Watermill Center's Open Rehearsals This Weekend

Work by Andrew Ondrejcak and Ebe Oke will be presented on Saturday
Andrew Ondrejcak

Work by two of the Watermill Center’s resident artists will be presented on Saturday when Andrew Ondrejcak opens his studio between 2 and 3 p.m. and Ebe Oke holds an open rehearsal from 3 to 4. 

Known for large-scale environmental installations, Mr. Ondrejcak is a production designer whose works have been presented in New York City at the Kitchen, BAM, and the Public Theater, among others, and at venues in Europe. While at the center, he is working with his collaborator, Shara Nova, on a new opera inspired by Virginia Woolf’s “Orlando.”

Mr. Oke is an experimental artist, electroacoustic composer, and performance poet who creates avant-garde pop music exploring the idea of otherness. His compositions often incorporate the sounds of birds and insects, reflecting a childhood spent on an exotic bird farm. He has studied with Karlheinz Stockhausen, collaborated with Brian Eno, and performed widely. Both programs are free, but advance reservations are required.