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NYC PERFORMANCE – Southeastern Louisiana University dance faculty members Dana Brewer-Plazinic (top) and Greta Sharp will perform in NYC this week at the Monique Golstrom Art Gallery.
SOUTHEASTERN DANCE FACULTY PERFORM IN NEW YORK CITY
HAMMOND – Southeastern Louisiana University dance faculty members Dana Brewer-Plazinic and Greta Sharp will perform at the Monique Golstrom Art Gallery in New York City Saturday, September 28.
Internationally recognized visual artist Tova Beck-Friedman invited Brewer-Plazinic to perform at her opening reception at the gallery, where the two will present their collaboration on a film combining Beck-Friedman's sculpture and Brewer-Plazinic's choreography. The two artist met while Brewer-Plazinic's dance company, Izzy Moving Dance Theatre, was in New York performing at "The Bridge For Dance" in spring 2001.
The gallery performance will consist of a seven-minute duet by Brewer-Plazinic and Sharp centered around several large piece sculptures by Beck-Friedman reminiscent of Great Britain’s ancient Stonehenge. The piece also incorporates interactive photography and video.
Brewer-Plazinic and Sharp are both Southeastern graduates and received their master’s degrees from Mills College in Oakland, Calif. Sharp is a member of Izzy Moving Dance Theatre and director of Sharp Edges Dance Company.
Izzy Moving Dance Theatre is currently working on a concert to be performed at the Fine Arts Center on Constantinople St. in New Orleans November 8-10. For ticket information, contact Brewer-Plazinic at 985-549-5254.