Rhythm & Repetition As Seen Through The Moves of a Dancer

Walt Whitman Dance Director Sue Turner-Radin, far right, and her dancers, enjoy the creative freedom that collaborating with Heckscher Museum offers.
Walt Whitman Dance Director Sue Turner-Radin, far right, and her dancers, enjoy the creative freedom that collaborating with Heckscher Museum offers.
Senior Day at Heckscher Museum offered attendees a special performance.
Senior Day at Heckscher Museum offered attendees a special performance.

Complementing our already unique collaboration with Huntington’s Heckscher Museum, the Walt Whitman Dance program under the direction of Sue Turner-Radin, performed for a special group recently. On the second Wednesday of each month, Heckscher Museum opens their doors free of charge for their ‘Senior Day’ program.

This program offers our senior residents free admission, plus a docent tour of a current exhibition. On Wednesday, May 14, the group was treated to a special dance interpretation of the current exhibition titled: Rhythm & Repetition in 20th Century Art. 

After the performance, our talented high school dancers mingled with local seniors who were in attendance, answering questions and exchanging ideas about the art on exhibit.

This was a wonderful experience for everyone involved and similar events are being planned. 

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The Heckscher Museum of Art, 2 Prime Avenue, Huntington, NY 11743 631. 351.3250

For more information about Heckscher's Senior Programs click on the link below:

www.heckscher.org