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Call for Volunteers – FringeArts

The Leonard Pearlstein Gallery pleased to announce our upcoming collaboration with Leah Stein Dance Company (LSDC) and the FringeArts Festival.

We are looking for volunteers to assist the gallery with its upcoming performances by LSDC. This is a perfect opportunity to get to know the gallery better, work with LSDC and participate in a FringeArts production. No dance experience necessary.

We are looking for volunteers for the following performance dates and times:
Thursday, September 18 – 7:00 – 9:30 pm
Friday, September 19 – 7:00 – 9:30 pm
Saturday, September 20 – 2:00 pm, 4:30 pm (start times)
Sunday, September 21 – 2:00 pm, 4:30 pm (start times)

Interested? Please email us at gallery@drexel.edu

About Splice
In Splice, performers invite you to step into an installation by artist Jeremy Holmes that loops without beginning or end. Through movement and sound, the audience is sent on a quiet yet reeling exploration as dancers shift, split and cut. Splice creates a full-bodied experience of tension, lightness, and the architecture of surprise.

Tickets are $20/general admission and $15/students and dance passes.

More information regarding performance times and purchasing tickets can be found on the FringeArts website www.fringearts.com.

More information about the Leah Stein Dance Company can be found at their websitewww.leahsteindanceco.org.

Convergence
Featuring the work of installation artist Jeremy Holmes from Ithaca, NY, this solo exhibition consist of a continuous, site-specific wood installation designed for the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery. Using five varieties of North American hardwoods, Holmes explores the contrasts between the abstract shapes of bent wood and the geometric rooms the piece inhabits. Holmes uses space in original and unexpected ways, filling voids in interiors that would otherwise go unnoticed and allowing the viewer to experience the work from within. His work pushes interactions between the viewer and site and evokes a new curiosity in a traditional material.
A recent write up in Philadelphia’s Inquirer about Convergence here.
To see more of Holmes’ work please visit his website http://www.holmesarts.com

Opportunity posted on: September 12, 2014