Update: Due to inclement weather, “Creative Acts” has been postponed to Thursday, May 5.
“Creative Acts,” an on-site celebration of the Joseph Beuys Sculpture Park featuring performances inspired by the location, will be held Thursday, May 5, 4-5:30 p.m.
In the first act, “Thirty Oaks,” choreographer Meghan Flanigan, sound artist Timothy Nohe and visual artist Antoinette Suiter join in a multidisciplinary collaboration involving UMBC dance students and Baltimore experimental musicians.
In the second act, “Songs From a Public Diary,” senior UMBC Linehan Artist Scholars and music composition majors Charles Miller and Shane Parks take three of the park’s public journal entries and set them to music. UMBC vocal performance/music major Madeline Waters will perform the songs with accompaniment by Miller on keyboard.
The Joseph Beuys Sculpture Park is located on the South side of campus.
Visit the Creative Acts website for more information.
This event is free and open to the public.
The rain date is Thursday, May 5.