Sun on Stone: Dance in the Garden- Sunday Aug 19th, 5:30pm 16 August 2018
Sun on Stone: Dance in the Garden animates the art and elements of Oeno Gallery’s Sculpture Garden at Huff Estates this Sunday, Aug 19th at 5:30pm. Open to everyone, free admission. Audience is invited to view the performance from the Garden’s central grassy area – the performers work along the pathways and among the artworks outside this area.
Interpretation & performance: Carol Anderson, Arwyn Carpenter, Cristina González, Terrill Maguire, Claudia Moore, Michelle Silagy
Music composed, recorded, arranged & performed by: Kirk Elliott
Onsite music co-ordination: Claire Wootten
Sun on Stone: Dance in the Garden concept and direction: Carol Anderson
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Following the success of A Dance in the Garden last year, a new edition of this unique dance/music installation returns to the beautiful Oeno Gallery Sculpture Garden at Huff Estates on Sun. August 19, 2018, at 5:30 pm.
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