FREE admission with Paul Taylor Dance Company ticket*

February 4, 2017  10 AM – RISD Museum
Metcalf Auditorium, 20 N Main St. Providence

Get a behind-the-scenes perspective on the dancer’s role in co-creating a new work over coffee with Paul Taylor Dance Company principal dancers.

Conversation moderated by Julie Strandberg, co-founder of the American Dance Legacy Initiative at Brown University. Coffee will be provided in the museum lobby at 10 AM. Talk takes place in the Michael P. Metcalf Auditorium from 10:30-11:30 AM.

The Paul Taylor Legacy Project: Art in Motion

FirstWorks celebrates Paul Taylor, America’s greatest living choreographer of the 20th and 21st centuries, through a season-long project connecting audiences with art, dance, music, and American history. In February 2017, Mr. Taylor will be “in-residence” with his namesake Paul Taylor Dance Company to debut a new work in Providence prior to its three-week run at Lincoln Center in New York City. Taylor’s visionary work will be explored through a series of workshops, lectures, conversations, films, and performances beginning in October 2016.

A Widening the Circle initiative developed by FirstWorks and American Dance Legacy Initiative, along with partners including the Brown University Orchestra, RISD Museum, Jamestown Arts Center and Cable Car Cinema.

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$10 at door / $5 student
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