Pauline Jennings, instructor of fine arts/dance, recently celebrated the opening of "neighboring|towns," an immersive four-channel video and sound installation about borders, restriction of movement, and family/community life that is currently being presented by the Hamiltonian Gallery in Washington, DC (May 18 - June 22, 2019). She and collaborator, Heather Theresa Clark, received a Foundation for Contemporary Art grant to support the project. neighboring|towns also features choreography created and performed collaboratively with Saint Michael’s alumnus Joshua Lacourse.
(posted June 2019)
Pauline Jennings, instructor of fine arts/dance, was awarded the Vermont Performance Lab SEED award, as well as, Project VT program funding to create an intermedia exhibition at Burlington City Arts entitled "Becoming Human." The exhibit, which opened Oct. 19 and runs thru Feb. 9, includes a 3-channel video and sound work and a full-evening intermedia performance. Jennings and students created a 2-hour city-wide community engagement and interactive performance adventure as part of UVM's A Feverish World Symposium in October. Pauline also was featured in the Burlington weekly newspaper/website Seven Days where,reporter Elizabeth Seyler wrote a piece titled. "Intermedia Artist Pauline Jennings Critiques Human Impact on Earth,” which tells about the artistic work of Pauline with an alumnus who has been her collaborator, recent graduate Calvin Aham’17.
(posted January 2019)