Exploring the nature of sight and blindness, light and dark…and what it means to truly see, this multi-disciplinary program features images created by the blind and visually impaired photographers of the Seeing with Photography Collective and original jazz music performed live by the Daniel Kelly Trio.
This program is the product of a collaboration between an artist and a scientist. For an entire semester, Professor Keith Earle of the UAlbany Physics Department and choreographer Ellen Sinopoli focused on a communion of the arts and sciences studying side by side the principles of physics and modern dance.
Reservations and Other Information
For 21-22, admission is free to all performances and reservations are required. To make a reservation for your school group or for additional details, contact Kim Engel at 518-442-5738 or [email protected].
Resource materials are generally available approximately one month in advance of the shows. Directions and bus information are provided upon reservation.
Guided campus, Performing Arts Center and Art Museum tours as well as other activities like departmental meetings, class observations and lunch in the Campus Center are possible when your group is on campus. More information will be provided with your reservation.
The screening of this 1924 silent film by Austrian director H.K. Breslauer is accompanied with live original music composed and performed by world-renowned klezmer violinist Alicia Svigals and celebrated silent film pianist Donald Sosin. Based on the dystopian book by Hugo Bettauer, it is a chilling premonition of the Holocaust.
In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage month, America’s premier Spanish dance company presents Tablao Flamenco, a highly improvisational program offering an up-close opportunity to experience the dynamic interplay between flamenco song and dance.