SUGAR LOAF — The Seligmann Center presents "Eventide: The Shape of Sunset," performed by The River Flows Two Ways on Saturday, March 18, at 6:30 p.m.
Eventide is a quartet between two moving bodies, a musician and the setting sun. Through the performance, viewers experience the sunset in a state of heightened awareness to their senses and their environment. Movement of both music and dancers amplify the perception of the subtle shifts of light, texture and mood that so often escape our consciousness, making for a deeply relaxing and contemplative experience of site-specific performance art.
The River Flows Two Ways is a collaboration between dancer Ophra Wolf and musician Craig Chin. Together they create site-responsive performances that invite the audience to arrive in the moment more fully and perceive their environment with fresh eyes and ears.
The performance will be followed by a potluck. All are welcome to bring a dish to share.
Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets are $10. The program takes place in Kurt Seligmann’s Studio at the Seligmann Center, 23 White Oak Drive, Sugar Loaf.
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