Join the Arts Initiative at Grace Farms as we continue our Practicing series featuring Gallim Dance, the music of Cindertalk, and soloists Nola Richardson and Daniel Moody of the Yale Voxtet, the premier vocal ensemble of Yale Institute of Sacred Music.
Don't miss this unique works-in-process performance experience. A discussion and Q&A will immediately follow the Saturday showing.
About the Practicing series:
The Practicing series at Grace Farms invites diverse, interdisciplinary cohorts of artists to spend several days examining and responding to ethical and spiritual practices through dialogue and artistic collaboration. These practices are drawn from the five core initiatives of Grace Farms—nature, arts, justice, community and faith—enabling the staff and our guests to take hold of the words and make them actionable and practicable. Three days of intense creation, conversation, workshop and rehearsal culminate in a public showing and discussion. Adjacent to these collaborative intensives, thought leaders and other practitioners are often invited to host conversations in the Library and to participate in and enrich the dialogue and art-making process in which the guest artists are engaged.