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"Art In Motion"
Appalachian Performing Arts Presents
Saturday, May 27th @ 6PM
Moore Auditorium Mars Hill University
Take a look behind the scenes....
Welcome to recital 2023!
Modern One - Little Dancer of 14 Years
New Recording 4 (1)
00:00 / 00:42
Kinderdance Ballet - Mona Lisa
Mona Lisa is a well known portrait with depth and mystery.
She is famous across the world!
For centuries, criticts have shared many opinions about her smile.
For a period of time, the original Mona Lisa went missing! She was recovered in Florence, Italy.
Mona Lisa is well known and loved by many.
Ladder to the Moon - Clogging One
Ladder to the Moon is an abstract painting by Georgia O'Keeffe in 1958. It was an interpretation of items found on the roof of her own house. Ladder to the Moon inspires us to be imaginative, creative, and to keep looking up!
Our 2023 Little Dancers Segment is inspired by Bob Ross. Bob Ross inspires us to see beauty everywhere and celebrate the beautiful world around us! Enjoy performances by our happy little trees, skies, sunshines, and rivers as we complete a Bob Ross painting of dance together during our performance!
"The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.” - Picasso
Under the Wave of Kanagawa
Cafe at Night - Callie Whitson's Solo
Lilac Irises - Monet Ballet One
ilac Irises is a painting by Claude Monet. Monet is known as the founder of Impressionist paintings. Irises were amongst Monet’s favorite flowers in his garden.
The Church at Auvers
Ophelia - Jazz One - This dance was inspired by a series of paintings by John William Waterhouse. From the year 1889 to 1910, Waterhouse created 3 paintings of “Ophelia”, the heroine from Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”
Tap Two -In 1942, Edward Hopper completed what would be known as his most famous piece, Nighthawks. This painting represents to solitude of big city life.
Dancers in Pink - Edgar Degas
Melia Kangers-Jenkins solo
A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte
Pointe / Pre Pointe
Lost in Motion
"There is nothing truly more artistic than to love people"
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