Final Esherick Exhibition FREE Events
- FEBRUARY 11, 3-4:30 pm Special Tour of the Exhibition
- Paul Eisenhauer, director and curator of the Wharton Esherick Museum, will give a special tour of the exhibition highlighting Esherick's long term relationship with eurythmy and dance.
Tour begins in the Kamin Gallery, Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center
For more information or to make a reservation, please call the architectural Archives (215.898.8323) or email Nancy Thorne (email@example.com)
- 7:30-9 pm Unheard Voices
Pennsylvania Eurythmy Ensemble performance
- In Unheard Voices, the Pennsylvania Eurythmy Ensemble will be performing their version of the Iroquois tale of The Wife of the Thunderer. They will also perform to music by Beethoven, Burghardt, and Debussy, as well as to poetry by the African-American poet E. Ethelbert Miller and others. Eurythmy, whose name stems from the Greek for beautiful rhythm, is an expressive movement art developed in the early twentieth century by Rudolf Steiner. Performed to music or the spoken word, the repertoire of eurythmic movements is connected to the tonal experience of music or to the sounds and rhythms of language. Eurythmy is also used in education, notably in Waldorf schools, and in therapy. To watch an example of an eurythmy performance click here.
Harrison Auditorium, Penn Museum
33rd Street entrance (south of Spruce Street, across from the main entrance to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
- FEBRUARY 13
- Wharton Esherick and the Birth of the American Modern
- Final chance to see the exhibition. Both galleries will be open 10 am-5pm.
Kamin and Kroiz Galleries