Spokane, Washington_Where the OneHeart Call Project began
My love, my anchor who supported, cheered and offered straight forward reality checks
The Community School (TCS) Spokane, Washington
Students, Teachers and Staff
Heartbeat recordings, art projects and reflections
Cindy McMahon, Principal
Teresa McGee, who introduced me to Cindy McMahon
Mary Lee McJimsey
Amahra Barnes & Aliyah Reidburn
Dante Sellgren & Caleb Hoffman
Isaac Nebelsieck _Performance contribution
Milo Trent _Performance contribution
Ryan Yancey & Blake Yacker _Performance contribution
Anonymous Student contributions
The Community School Drummers consists of 9th – 12th grade students and their drumming instructors, Michael Moon Bear and David Egly, from The Community School (part of Spokane Public Schools). The student performers have various levels of drumming experience and bring a passion for learning and performing. The rhythms played are traditional West African and Afro-Cuban rhythms. Students in this class collaborate to learn how to play traditional rhythms, understand the history and cultural significance of each the rhythm as well as the instruments, and then use that knowledge to perform and spread cultural appreciation. During performances, we present that information to the audience. We love audience participation, so feel free to move, dance, clap, and enjoy yourself!
This high energy group is sure to brighten anyone’s day!
Inward Studio, Spokane, Washington
Inward Studio records and produces music and spoken content for diverse media. From capturing the essence of a sound, to polishing it, our process focuses on reaching each project’s full potential. With our natural interest in community-based initiatives, the OneHeart Call gave us the perfect opportunity to collaborate with like-minded people and produce an authentic sound environment that bring us all closer together.
Graphic Designer, Publisher and Artist
Spokane Art Supply
Collaboration on all graphic design elements of the OneHeart Call project and for Heartsong IV_OneWorld, OneHeart, ManyHeartsongs exhibit. Kurt is an amazing artist and shares his talent and passion to help fellow artists in so many ways. Check out www.artistsimply.com to learn more about his vision and outreach.
Spokane Art Supply, Spokane, Washington
Printed all of the nine feet tall organza fabric panels for the OneHeart Call project. Spokane Art Supply, a family owned local art center offers an incredible variety of art resources, supplies and support for all creative voices in Spokane.
Web Designer and Social Media
Angelie Melzer, Artistic Director
Her dance students are collaborating in the OneHeart Call project with dance choreographies interpreting reflective contributions of students and community voices through dance.
Angelie Melzer and Alison Dyer, Internal Family System (IFS) practitioner
Dance for children and adults with disabilities.
Mikayla and Cody Chongaway Video production and video editing for the OneHeart Call project.
Myron and Rita Bursell
Myron is the owner of Green Gables Photography in Spokane, Washington. Myron photographed all the student images for the OneHeart Call project installation. He also made the connection to Dave and Fay at Instant Sign Factory.
Charlie Hinton, William Grant Gallery & Framing
Charlie is the owner of William Grant Gallery & Framing and provides unique and high quality custom framing for the community in Spokane since 1984. All of the frames are built in the store. Everyone who works there is so helpful and knowledgeable finding the perfect “home” for your projects. Thank you Charlie for everything!
Dean Davis, Dean Davis Photography
Dean photographed all the artwork for this exhibit and did the on-site photography for this exhibition “Awakening and The OneHeart Call project: Building community with the voices of our heart through the arts,” Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art, Great Falls, Montana.
Charlie M. Pepiton, M. F. A.
Associate Professor and Chair of Theatre & Dance at Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA, and Producing Artistic Director at Square Top Theatre.
Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic the OneHeart Call project performing arts event at Gonzaga’s Magnuson Theatre was rescheduled for June, 2021.
Professor Lulu Gonzalez, Whitworth University, Spokane, Washington
International Student Department
Foreign students at Whitworth University sharing the word “Heart” in their birth-languages.
Jackson Lino, Director, The Neema Choir, Spokane, Washington
Choir Members performing songs from the heart
Neema choir 2019 Roster
Shawna (kobsingy) Kassa
Olivia (kimbabazy) Kassa
Kayesu (Jessica) Kassa
Donell Barlow _Performance Contribution
Artist, Poet, Writer and Health Coach
Perception Plastics Inc, Spokane, Washington
All Acrylic Display Structures for Artworks and Presentation
Claudia Hall, Spokane, Washington
Master Seamstress, helped me sew all of the 9 feet tall 20” to 40” wide Organza Fabric panels for the hanging and round panels of the rotator formations of the OneHeart Call project Installation.
David took on the challenges of transportation logistics, making sure all of the art projects arrived safely at the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art in Great Falls, Montana.
Traci Hatch, Spokane, Washington
Initial marketing and social media consultation.
Jacquard Inkjet Fabric Systems, Healdsburg, California
Aqueous print ready Organza Fabrics for The OneHeart Call Project Installation.
AlCobra Metals, Spokane, Washington
Lucas Beechinor Al Cobra Coordinator
Steve Inman CAD Programmer
Doug Bandy Laser Operator
All Metal Art Fabrication
Instant Sign Factory, Spokane, Washington
Fay and Dave Bertelsman
All decals for Heartsong IV_OneHeart OneWorld ManyHeartsongs Installation
OneHeart Call Logo Floor Decal
OrbAudio, Sherman Oaks, California
The Surround system equipment for the OneHeart Call Installation.
Community Sharing Life
Ann _Ann’s Art by God’s Love
Ilse Kilian-Tan _Artist
julia m becker _Artist
Kay West _Artist
Madeline Ballou _Artist
Mira Lee _Artist
Taylor Pannell _Poet
Vicky Cavin_Artist www.vickycavin.com
Luciole Font, French for firefly, is a new typeface developed to help visually impaired people and people with reading disabilities to read.
The OneHeart Call project uses the luciole font throughout the entire exhibit and on the oneheartcall.com website.
These fonts are freely available under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Public License:
Luciole Â© Laurent Bourcellier & Jonathan Perez