Monday, November 07, 2005

Surdna Fellows

Courtesy of WYFF Channel 4

Monday, October 24, 2005

Dancers performed at the ArtBomb on Thursday, October 20th. The dancers choreographed the piece "Gallery Within" based on an everyday gesture.

Thursday, October 13, 2005

Thursday, October 20th @ 6:30pm

The program will include:

"The Gallery Within"
A contemporary dance piece about viewing art from any angle. What transforms the everyday object into a work of art?
Choreographed by Jan Woodward of the FAC
Performed by the Advanced Dance Class of the FAC
With original music composition by Donald Shabkie
Music performed by Mr. Shabkie and Laurie Gentry

"Thank you Kate and Nina"
One woman. One window. The taste of pure freedom.
Choreographed and performed by Teri Parker
Text by Kate Chopin
Music by Nina Simone

"Still Life"
A traditional work redesigned.
Choreographed by Lisa Wheeler
Performed by the Advanced Dance Class of the FAC
Music from the film "Orlando"

You may check the Emrys website:

You may check Donald Shabkie's website:

The ArtBomb is a non-profit organization housed in the old Brandon Mill General Store in West Greenville. The ArtBomb Studio was established in 2002 to provide low cost Studio space for Greenville artists. The Studio building, located in West Greenville, houses 16 local artists with individual studio space for each. The building also features a gallery which is open for exhibitions as announced. Artists from the local area who desire a space to exhibit can use the gallery space for individual or group shows. The artists who are members of the ArtBomb are as follows:

Several of these artists exhibited together in an outsider exhibition in 1994 from which the Studio gets its name. They continued to show together with artists joining their ranks throughout the 1990’s.

The Studio is predominantly self supporting, with funds raised only for special projects furthering the abilities of local artists and members to expand their artistic skills and experience with new tools or services. The goal of the Studio is strong, visionary work and furthering the creative vision of both the members of the Studio and outside artists who benefit from interaction on a Studio level with other artists and by attending local shows.

Directions to the ArtBomb:
In downtown Greenville take S. Main Street until it turns into
Pendleton. Continue on Pendleton Street. Cross Academy/123. The
ArtBomb building is on the right: #1320.

Monday, October 10, 2005

Dancers: Mrs. Donna Becker will be teaching a class on nutrition tomorrow--Tuesday October 11th. Please bring your homework assignment with you. I sent it as an attachment this afternoon but several came back as undeliverable. If you did not get an e-mail and/or the assignment at FAC it is to keep track of what you eat and drink today so that you will have something concrete to relate to for the class. You will NOT share this with me or the class. ALSO: Please bring your notebook, paper and pencil--and dance clothes in case.