Call and Response: Familiar Faces/Strange Places

The Interdisciplinary Arts and Performance program's annual installation of student and faculty work of all art-making genres each year responds to a different theme.

The pieces will investigate digital, installation and performance work that centers on crossing boundaries, multiple worlds, transhistorical, transcultural and other versions of individual and collective displacement.

The show is curated by IAP faculty members Arthur Sabatini and Patricia Clark.

Call and Response: Familiar Faces/Strange Places

The Interdisciplinary Arts and Performance program's annual installation of student and faculty work of all art-making genres each year responds to a different theme.

The pieces will investigate digital, installation and performance work that centers on crossing boundaries, multiple worlds, transhistorical, transcultural and other versions of individual and collective displacement.

The show is curated by IAP faculty members Arthur Sabatini and Patricia Clark.

Call and Response: Familiar Faces/Strange Places

The Interdisciplinary Arts and Performance program's annual installation of student and faculty work of all art-making genres each year responds to a different theme.

The pieces will investigate digital, installation and performance work that centers on crossing boundaries, multiple worlds, transhistorical, transcultural and other versions of individual and collective displacement.

The show is curated by IAP faculty members Arthur Sabatini and Patricia Clark.

Call and Response: Familiar Faces/Strange Places

The Interdisciplinary Arts and Performance program's annual installation of student and faculty work of all art-making genres each year responds to a different theme.

The pieces will investigate digital, installation and performance work that centers on crossing boundaries, multiple worlds, transhistorical, transcultural and other versions of individual and collective displacement.

The show is curated by IAP faculty members Arthur Sabatini and Patricia Clark.

Call and Response: Familiar Faces/Strange Places

The Interdisciplinary Arts and Performance program's annual installation of student and faculty work of all art-making genres each year responds to a different theme.

The pieces will investigate digital, installation and performance work that centers on crossing boundaries, multiple worlds, transhistorical, transcultural and other versions of individual and collective displacement.

The show is curated by IAP faculty members Arthur Sabatini and Patricia Clark.

Call and Response: Familiar Faces/Strange Places

The Interdisciplinary Arts and Performance program's annual installation of student and faculty work of all art-making genres each year responds to a different theme.

The pieces will investigate digital, installation and performance work that centers on crossing boundaries, multiple worlds, transhistorical, transcultural and other versions of individual and collective displacement.

The show is curated by IAP faculty members Arthur Sabatini and Patricia Clark.

Call and Response: Familiar Faces/Strange Places

The Interdisciplinary Arts and Performance program's annual installation of student and faculty work of all art-making genres each year responds to a different theme.

The pieces will investigate digital, installation and performance work that centers on crossing boundaries, multiple worlds, transhistorical, transcultural and other versions of individual and collective displacement.

The show is curated by IAP faculty members Arthur Sabatini and Patricia Clark.

Barry Moon: Plague Round 2

An installation by Interdisciplinary Arts and Performance faculty Barry Moon, this exhibit consists of three pieces: "Oi," "4 Years" and "Pull." Each utilizes non-electronic instruments in thematic pieces, one of them using gongs with a rope/pulley/weight system for striking and scraping.

Barry Moon: Plague Round 2

An installation by Interdisciplinary Arts and Performance faculty Barry Moon, this exhibit consists of three pieces: "Oi," "4 Years" and "Pull." Each utilizes non-electronic instruments in thematic pieces, one of them using gongs with a rope/pulley/weight system for striking and scraping.

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