7730.


International Day of Peace

DATE - September 21, 2014

LOCATION - Tlaquepaque Village, Sedona, AZ

DESCRIPTION - This International Day of Peace and Peace One Day event is sponsored by Sedona City of Peace. Pash and Martha Edwards will perform the Woe of the World and Compassion masked dance as part of the festivities that include music and art making activities. See Sedona City of Peace for more info about this organization.


Sedona Visual Artists Coalition Meeting

DATE - June 19, 2014

LOCATION - Church of the Red Rocks, Fellowship Hall, 54 Bowstring Drive,  Sedona, AZ

DESCRIPTION - Pash will offer a public presentation of masks, movement, and storytelling to prepare and inspire SVAC artists for their next show entitled, Who am I?


Exploration of Archetypes in a

Transitioning World

DATE - April 4, 2014

LOCATION - Old Town Center for the Arts, Studio B, Cottonwood, AZ, Corner of 5th and Main

DESCRIPTION -  Pash will improvise with a number of archetypal masks in an effort to deepen understanding of these characters and their roles in our lives and the world. Then, she will be joined by Martin Landa and the two will use the person-centered approach as a foundation through which participants will be invited to interact and share their thoughts, reactions, and reflections.


Peace Mask Making @ World Peace Dance Celebration

DATE - February 3, 2014

LOCATION - Yavapai College, Sedona Center for Arts and Technology, 4215 Arts Village Dr.

DESCRIPTION -   Participants will use plaster cloth to make a mask of their face, on their face, with the intent to create a mask representing their vision of peace. 

The World Peace Dance Celebration offers a week of (mostly) free events and workshops offering opportunities to learn different ways of bringing peace into our lives and the world.


World Peace Dance

DATE - February 7, 2014

LOCATION - Sedona Performing Arts Center

DESCRIPTION -  This event is part of UN declared, International Interfaith Harmony Week. The 3-part, “Ritual Healing” performance exemplifies the possibility of turning personal, political, and religious discord into peaceful co-existence. Tom Puetz, Sally Gebler, Zafira, Martha Edwards and Pash will bring masks to life as one of the acts.


Mask Making Workshop

DATE - May 25, 2013 - all day

LOCATION - Sandra Beck Studio, Sedona, AZ

DESCRIPTION -  Pash will teach participants to make masks and help them explore the meaning of their masks through movement and other exercises.


“Unsettled Bodies” at The Phoenix Center for the Arts

DATE - May 3, 2013

LOCATION - Phoenix Center for the Arts, Phoenix, AZ

DESCRIPTION -  Pash will offer a performance art piece for this show where artists from all disciplines are invited to examine and analyze the human body in unsettling ways. Exhibit runs through May.


Mask Making Mentoring

DATE - April 1, 10, & 15, 2013

LOCATION - West Sedona Elementary School, AZ

DESCRIPTION -  Pash will teach students to make masks and help them discover their mask characters and meaning in this private exploration.


Body Reclamation Project  - Keynote Presentation & Breakout Session

DATE - April 6,  2013

LOCATION - Sedona YMCA

DESCRIPTION -  In this private keynote presentation for the Sedona Mentoring Circle, Pash will offer a short version of the Body Reclamation Project for teen girls, with an emphasis on the topic of “Image.” She will also offer a breakout session where participants will explore and enact their own Inner Confidence.


Radio Interview w/ Dr. Marty Finkelstein about the Body Reclamation Project

DATE - February 5, 2013

LOCATION - WXRP Radio

DESCRIPTION -  Author and health care practitioner, “Dr. Marty”, will interview Pash about The Body Reclamation Project for the Atlanta radio show, “To Your Health.” (Interview at top of page, starts at 34:30 minutes.)


“Sedona Awakenings” Performance

DATE - January 30, 2013

LOCATION - Sedona Public Library, Sedona, AZ

DESCRIPTION -  A Playback Theater performance of the book “Sedona Awakenings”, which was the result of true stories of how authors came to Sedona submitted for the Mystical Sedona Stories Writing Contest, which Pash’s story won first place in. The performance will be conducted by award-winning actor, director, writer, theater producer, and Non-Violent Communication mediator, Dr. Marjorie Timms.


Fabulous Face-Painting Flower Fairy at Bookmans

DATE - August 1, 2012

LOCATION - Bookmans in Flagstaff, AZ

DESCRIPTION - In-masked as the Fabulous Face-Painting Flower Fairy, Pash, paints children’s faces while Kelly Graham makes animal balloons at Bookman’s Back-to-School party. Snacks and giveaways available. Event and all activities free and open to the public.


Mysterium: A Prayer Concert

DATE - July 28, 2012

LOCATION - Sedona Creative Life Center, Sedona, AZ

DESCRIPTION - This Mysterium Concert is composed of prayer, chants, and the poems of Rumi. It will include Lynne Haeseler on piano, Carolyn Estrada with flute, Jere Friedman with gongs, Sally Gebler doing interpretive dance, and Pash offering reading, masks, and movement.


Art du Soleil - Living Art Showcase

DATE - May 4, 2012

LOCATION - Unity of Sedona, 65 Deer Trail Rd, Sedona

DESCRIPTION - Pash will offer an improvised mask performance as part of this evening of art, music and entertainment.


Exotic Art Show

DATE - February 10 - March 17, 2012

LOCATION - Alwun House Foundation

1204 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix, AZ 85006

DESCRIPTION - Two of Pash’s masks will be part of this exhibit showcasing sensual, personal, provocative and audacious art from over 60 artists on two floors and exterior installations. For more info see Alwun House.


The Goddess Project

DATE - August 6, 2011

LOCATION - Elks Theater, Prescott, AZ

DESCRIPTION -  Pash, John Kilis, and Lainey Hanson use masks to dance, move, and act the story of  Inanna--Sumerian goddess of heaven, earth, love, sex, and war-- and her decent to the Underworld. This short performance with masks is part of a showcase that uses a variety of movement and dance forms to depict various goddesses.


Mary Magdala Celebration

DATE - July 23, 2011

LOCATION - Sedona Creative Life Center, Sedona, AZ

DESCRIPTION -  Margaret Starbird internationally renowned author and Magdalen scholar will be the keynote speaker at this 8th annual celebration. The theme is, “Women Living Her Message”. The program will include community women speakers and the Sacred Dance Guild, including dancers Elaine Hanson, Pash Galbavy, Yolessa Lawrince, Sally Gebler, Wendy Lindahl, and Laurel Harr.


Detour after Dark: 

The Mostly Naked Show

DATE - March 19, 2011

LOCATION - The Suncrest Building, Phoenix, AZ

DESCRIPTION -  Pash participates in-masked as the Muse at this showcase of works from the Arizona Print Group, an association of printmaker artists dedicated to the art of unique and limited edition fine art prints. The show is in conjunction with Art Detour, Artlink's annual self-guided tour of downtown Phoenix art spaces.


Mask Exploration at MAX 10

DATE - January 3, 2011

LOCATION - Electric Lodge, Venice, CA

DESCRIPTION -  As part of the MAX 10 show, Pash offers a ten-minute version of The Body Reclamation Project.


MAX 10 Performance Laboratory is an opportunity for artists of every type to do brave work, experiment, and risk failure. Each piece is no longer than ten minutes, with no more than ten performers. After the performances, there is a reception where the audience can talk to the artists about what let you into their work or what kept you out.


Conversations with Masks -

“Spice of Life Series” w/ David Keeber

DATE - September 29, 2010

LOCATION - Old Town Center for the Arts, Cottonwood, AZ

DESCRIPTION -  During this evenings' conversation led by David Keeber, a live demonstration of Pash’s basic mask making technique is offered. Pash introduces a number of masks she has made by telling stories, wearing the masks, and embodying masked characters. Participants are invited to experience wearing masks and to discuss any aspects of mask making/embodying.


“Spice of Life” is a program series dedicated to engaging evenings with a wide range of presenters whose life, work, and ideas offer rich opportunities for learning, inspiration, and communication with the audience.  The series is intended for people to find creative stimulation through ideas, design, and expression in an environment focused on dialogue.


Mask Playshop

DATE - July/August, 2010

TIME - 4 Week series

LOCATION - Sedona

DESCRIPTION - This playshop starts with exercises to help participants become more in touch with their bodies and at ease working with masks. This is followed by an open forum offering support to explore and experiment with completed masks. The Person-Centered Approach, which encourages empathy, unconditional positive regard, and genuineness provides a foundation for the interactivity in this workshop.

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Award-winning photo: Larry Pollock

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Photo: Larry Pollock

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Photo: Katrin Themlitz

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Photo: Jim Peterson

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