Movement III : the SOUND [of hope extending] performance

Artist Residency, Performance, Public Art, Residency

Movement III : the SOUND [of hope extending] performance

Fri, Oct 05, 2018 3:30 pm-4:30 pm Boston Public Library Main Branch
Artist Residency, Performance, Public Art, Residency Fri, Oct 05, 2018
3:30 pm-4:30 pm Boston Public Library Main Branch
Premier of Movement III : the SOUND [of hope extending] a site-responsive performance created for a public library created by artist and composer Beau Kenyon. 
 
Beau Kenyon has transformed audio recordings of newly immigrated high school students into compositions, that will accompany dancers wearing custom designed costumes that bring the voices of Boston’s youth out into public space. This performance was created through a Creative City grant from NEFA, a grant that enables artists to create new projects for the public realm through civic engagement with residents of Boston. Beau Kenyon is a 2018-19 artist in residence with the Northeastern Center for the Arts.
 
 
Music + Sound Art: Beau Kenyon
Choreography: Peter DiMuro
Costume: aricoco
 
 

Additional performance:

October 6 
3:30 – 4:30pm
Movement III : the SOUND [of hope extending] performance
Boston Public Library Main Branch at Copley Square
700 Boylston St

Location

Boston Public Library Main Branch

700 boylston St.