Artist D. Sabella Grimes is a choreographer, composer, writer and teacher, who delves into the multidimensionality of African cultural practices. In his dance projects he accentuates on the dual nature of human being as man and woman.
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@ VOL 16
ON MAY 25, 2013
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ON FEB 29, 2016
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@ VOL 7
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Using images and issues from the greatest play of the late twentieth century, George Judy takes us on a journey into how Chaos Theory and principles of 'uncertainty' are a metaphor for life and art in our contemporary world.
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BY RICH HAPTONSTALL
@ VOL 4
ON APR 05, 2018
To FVCC theatre professor Rich Haptonstall, set design is an "active working metaphor": not only does it have to be comparable and representative of real life, but it has to be a living, moving artform. As the three stories in this presentation demostrate, knowing how to use visual cues such as shape, color, and texture allow Haptonstall to illusrate the essence of the play and the characters therin.