Daily Archives: October 6, 2019

Dance into Art!

Wai Chuen Chan
10/6/2019

Jennifer Monson brought us to experience art through dance and movement at Krannert Art Museum.

Jennifer Monson is an American dancer and choregrapher. On October 3, she showed us a new way to interpret art during her dance workshop at Krannert Art Museum. She had brought us to use not vision, but dance and movement to feel the art, which you may find a experience you have never had.

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The Rate of Art over Time

Written by César Díaz Blanco

Warming up our Orientation Skills

Thanks to Jennifer Monson and her knowledge of biology and dance I learned a new means of experiencing and connecting with the art at the Krannert Art Museum. Even though I have been to the KAM three times, the crafts in it are still fascinating: new details emerge and give the art a new meaning or context.

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Moving to the Groove of Art

Jennifer Monson shares her insight on how movement of the body can change the experience of art. 

written by Allison Spillane

Introduction to the Workshop

This experience was a new one. Previous shows that this class had scheduled I had some semblance of expectation, but I went into Jennifer Monson’s dance workshop having no preconceptions of what we would be doing. Having absolutely no background knowledge of dance, I must admit I was somewhat apprehensive about the activities she had in store. However, despite my fears, I found the movement in this event quite refreshing. The lense of dance really changed the way that I experienced the art.

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Moving with Art

By Jessica Moreno

Jennifer Monson Talking to us at the beginning of the workshop.

On Thursday October 3rd at the Krannert Art Museum we went to a dance Workshop taught by Jennifer Monson. This experience was unlike any other and it felt very freeing and liberating. I had never gone to a dance workshop and going to this one was unlike anything I thought it would be.

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