Beyond Choreography

EXHIBITION September 1–October 28, 2016

Tuesday, September 20, 2016  6-8 pm Panel Discussion

The VETS Gallery
One Avenue of the Arts, Providence RI 02903

Degas, Pollack, DuChamps and Picasso are just some of the artists in history whose work has been inspired by motion.  Beyond Choreography uses the lens of movement to explore the interconnection between visual art and dance.  Join in this lively discussion among a select group of artists whose work exemplifies this exciting exhibition.

Panelists include: Juror, Bob Dilworth and Mihalio Djuric, artistic director Festival Ballet Providence and exhibiting artists Heather Frymark, sculpture, David DeMelim, photography and Caroline Rufo, painting. Panelists will discuss the exhibit, relation to the theme and process.

Moderated by arts consultant, Ruth Davis of Ruth Davis Associates

Key Information:

  • Exhibition: September 1 – October 28, 2016
  • Opening reception and awards: Thursday, September 8, 2016  5:30 – 8 pm
  • Panel Discussion: Tuesday, September 20, 2016   6 – 8 pm

Jurors: Bob Dilworth, artist/educator and Audrey Monahan, photographer
Using the same principles and design challenges a choreography faces on the stage, interpret energy and movement through the use of primary elements; line, lighting, and an expression of a story unfolding that encourages viewer participation.

About Our Jurors: 
Audrey Monahan      Bob Dilworth

Exhibiting Artists:

Tiffany Adams – Deborah Baronas – Robin Beckwith – John Buron – Cathy Chin – Jeanne Ciravolo -Rosemary Cotnoir – David DeMelim – Cynthia DiDonato – Cemal Ekin – Heather Frymark – Nancy Gaucher-Thomas – Barbara Harris – Joseph Heathcott – Carl Keitner – Carolyn Hagy Kent – Sandra Aarons Krupp  -Rosemary Marchetta – Julie Martin – Paulette Miller – Paul Murray – Nancy Nielsen – Marcus Parsons – Caroline Rufo – Beth Ann Ryden – Johnny Shahnazarian – Irene Stapleford – Sallie Strand – Felica Touhey – Denise Vitola – Dorothy Anderson Wasserman – Nancy Whitcomb – Richard Whitten – Mark Wholey