April 13, 2018, 6:30pm
Free and open to the public
Join us on Friday, April 13, at 6:30 pm, for the performance Crafting Space: Two Works by Nola Donkin. The program features original choreographic compositions that explore the ways that space can be crafted both by the body of a dancer and by physical objects. These objects include architectural elements that change the nature of a space, but also smaller sculptural objects that can be manipulated in an intimate way. Through Donkin’s senior capstone work, she explores the interaction between dancers and physical objects, and the ways in which they have a reciprocal relationship. Accompanying the performance will be two musical compositions created by a Skidmore student and a faculty member. A reception with the artist and the performers will follow the performance.
The program will include:
Within, choreographed by Nola Donkin ‘18, features five Skidmore dancers and tetrahedron structures that dancers manipulate and weave through
Pillar, a solo choreographed by Stuart Singer, a performer and choreographer based in New York City, performed by Nola Donkin '18
This event is free and open to the public.