The College of Fine Arts is hosting performance sculpture artist Sha Sha Higby in celebration of the 75th anniversary of the College. She is known for her evocative and haunting performances using the exquisite and ephemeral body sculpture she meticulously creates herself and moves within. Sha Sha Higby has spent years traveling internationally to study and develop her unique combination of Dance, Sculpture and Theater. She has performed and taught workshops in foreign destinations such as Korea, Japan, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Australia, Belgium, England, Singapore and a number of other countries.
The sculptures will be on display at the Kennedy Museum of Art from April 20 until August 12, 2012. The exhibition presents sculptural costumes and drawings by the international performance/sculptural artist.
Sha Sha Higby will be giving the following lectures and workshops throughout the week.
Lecture: April 23, 8pm at the Forum Theater
Performance: April 24, 8pm at the Forum Theater- Folds of Gold
Workshops: April 25, 5:10-9pm an April 26 5:10-7:30pm at the Kennedy Museum of Art
Workshop Presentation: April 26, 7:30-8pm at the Kennedy Museum of Art
Exhibition Reception: April 26, 8-9:30pm at the Kennedy Museum of Art
Gallery Walk and Talk: May 9, 12:10-12:50pm at the Kennedy Museum of Art