ABOUT THE EVENT
ColorFields Outdoor Performance on Museum Grounds
In partnership with the Judy Dworin Performance Project, and the Frankenthaler Foundation the NBMAA will present ColorFields, inspired by the late work of abstract expressionist painter
ColorFields embodies JDPP’s signature artistry, interpreting visual image and spoken word through the vocabulary of dance and movement. ColorFields is a deep exploration into Helen Frankenthaler’s work and process to bring her inspirations and creative choices to life for audiences to ponder. Helen Frankenthaler’s pioneering use of color, the centrality of the improvisational moment in her work, and her inspiration in nature are key touchstones for JDPP’s founder and artistic director, Judy Dworin.
We invite you to view the culmination of this artistic endeavor on Museum grounds at the edge of scenic Walnut Hill Park with two outdoor performances on May 13. Preregistration required; register below. In the case of rain, this program will take place on May 20.
Should you have any questions about the performance or what to expect while you're here, please email Robyn Genzano [email protected].