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$75 VIP ticket includes a post-performance cocktail reception with the artist
$25 General Admission
Join us for an evening of performances by Robert Whitman, benefitting the Seligmann Center for the Arts.
Whitman will perform Prune Flat, a classic work from 1965 in which three performers move between live and filmed action as they are embedded in and interact with a progression of film images projected on and around them.
A more recent piece, Moonrain, was developed in collaboration with Japanese artist Fujiko Makaya in 2010. Live performers and objects are illuminated by video images as they appear and disappear in a swirling bank of fog.
Proceeds from the evening will benefit the Seligmann Center for the Arts in Sugar Loaf, New York. The Center engages visitors with contemporary art and artists, organizing exhibitions, lectures, and film showings. Outdoor sculptures are installed within its 55-acre grounds. This year, the Seligmann Center for the Arts will establish a research and study center, whose central archival documents and extensive art library will be open to the general public.
To purchase tickets please click here or contact Bonnie at 845.469.9459