Come take a musical trip through time as the Out of this World Performance Troupe takes to the stage to perform “Music Through the Decades,” featuring many of your favorite show tunes! These talented young “triple threats” have studied under Broadway coach Ellen Renee and are ready to shine on our summer stage at the Nassau Park Pavilion behind Panera on Rt. 1. They will act, they will sing, and they will dance into your heart. Featuring professional sound and lights, this free performance is not to be missed.
The West Windsor Arts Center invites you to the opening reception for STEAM. This is the fourth and final exhibit in a series of STEAM–previous juried shows explored the relationships of each discipline of the acronym (Science, Technology, Engineering, and now Math) with art. The Relationship of Mathematics and Art Despite being thought of as originating from opposite hemispheres of the human brain, mathematics and art have long been intertwined and enjoy a strong creative relationship. Artists such as Leonardo da Vinci and Albrecht Dürer famously used mathematics in order to help drive their creativity. Mathematical concepts such as the Rule of Thirds and the Golden Ratio continue to serve as the backbone for works that artists create today. While mathematics has a defined set of rules and formulas, we as artists can push the envelope and bend the rules in order to explore the less restrictive outer realms of creativity.