Northern Kentucky University is pleased to announce the opening of the First Inaugural School of the Arts exhibition event “Limonar: Reflections about Alzheimer, Set design by Liliana Duque Piñeiro” in the Main Gallery of the Fine Arts Center (September 25 – October 30, 2015).
Performances by music and theatre programs will be held Thursday, October 1 and Friday October 2 at 7:30 p.m.
The performance is free but limited to 100 tickets per night.
Tickets can be reserved by contacting David Knight at email@example.com or 859-572-5148. Parking is available for guests for a fee in the Welcome Center Garage.
Liliana received her undergraduate degree from Universidad Nacional de Colombia in 1997. In 1999, she came to the US on a Fulbright scholarship to continue her artistic studies. She holds a MFA in Sculpture and an MFA in Set Design from the University of Cincinnati. Liliana currently lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area. Overall Lilian’s work is a combination of sculpture and set design.
“Limonar: Reflections about Alzheimer, Set design by Liliana Duque Piñeiro” is the first College of Arts and Sciences Strategic Initiatives Grant Exhibition and the inaugural exhibition of combined programs in the School of the Arts (SOTA). This exhibition event will enhance the NKU student experience with the interaction of multiple programs and departments. This exhibition and event will highlight the global awareness and interaction with the community on many different levels. The exhibition and performance event is very innovative, and will create an environment of discussion on the NKU campus and in the community. Liliana has designed three sets in which performances will be held. The gallery interns, sculpture students, set design students and painting students will all work together to complete the construction of the sets. During the first week of the exhibition, guests will be able to see the set and exhibition take shape in the gallery. On October 1st and 2nd at 7:30 p.m. there will be a performance on each of the sets. The performance will include both a opera portion and theatrical readings. Both music and theater students will be working with faculty from those areas have been rehearsing together for these performances. The Main Gallery will also have on exhibit, photographs and early sketches of many of the past productions Liliana has designed sets for.
The Main Gallery is located in the Fine Arts Center at Northern Kentucky University in Highland Heights, Kentucky just 8 miles from downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. The Main Gallery is closed on major holidays and weekends. Admission is free. Parking is available in the Welcome Center Garage.
If you would like more information, please contact David Knight at 859-572-5148 or email Knight@nku.edu.