These 52-minute migrations of oscillating rhythms and intricate footwork by choreographer Lauri Stallings will have glo moving artists climbing the High’s sloping lawn and looping around the campus.
glo invites the public to come together in the green space adjacent to Sifly Piazza to sit, skip, stand, kneel, prance, waltz, spin, be still, shuffle, make footwork and twist.
Lauri Stallings’ live sculpture conceived for Richard Meier’s iconic winding ramp of the Stent Family Wing is enacted by two glo moving artists over three continuous hours.
For those who love to move and those who wish to love to move. These movement workshops in the Robinson Atrium are open to everyone.
How can dance be a form of demonstration? Choreographer Lauri Stallings has created movement choirs for the glo moving artists in the modern and contemporary art galleries that reflect her Southern roots and explore this question.
Join professional museum educators each month in looking closely at artworks in the Museum’s collection: one work, thirty minutes, deep conversations, and discoveries.
Turn up the volume at the High with great music, signature drinks, and our reimagined galleries on the first Friday of every month.
On the second Sunday of each month we offer FREE admission for all visitors and special family-friendly programming!
On the third Friday of every month, you’ll enjoy music, drinks, and art. Each month will feature a different style of jazz, from straight ahead to free jazz, bebop to swing, and more.
Join Wieland Family Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Michael Rooks, as he sits down to speak with contemporary artist Jaye Rhee.