Nov. 5, 2012
-- On November 24th, 2012, three students from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts will create a one-day pop-up art installation on Main Street in New Hope, PA. Local Dylan Hurwitz, Sam Moberg, and Klementina Budnik will be showing work, and the installation will activate an unused storefront. Guests are encouraged to participate, and will help create works that are a recording of community involvement. This event is meant to remind visitor's of the town's history and continued reknown as an arts haven.
Dylan will be providing live music, and visitors can step onto a canvas stage he has built. The stage will be lined with trays of paint, and visitors will be encouraged to step in them and dance to help create a painting with their feet. Finished dance paintings will also be on display. Sam Moberg will recreate her studio space on site and ask visitors to leave behind remnants of themselves such as receipts and notes, which will become part of the work. Klementina's animations will be screened, and musicians are invited to bring their instruments and treat them as a score for their own musical interpretation. Klementina will also have an animation booth set up, where she will work on a stop-motion video and visitors can help her in the process. Paintings used in her animations will also be on view.
Spatola's Pizza has donated their soon-to-be new location to hold the event. It starts at 3:00pm and goes until 9:00pm at 86 S. Main Street, next to Spatola's Pizza. Don't miss this free community happening! Light snacks will be provided.
The artists are currently asking for donations to help with the costs of putting on this event. Visit www.AllArtsConnection.com
for more information or to donate.