PLAY is a new media performance modality which translates personality and conflict into movement patterns, culminating in a comprehensive, adaptable participatory performance. Studying human relationships and boundaries through dance and animation, we hope to explore social questions involving power, space, touch, inclusion, exclusion, and play.
Thursday, June 17, 2010
Introducing: Elisabeth Gambino, choreographer
Elisabeth Gambino holds an MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design and has work featured in public and private collections. She is an active painter, performing artist, and community artist. She assisted Mary Jane Jacob with the public art program at the Spoleto Festival, USA, for three years. Ms. Gambino has exhibited in four states and has received fellowships to study art, culture, and art education on four continents. She is interested in relational aesthetics and the art of social change, and has artwork in the Civil Rights Institute collection. She teaches art, mentors art educators in the Baltimore area, and is active in intercultural art education.