Back to All Events

Mine


Mine is a thought-provoking multimedia project exploring patterns of domestic violence that are all too prevalent in today’s world. Through contemporary music, movement, and abstract video and images, this piece reflects on episodic violence as well as the subtle, continual behaviors exhibited in abusive relationships. Musical selections by Claude Debussy, Ryo Noda, Luciano Berio, Jacob ter Veldhuis, and Karen Tanaka. 

Dylan Ward, saxophones
Griffin Giersch, video design

Thursday, Dec. 21st @ 6:30PM
Friday, Dec. 22nd @ 8:30PM

The Clark Studio Theater
Samuel B. & David Rose Building
Lincoln Center Education
165 W 65th street New York, NY

FREE Admission | 45 minutes

TICKETS: 
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kenan-fellow-performance-mine-tickets-40111442404
--
The William R. Kenan Jr. Fellowship, a yearlong residency for select graduates of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, pairs young artists with Lincoln Center Education’s (LCE) master Teaching Artists to develop their artistic facilitation and teaching artistry with students of all ages. After a semester-long intensive with their mentors, the Kenan Fellows culminate their experience by developing original performances in LCE’s intimate Clark Studio Theater.

LCE is proud to celebrate the 16th anniversary of this prestigious fellowship, and you’re invited to attend this year’s performances by our 2017 Kenan Fellows. These insightful and inspiring cross-disciplinary collaborations push the boundaries of live performance in thoughtful and dynamic ways. The performances run from December 20 to 22 and are free and open to the public.

Earlier Event: April 22
HOWL