How to Build a Forest PearlDamour + Shawn Hall residency

 Visiting Artist Residency: PearlDamour + Shawn Hall, creating the performance

installation "How to Build a Forest.” The residency runs Feb 21-March 3, with performances on March 2 and 3, 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm at the Valborg Theatre. The public is invited to a talk back with the artists immediately following the March 2 performance. All performances are free of charge. Other associated events during the residency are a University and community wide panel discussion on Sustainability and the Arts, February 23, 5pm in the Calloway Peak Room, and Thursday Feb 24, 5pm , A talk with the artists: How writing informs their work”, Table Rock Room. Both talks are in Plemmons Student Union. Students from our department who will be performing and assisting the artists are Josh Warthen, Katie Hickerling, Pamela Cuevas and Maddie Hartney. Also students from Laurie Atkins, Modern III class, T. Lee's Movement for the Stage, Modern Theatre History and several other classes! There are still opportunities to be involved- if you want to perform, please contact Anna Ward wardag@appstate.edu or come by my office. You can also join in the creation of the forest by coming to an open time listed below. Everyone is invited! Open work times and rehearsals Tuesday 22,Farthing 2-5 Open work time 7-10 open work time/ rehearsal Wednesday 23,Farthing 8-10 open work time/ rehearsal Friday 25, Turchin Center Basement 3-5 open work time Saturday 26, Turchin Basement and Greer Studio Theatre 2-5 open work time/ rehearsal Sunday 27, Turchin Basement and Greer Studio Theatre 

 

Categories: Arts, sustain
Date & Time:
Monday, February 21, 2011 (All day) - Thursday, March 3, 2011 (All day)
Location: Various Locations
Contact: Anna Ward
Contact: wardag@appstate.edu
Contact: 828 262 3028
Admission: n/a
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