Conversation and Audience Q&A immediately following the performance
Tickets $15 Adults
Free Admission for children and students under 18.
Through the Faith Project, Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers contemplate the relationship between religious practice and contemporary dance. Engaging with practitioners of various religions in story circle encounters, Lin and his company of dancers consider the role movement plays in religious rituals and actions, and how the artistic process can provide both artists and audience members with a space for exploring religious differences and spiritual commonalities. Featuring visual design by multimedia designer Jared Mezzocchi, and music by composer/sound designer Cory Neale.
More information: http://www.kyld.org/faithproject
Major support for the original creation and performance of Faith Project was provided by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, with additional support from The National Endowment for the Arts and Temple University.