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Events for March 18, 2017
More Stupids Tarot Reading with Emmy Bright
(3:00 PM - 6:00 PM)
Sponsored by: Foundations, Scholes Library
Artist Emmy Bright will be doing live readings of her wonderful and hilarious hand-printed tarot deck: More Stupids. Bright is an artist and educator, using printmaking, drawing and performance to educate and socially engage individuals and communities. She received a teaching degree from Harvard and her MFA in Print Media from Cranbrook in 2016.
the R idiculous and the Sublime - Faculty Recital
(7:30 PM - 8:30 PM)
Percussionist Dustin Woodard will perform a solo recital of percussion works both electronic and acoustic. Free admission.
“Sanity Ceremonies” Helen Hale Dance
(8:00 PM - 10:00 PM)
Sponsored by: Visiting Artists and Scholars Committee
Helen Hale Dance is devoted to making robust rockin' gorgeous movement medicine, with a spirited blend of southern twang, magical realism, Greek drama, and modern savvy.
Helen Hale, visiting artist, will perform "Sanity Ceremonies," a one-act, one-woman multi-media dance performance. "Sanity Ceremonies" integrates dance with text, video, costuming, props, lighting, film, animations, and sound. Her inspirational work demonstrates what it means to live a conscious, creative, and joyful life.
Helen Hale is a dance maker, embodiment scholar, amateur philosopher, player, rhyme sayer, over-thinker, and plant enthusiast. She is the director of Helen Hale Dance. Helen's work has been presented by the High Museum of Art, Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Galleries at Moore, Hambidge Center, Dance Truck, Dashboard, The Lucky Penny, Spark and Echo Arts, Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers, Temple University, and WonderRoot, among others.