Once again, the Centerâ€™s Annual Expressive Arts Performance will prove that creativity is not bound by disability.
On Friday , May 21st, â€œMasqueradeâ€ will be presented at the Alfred and Rose Miniaci Performing Arts Center at Nova Southeastern University.
The event will feature an exhibition of original artwork, an arts & crafts station for guests to create their own Masquerade masks, and an original musical performance. Guests will have the opportunity to meet the Centerâ€™s artists at the cocktail reception while enjoying the exhibition of the Ann Storck Centerâ€™s Permanent Collection as well as pieces focusing on the â€œMasqueradeâ€ theme of the evening. Following the exhibition and reception, guests will experience the immense creativity of the participants in the Centerâ€™s Expressive Arts Program in the musical performance â€œMasquerade.â€ The musical will feature original songs, scripts, and sets created by the program participants.
The Annual Expressive Arts Performance increases self-esteem and provides an opportunity for the unique accomplishments of individuals with developmental disabilities to be showcased in this annual event. â€œThe show is important because it ensures that the creative experiences provided at the Centerâ€™s Expressive Arts Program can be shared with our surrounding community,â€ said Stacey Lorea, Director of Expressive Arts and Marketing. â€œIt gives our benefactors and donors the opportunity to see their impact on the lives those we serve.â€
For more information on the Annual Expressive Arts Performance as well as information on sponsorship opportunities and ads for the playbill, please contact Stacey Lorea at 954/584-8000 x349 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.