First Fridays@Five: Arts for the Earth Kickoff, April 4

Kelly Silliman’s tinydance project kicks off the month-long series of events with Celebrations Dance Company, the Smiffenpoofs, and Engineers for a Sustainable World.
Arts for the Earth Events, April 2014
Fri., April 4
5:00 pm
Kickoff! Kelly Silliman's tinydance project, Celebrations Dance Company, the Smiffenpoofs, and Engineers!
Josten Library mezzanine
Thurs., April 10
12 noon
Engineers for a Sustainable World
Ford Hall, Room 240
Sun., April 13
4:00 pm
Smiffenpoofs
Hilyer Atrium
Fri., April 18
12 noon
Celebrations Dance Company
Campus Center 103/104, Nolen

Free of charge, and open to all.

A monthlong celebration of sustainability and the arts featuring Kelly Silliman’s tinydance stage, redesigned by students in Smith’s Engineers for a Sustainable World chapter, with performances by Celebrations Dance Company and the Smiffenpoofs.

Off-grid, unplugged, and analog: a bike pedals up hauling a tiny stage, and magic unfolds!

First Fridays @ Five at Josten Library

A patron-driven performance series in Josten Library's acoustically brilliant mezzanine. Students, faculty, and staff in the performing arts offer informal live music, dance, and theatre performances on first Fridays during the semester at 5:00 pm – a great way to welcome the weekend. On Green Street, between Sage and Ford Halls. Josten First Fridays @ Five are open to  the public and free of charge.

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Contact

Janet Spongberg
Josten Performing Arts Library
jspongbe@smith.edu