You are warmly invited to an upcoming ArtsWeek salon event on politics and the arts. Performance, talk, & reception, a set of workshop readings of segments of contemporary artistic works with talk highlighting expressive interactions of politics and the arts.
Silence and Explosion:
A Salon Event on Politics and the Arts
Saturday, 23 February 2008
Sweeney Hall, M015 (Simon Music Building)
Music, Theater, Film, and Talk
Conductor Mark Dorries | Soloist Xan Jennings (MUSIC: And They Lynched Him On A Tree by William Grant Still)
Conductor Carmen Helena Téllez | Soloists Meghan Dewald, John Holiday, Carl Kanowsky, Kevin Necciai, Jerome Sibulo, Loralee Culbert, Yuriria Rodriguez & Alize Rosznyai (MUSIC: Ainadamar, The Fountain of Tears, by Osvaldo Golijov)
Stage Director Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe (THEATER: An American Ma(u)l by Robert O'Hara)
Video Artist: Rubén Ortiz Torres | Composer Gabriela Ortiz (FILM: Garden of Earthly Delights and Frontierlandia)
Talk & Reception -- The performers & Gender Studies - Marlon Bailey | Musicology - Halina Goldberg | Ethnomusicology - John McDowell | Music Theory - Marianne Kielian-Gilbert | African American Dance - Iris Rosa
For information on this project please visit www.music.indiana.edu or www.music.indiana.edu/som/lamc/events/2008/silenceandexplosion.