Towers and Other Thoughts in Performance
November 19, 2016 · 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
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The Trident Gallery Live Arts Series is pleased to present Towers and Other Thoughts in Performance, an exploration through performance of ideas and materials informing the exhibition Towers and Other Thoughts of mixed media paintings by artist Susan Erony. Elements of spoken text, music, visual art, and dance will be produced by Gallery Director Matthew Swift and Trident Live Art Series Director Sarah Slifer Swift in collaboration with Susan Erony.
The Gallery will close at 5pm on Saturday, November 19th, to prepare for the performance.
Doors will open for the performance at 6:45pm.
About Live Art Series Performances
A $10 suggested donation compensates the artists.
Performances of 30–45 minutes are followed by refreshments and informal conversation among guests and artists.
Walk-in guests are welcome. The capacity for guests varies with the performance configuration and is not known in advance. A conservative, fixed number of seats are designated for reservations. To reserve seats, please
- use the online RSVP form at the bottom of the event’s page on the Matthew Swift Gallery web site
- send email to events at TridentGallery.com [Note: this email address is no longer valid]
- visit or call the gallery
Gallery staff or an automated email will respond to confirm seat reservations or describe the alternatives.
Please do express interest and intentions for Matthew Swift Gallery Facebook events, but unconfirmed Facebook responses cannot be construed as reservations.
Unreserved guests are usually accommodated comfortably: they will be invited to occupy empty seats at the scheduled start time. When seats are fully occupied, standing room and sometimes floor seating are normally available.
If unforeseen circumstances require postponement or cancellation, notices will be posted on the gallery website and social media (Facebook and Twitter).
Founding support for the Live Art Series is provided by Matthew Swift Gallery, which furnishes the venue, provides publicity, and guarantees minimum compensation to the performing artists. Supplementary fiscal support in 2015, 2016, and 2017 has been provided by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.