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Saturday, November 23, 2013
6:00pm until 12:00am

Harmonia, 2200 Marinship, Sausalito, CA 94965

Back by popular demand! If you were at the last one, you may want to come again. If you missed it last time, here’s your chance to enjoy a great evening.

On November 23th at 6PM, an exclusive World Premiere of “Why Not Now? The Final Cut” with Alan Watts will be showing at Harmonia in Sausalito (the former iconic Record Plant). The film combines rare and never-before-seen footage of one of Sausalito’s most colorful characters, Alan Watts. From his Sausalito houseboat, The Vallejo, and Muir Woods retreat, Alan Watts brought Eastern thought into popular culture in the Sixties. Vintage film and mind-expanding audio combines with animation from “The Simpsons” animator Eddie Roasas and background art from Tom Killion to present Alan Watts’ ever-current and thought-provoking perspectives. Several Alan Watts animations by “South Park” creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker will precede the film screening.

The evening will start with a cocktail hour in the garden.
At 8PM Mark Watts will introduce the program and lead a discussion about his father’s life and works. Mark has been an editor, curator, and now Director of his father’s media projects. The evening will conclude after the screening with a Q& A and after party in garden. At this point you will have a chance to have a more intimate conversation with Mark Watts, and listen to more great music.

Ticket price $40.00 includes: two drinks, the documentary and after party. Our wonderful taco truck will be offering plates from $6-$9.

Please go to https://markwattsroundtwo.eventbrite.com/ to buy tickets.

This is an opportunity to explore Sausalito’s visionary past, which is truly coming of age as the former recording studio takes on its new life as a lifestyle center. The event is a benefit for Harmonia and the Alan Watts Mountain Center in Pt. Reyes.

Harmonia is directly across from the Bay Model. We are the first building south of the SWA building, also marked 2200. We are a large wood building.
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Sep 27th, 2013 by Jennifer Adler | 0

We have been infrequent with our postings. Happy to introduce Savannah who will be keeping you up to date on all Harmonia’s exciting news and relevant musings.

Yellow is Named Color of the Year 2013

Sep 27th, 2013 by Jennifer Adler | 0

While the softer hues of yellow are great for walls and larger spaces, a pop of yellow is remarkable in any outfit or room décor. West Elm saw the potential of yellow this year and launched a line of yellow and grey home décor that paired together beautifully. A Spring 2013 runway trend also included the color yellow. Brilliant yellow dresses lined the runway shows of Oscar de la Renta, DKNY, Michael Kors, Tory Burch, and Vera Wang. A coincidence? We don’t think so. These bright dresses show a confident, bold, and unique look on the runway that can easily be replicated at home.

While yellow has made its way to fame on the runway and in homes, the flashy color symbolizes so much more than just a color trend. Yellow is the lightest hue on the color spectrum and therefore symbolizes optimistic and uplifting traits. The color is enlightening, illuminating, bold, inquisitive, and energizing, making it a perfect addition to any room, office space, or outfit. In dreams, the color shows a deeper unconscious feeling of confidence, happiness, and hope. When yellow appears in thought it may mean that the mind is stimulated and ready to be put to use.

Next time you are redecorating a room or looking for a statement piece, consider using a pop of yellow as an alternative. It is a color that will never go out of style and can bring some happiness and light into your life.

Post Art Festival party with Michael Shapiro and Friends with Food and Host Bar Available

Aug 8th, 2013 by Jennifer Adler | 0

Alan Watts Documentary w/ filmmaker Mark Watts and Performance by Tim Weed

Aug 8th, 2013 by Jennifer Adler | 0

On August 24th at 4:30PM, an exclusive World Premiere of “Why Not Now? The Final Cut” with Alan Watts will be showing at Harmonia in Sausalito (the former iconic Record Plant). The film combines rare and never-before-seen footage of one of Sausalito’s most colorful characters, Alan Watts. From his Sausalito houseboat, The Vallejo, and Muir Woods retreat, Alan Watts brought Eastern thought into popular culture in the Sixties. Vintage film and mind-expanding audio combines with animation from “The Simpsons” animator Eddie Roasas and background art from Tom Killion to present Alan Watts’ ever-current and thought-provoking perspectives. Several Alan Watts animations by “South Park” creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker will precede the film screening.

The evening will start with a cocktail hour in the garden and Tim Weed & friends will perform for us and celebrate this special event with Harmonia. Tim Weed is an acoustic multi-instrumentalist, classical banjo virtuoso, and singer-songwriter whose music traverses genres and defies categorization. His collection of original classical works for the 5-string banjo, Milagros, has been featured on National Public Radio and has been highly praised. His music has been performed at chamber music festivals, and he has performed for the Dalai Lama. Band members include Debbie Daly, Allison Faust, and special guests.

At 6:30PM Mark Watts will introduce the program and lead a discussion about his father’s life and works. Mark has been an editor, curator, and now Director of his father’s media projects. The evening will conclude after the screening with a Q& A and after party in garden from 8:30-11:00PM. At this point you will have a chance to have a more intimate conversation with Mark Watts, and listen to more great music. A host bar, and a food truck will be available. Ticket price $30.00 includes after party.

Future programs will include The Houseboat Summit II, a two-day conference dedicated to revisiting the ideas of a Great Society and what it really means to “drop out”, and update in the themes explored by Alan Watts, Gary Snyder, Tim Leary and Allen Ginsberg at the legendary 1967 Houseboat Summit, originally published by the SF Oracle as “Changes”.

This is an opportunity to explore Sausalito’s visionary past, which is truly coming of age as the former recording studio takes on its new life as a lifestyle center. The event is a benefit for Harmonia and the Alan Watts Mountain Center in Pt. Reyes.

We look forward to an exciting creative evening celebrating the arts, and inquiring minds.

Linda Jacobson & Barbara Custer teach the Art of Healing

Jul 12th, 2013 by Jennifer Adler | 0

Through the Ancient Wisdom Paths of the Five Elements and The Four Agreements
 
Join Dr. Barbara Custer, OMD, well-known San Francisco Bay Area doctor of Chinese Medicine (your healing specialist) and Los Angeles Artist Linda Jacobson, (your creativity guide and shamanic specialist; apprentice to Don Miguel Ruiz, author of The Four Agreements) in an afternoon of painting, shamanistic practices, meditation and music to recharge your mind, body and soul. Art materials are included and no prior art experience necessary! Register at www.lindaandbarbara.eventbrite.com Fee for all day workshop with 45min lunch break, art supplies included is $100.00.

Kelly McFarling & Megan Kelly singer song-writer duo intimate evening

Jul 12th, 2013 by Jennifer Adler | 0

Miles Schon and special guest performing in Garden Studio

Jul 12th, 2013 by Jennifer Adler | 0

Buy tickets at www.milesschon.eventbrite.com