Director Mishele Mennett presents Ten Tiny Dances ® - Corvallis, premiering this January! Ten Tiny Dances challenges Corvallis area choreographers to create dances to be performed on a 4’ x 4’ x 1.5’ stage.

This year's theme is water, and proceeds from the production are going to Marys River Watershed Council.



We need area artists to collectively create 100 tiny art works to fill a 4’ x 4’ space.



Dimensions: 4” x 4” x no more than 1.5” deep.  Less than 1.5” is fine. A variety of depths creates a more interesting final piece.Mediums: fiber arts, paintings, mosaics, ceramics, wirework, found art, glasswork, photography, crayon sketches or other media.


Ready to Hang: You may use any kind of hanging device; however, to fit the grid, the art must hang precisely ½” from the top of the piece. 

Drop-off dates: December 11-14 and 18-21 at the Majestic Theater from 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm:

Length of show: January 3 through January 11.


Your individual work will be anonymous, but a list of contributing artists will be posted. There are no limitations on the number of works each artist may contribute.

Art must be available for sale.

Proceeds benefit Mary’s River Watershed Council. The council works with landowners to enhance habitat for fish and wildlife by reviving streams and wetlands, prairies and oak savannas.

Questions? Email  AliceAnn Eberman:


Ten Tiny Dances®
presents edgy new work by local choreographers as they face the challenge of creating for a stage that is 4 feet by 4 feet by 1.5 feet high. Director Mishele Mennett premiered Ten Tiny Dances® Corvallis at the Majestic to sold out crowds in Spring of 2018. Originally created in Portland, Oregon, in 2002, by Mike Barber, Ten Tiny Dances® continues to be produced by Mr. Barber, and others, with permission. You’ll see a variety of movement and dance genres, each distilled to its essence. The companion Tiny Art Show, coordinated by AliceAnn Eberman, will offer tiny paintings for purchase on opening night. This year the theme is WATER and the proceeds will go to Marys River Watershed Council. Let the tide pull you to the Majestic to be amazed, delighted, and touched by this unique performance event.