Earlier this week, a friend and fellow undergraduate at the university asked me over text message, “Why do they call the journal the Ivory Tower?” His question echoes ones that we, the staff of Ivory Tower, hear regularly from our student peers. “Don’t you think that comes off a bit exclusive?” “Is the name supposed to be ironic?” 2015 Ivory Tower cover Such concerns are not unfounded. I do not know why, at the magazine’s conception, this particular name…
This summer the Weisman is partnering with the BodyCartography Project to offer a series of performances. Each piece is centered around a dancer/audience collaboration.
felt room is an immersive performance installation designed by BodyCartography Project to conjure imagination, speculation, and perception, engaging viewers in a practice of vibrant potentiality. In the darkness of felt room viewers are offered an escape from a world of constant illumination. Viewers are encouraged to stay for the entire duration but are welcome to arrive and depart at any time.
felt room would not be possible without the following contributors.
Anna Marie Shogren
Composer Justin Jones
Light design Mike Wangen