The Outdoor portion of this event has been postponed until April
Reading the Façade of Angell Hall
an interdisciplinary panel on the facade of Angell Hall that will present five different "readings" of one of the most iconic "texts" here on the campus.
7-8pm: OBJECTS AS STAGE
Come DANCE and TRANSLATE the Facade of Angell Hall into OUR Present!
an interactive community “translation” of the facade of Angell Hall with lights, music, and dancing, under the direction of Mark Tucker, who is the Arts Director of the Lloyd Hall Scholars Program and the creative director of FestiFools (http://festifools.org/), with a live DJ, dancing, and laser lighting of the columns.
For more information, please visit our webpage at http://www.umich.edu/~objtext/index.html
free and public workshop hosted by Alice Lloyd Hall (100 South observatory) on Monday, January 27, at 6:00 PM for people to make LED-apparel to wear to the event itself.
From the event organizers: dancing on the sidewalk in the winter is a hazardous activity. Dance at your own risk.
THIS EVENT IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AND CO-SPONSORED BY:
CONTEXTS FOR CLASSICS | RACKHAM GRADUATE SCHOOL | COLLEGE OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND THE ARTS | SCHOOL OF MUSIC, THEATER & DANCE | ARTS AT MICHIGAN | BENTLEY HISTORICAL LIBRARY | ENGLISH | HISTORY | HISTORY OF ART | AMERICAN CULTURE | CLASSICAL STUDIES | COMPARATIVE LITERATURE | CENTRAL STUDENT GOVERNMENT | RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE | KELSEY MUSEUM OF ARCHAEOLOGY | AFROAMERICAN & AFRICAN STUDIES | CENTER FOR GLOBAL & INTERCULTURAL STUDIES | COMPREHENSIVE STUDIES PROGRAM | HONORS PROGRAM | NEWNAN LSA ACADEMIC ADVISING CENTER | STUDENT ACADEMIC AFFAIRS | PHILOSOPHY | LLOYD HALL SCHOLARS PROGRAM