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TrIptych: Three Ways, Three Worlds

  • Friday, April 27, 2012
  • 7:00 PM
  • Sunday, April 29, 2012
  • 2:00 PM
  • Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1190 Maple Street, Indiana, PA

An evening of three original pieces featuring the artistic work of:

Rosaly DeMaios Roffman

David Berlin

Holly Boda-Sutton

IUP Dance Theater

In partnership with the Japan-America Society of PA

April 27th & 28th – 7:00 pm

April 29th – 2:00 pm

Zink Dance Auditorium

1190 Maple Street – IUP / 724-357-4865

Free Admission

The three original pieces in Triptych reflect our world from three vastly different perspectives.  Furoshiki is based on the concept of cultures exploring other cultures through their own perspective.  Unwrapping the Japanese culture through a western perspective only to present it back tied up in smaller ideas, the work becomes Furoshiki.  Coming Together is created in the international genre 60x60 format, which creates a mosaic of text, image & sound within a framed time grid. Boundaries is a new work premiered in this concert.  This new work explores the connections that form between our selves and the boundaries that shape our world.   Our boundaries can be defined as geographical, physical, cultural, societal, familial, personal, or emotional.

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