FRIDAY, JULY 22 / 1:00 PM
ST. LUKE’S CHURCH HALL
340 St. George St.
This season’s Studio Showing features artists Sarah Murphy and Olivier Coëffard presenting a work in progress. Sarah and Olivier were awarded the FODAR 2022 Creative Residency which fully supports two weeks of uninterrupted creative time to start work on a new piece.The residency offers accommodation, studio time and a fee.The July 22 showing is the culmination of this two week period. There will be a short Q&A session with the artists following the showing.
Reservations are not required for this showing, but seating is limited. Admission is ”Pay What You Can" with a suggested amount of $10 for adults.
The FODAR Creative Residency was initiated to foster experimentation and the development of new dance works. It is made possible through funds from the Culture Innovation Fund offered through the Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture, Tourism and Heritage.