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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The MoMA presents Judson Dance Theater: "The Work Is Never Done" exhibition. The show looks at the formative moment in the 1960s when a group of choreographers, visual artists, composers, and filmmakers gathered in Judson Memorial Church, NYC, for a series of workshops that ultimately redefined what counted as dance.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Though working in multiple mediums, Torkwase Dyson (b. Chicago) describes herself as a painter who uses distilled geometric abstraction to create an idiosyncratic language both expressive and diagrammatic.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The exhibition "The San Quentin Project: Nigel Poor and the Men of San Quentin State Prison," is on view at the Milwaukee Art Museum
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | SUNY Oneonta will present “Continuous Flow,” paintings and photographs by Leslie Parke, in the Martin-Mullen Art Gallery.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | "The Spinner’s Dream: Three Collections in Dialogue," an exhibition by DD Dorvillier ’89, is at the Museum Fabre.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | "Downstairs," a family drama starring Tim Daly '79 and his sister Tyne, is onstage at the Cherry Lane Theater.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Victoria Munroe Fine Art, NYC, is presenting "Paintings and Works on Paper," an exhibition featuring former faculty Pat Adams.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | "Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings," the first major survey of work by Sally Mann ’73 to travel internationally, is on display at the J. Paul Getty Museum.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Scholar of Performance Dr. Juana Maria Rodriguez will speak on work involving Trans Studies, and Latino/a/x and Caribbean Cultures as part of the Visual Arts Lecture Series.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Bennington's annual Music Festival is an eclectic program of student compositions and performances across the spectrum-for string quartet, rock bands, choruses, and electronics–plus other surprises.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | High-spirited music and dancing from the Appalachian, Celtic, and Québécois traditions with the Traditional Music Ensemble and callers/teachers Trish Miller and John Kirk.