Slow Art Pop-Up Workshop

02Apr3:00 pm3:30 pmSlow Art Pop-Up WorkshopMove

A woman sits on square yellow benchs in the center of an octagonal gallery. She is surrounded by three large, square paintings by Agnes Martin. A round oculus in the ceiling lets in natural light.

Event Details

As part of International Slow Art Day, performance artists Nadine Lollino and Trey Donovan will lead a 30-minute music and movement guided slow experience. Experiencing the works of art not only from our sight, but our soma (physical body in motion), the impact of sound with live music accompaniment, and the movement of our breath to make a lasting visceral impression.

Space is limited. Advance registration is recommended. This event is included with admission.

Nadine Lollino has been creating and performing in the arts of dance, costume making and video since 2002. She is currently working under her newest endeavor, MovementLab, and also co-founder of multi-media collective PosterchildArt. Nadine has previously danced with Anatomical Dance Theater, Breakbone Dance Co., and the Humans, all Chicago-based companies and co-operated Temple Gallery in the Chicago Arts District for ten years. She has been presenting her own works since 2005, traveling nationally and internationally. Nadine also practices massage therapy, teaches yoga and TRE®. She has been developing guided and freeform movement practices for all communities to connect to the healing found in dance and music.

Trey Donovan brings together such diverse cultural elements as music/sound-art, language, dance, sculpture, structure and technology to synthesize impressions of our place in the universe. His recent projects involve him in music and dance composition and improvisation, and draw on influences from nature, culture, and experimental artistic discoveries. Trey has studied, taught and performed with a variety of butoh-based companies and teachers since 2001, in the SF Bay Area and Seattle. He and Nadine now reside in an Earthship in Taos, NM.




(Saturday) 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm


Harwood Museum of Art

238 Ledoux Street


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