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Artscene Newsletter: MoMA & Opera

March 28, 2015

Hello, hello….the weekend is here. Love the weekends don’t you and it’s the last weekend for the month of March. Got a MoMA update and opera….yes opera!

 


MoMA STUFF!

CREATE ABILITY

Sunday April 12, 2015 / 11:00am – 1:00pm (ages 5 – 17) / 2:00pm – 4:00pm (ages 18 and up)

From the website:

Join us for Create Ability, our free program for individuals with learning or developmental disabilities and their families. Each month we focus on a different theme, exploring various artworks in the galleries and creating artworks in the classroom.

April’s theme is New Territory: Rethinking Landscape.

Space is limited and preregistration is required—register online today!

 

LATIN AMERICA IN CONSTRUCTION: ARCHITECTURE 1955- 1980

March 29 – July 19

  • Member Previews: March 25 – 28
  • Member Early Hours: March 25 – May 12, 9:30am – 10:30am

from website:

A major survey of modern architecture, Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955–1980 brings together an unprecedented array of original drawings, models, photographs, and films from the period. The exhibition features work from 10 countries by master architects including Luis Barragán, Oscar Niemeyer, Clorindo Testa, and others.

 

ONE-WAY TICKET: JACOB LAWRENCE’S MIGRATION SERIES AND OTHER VISIONS OF THE GREAT MOVEMENT NORTH

April 3 – September 7

  • Member Previews: April 1 & 2
  • Member Early Hours: April 1 – September 7, 9:30am – 10:30am

from the website:

Marking the centennial of the beginning of the Great Migration—the multi-decade mass movement of African Americans from the rural South to the urban North—One-Way Ticket provides a rare opportunity to see all 60 panels of Jacob Lawrence’s landmark Migration Series together, along with other artistic representations of the movement in art, music, film, literature, and poetry.

To find out how to be a MoMA member go to www.moma.org.

 

 


BARTOK BLUEBEARD’S CASTLE WITH SETS BY DALE CHIHULY, MURDER, INTRIGUE, ART

JoAnn Falletta, conductor
Virginia Symphony Orchestra
Rebecca Nash, soprano
Charles Robert Austin, baritone

  • Sunday, April 18, 8:00pm
  • Sunday, April 19, 3:00pm
  • Chrysler Hall, Norfolk
  • Tickets: $125 Gold Circle, no discounts: $75, $45, $35, $20

from website:

A spectacle of sight and sound; a haunting story with psychological twists and turns! Stunning glass sculptures by world-renowned artist Dale Chihuly take visual enchantment to new heights. Béla Bartók’s Bluebeard’s Castle is the murderous tale of Bluebeard and his new wife Judith’s introduction to his lurid past. Bartók envisioned seven doors, behind each a secret to be revealed — and in this stunning production the seven doors are towering works of glass and light by Chihuly. This groundbreaking production of Bartók’s only opera, first staged by the Seattle Symphony Orchestra to sold-out houses and performed here by the acclaimed Virginia Symphony Orchestra, employs Chihuly’s vision to riveting effect. “Spectacular… Chihuly’s striking sculptures, lighted from above to achieve a brilliant glow and saturated hues, gave fantastic shape to what Judith found behind the first six doors…eliciting gasps and murmurs from the audience” (Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel).

Join us for Chihuly Celebration activities before the performance!
6 PM Saturday and 1 PM Sunday: Activities on Scope Plaza including Chrysler Museum’s Mobile Glass Studio
7 PM Saturday and 2 PM Sunday: Pre-concert conversations in Chrysler Hall Dress Circle


Co-presented with
Virginia Symphony Orchestra and The Chrysler Museum of Art.

To find out about tickets and more go to www.vafest.org/bluebeards-castle.

Yes, I’ve added some opera, just because. I hope you guys have a beautiful and great, blessed weekend. Getting ready for April!

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