SEE.HEAR.FEEL

A multi-sensory collaborative arts experience focusing on Alzheimer's disease.

Date(s) & Times

November 21-23, 2014

7 PM and 3 PM Sunday

Friday and Saturday at 7PM
Sunday at 3PM Gallery Hour, 4 PM Performance

Admission

$15 general admission / $10 students and seniors

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Sponsors

Dennis and Angie Lehane

The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation

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The Studio@620 & Project GenYes! present SEE. HEAR. FEEL.
A multi-sensory collaborative arts experience focusing on Alzheimer’s disease coordinated by Mark Feinman.

You're invited to witness and experience eight collaborative art installations that include photographs from Rossie Newson, poems by Gloria Mu­­ñoz and music by La Lucha. Each artist will perform and speak about their involvement in this collaborative event. Partial proceeds from admissions will benefit the USF Health Byrd Alzheimer's Institute, which is dedicated to the prevention, treatment and cure of Alzheimer's disease and related disorders.
There will be an open gallery hour on Sunday from 3-4 PM for folks who would like to view the artwork but who are not able to stay for the full performance. Performance will begin at 4 PM that day.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Friday and Saturday November 21-22 at 7:00 PM
Sunday November 23 at 4:00 PM (Doors open at 3 PM for gallery viewing)
$15 General Admission / $10 Students and Seniors
A limited number of Studio@620 Red Member Tickets will be accepted for admission to this event. Please call 727-895-6620 to make reservations.

The Studio@620’s Project GenYes! is a concept to performance accelerator made possible by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.
Mark Feinman is one of six artists who have received this illustrious grant. All six artists have been given a huge boost with time, space, mentors, volunteers and funding to turn their concept into a series of performances. Sharon Scott, an award winning artist, vocalist and writer has been the mentor for these millennial artists. She has been involved with the Studio@620 since its inception ten years ago.