Floriosophy, Frequency of Flowers, A Call & Response Performance by Tamalyn Miller
On select Saturdays, Call & Response artists present talks, readings, live music, performance art and workshops in and around Glyndor Gallery. Identifying flowers with historical significance to Wave Hill’s site, this Saturday Call & Response artist Tamalyn Miller performs an original composition on her handmade horsehair fiddle, based on the colors and vibrational energy associated with seasonal plants. Inspired by floriography, the popular Victorian way of communicating through flower arrangements, Miller responds to traditional meanings of each plant in presenting her “musical bouquet.”
Free with admission to the grounds.
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