Join us at the Fine Arts Center on Thursday, October 25, from 5-6:30 p.m. for a free presentation by Tim Glenn, associate professor of dance at Florida State University. In Dance and Technology: A Blending of Art and Technology, Glenn shares two decades of professional work exploring dance and technology, and the presentation examines a variety of career pathways and areas of creative activity that extend beyond the traditional roles of performer and/or choreographer.
This evening event comes toward the end of a week-long residency at the Fine Arts Center in which Glenn will work with FAC dance students, setting choreography that will be rehearsed throughout the week and performed and video recorded on Saturday.
The Fine Arts Center was fortunate to receive a State Department of Education grant to make this residency possible, so don't miss this opportunity to hear Tim Glenn speak about his work and the future of dance.
John Ravnan, violist and chamber music instructor at the Fine Arts Center, can be heard in recital on Friday, October 19, at 7:30 p.m. Renowned soprano Brittnee Siemon and celebrated pianist Sherry Parrini will join in works by Johannes Brahms, Lillian Fuchs, James Grant and the world premiere of Waka Songs by Jon Jeffrey Grier. The concert will be held in Sutherlin Recital Hall at the Fine Arts Center.