April 12 – May 26
How is body language represented, depicted and interpreted? It is readable? Is it natural or affected, subliminal or known? Is it political? Historical? What is it telling us about this contemporary moment? Body Language is an exhibition that explores this form of non-verbal communication through visual representation. It speaks to multiple generations and it is indicative of the postures and posturing we see all around us.
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Carolyn Pampalone Rabbers is a member of Wellspring/Cori Terry & Dancers. She graduated from Western Michigan University with a BFA in
Her Screen Dance work has previously been featured at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts. She co-created “Ready Movers” a mindfulness, movement
Carolyn has trained at The American Dance Festival and studied under the instruction of Tere O’Connor, Doug Varone, David Dorfman, Randy Duncan, John Lehrer, Jen Nugent, Jessie Zarrit, Pamela Pietro, & Jerri Houlihan. Carolyn teaches Yoga for Spectrum Health
Two Presidents, One Photographer showcases 56 of Pete Souza’s photographs of two presidents from opposite ends of the political spectrum. This exhibit includes Souza’s favorite images of Presidents Obama and Reagan, providing us with candid moments that are windows into their humanity. What we see in Souza’s photographs are two Presidents who clearly respected the office they held, and genuinely respected the people they interacted with, no matter the circumstance.
Artists Jon Hook and Andrea Peterson work collaboratively with nature, incorporating, responding and preserving it within their artworks. Moving beyond inspiration into the realms of wonder, experimentation and discovery, this immersive installation will reframe both the artist and the environment.