Wake Forest’s Interdisciplinary Performance and Liberal Arts Center (IPLACe) was awarded grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the New England Foundation for the Arts to help fund the interdisciplinary collaboration. Through a series of residencies, Forklift Danceworks artists are partnering with Wake Forest Facilities and Campus Services staff to co-create a large-scale, site-specific performance to take place on Hearn Plaza on October 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

The final show (October 5th, 7pm) will be broadcast live online at https://go.wfu.edu/golive

Where Should I Park?

Lots A and P will be available for parking; parking lot P will have handicapped parking reserved. Lot Q and W1 will serve as additional parking. Virtual Map

Do I Need A Ticket?

This is a free event, and no tickets or reservations are required. First come-first serve seating in bleachers with additional seating on the lawn. No umbrellas or folding chairs. Blankets are encouraged.

Questions?

Contact Stephanie Poskin, Director of Support Services and Operations, at poskinsd@nullwfu.edu


From The Ground Up

From The Ground Up

From The Ground Up

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