IN THE GALLERY: BODY LANGUAGE

April 12 – May 26

FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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.

This exhibition sponsored by:

Exhibition Programming:

OPENING NIGHT

FRIDAY, APRIL 12

Body Language Lecture with Mendel Center Director Mike Nadolski – 5:30 – 6 PM

Opening Party Begins – 6 PM

Welcome and Performance Art Piece Trace by Rui Sha in the Gallery –  6:15 PM

COFFEE WITH THE CURATOR

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17

12 PM

YOGA IN THE GALLERIES

TUESDAYS, APRIL 12 – May 26

6:30 – 7:30 PM

$15 Drop In Class / $75 for all 6

Visit the KAC website to register