Smart Night Out is an evening designed to compliment our curatorial programs, offering exclusive insights into the work over casual conversation.
At Smart Night Out, you’ll be hosted at YBCA with the following:
- A pre-show discussion with a special guest
- Food and drinks
- Complimentary ticket(s) to the featured program
Join us at 6PM in the Theater Terrace for food, drink, and a pre-show conversation with Capacitor founder Jodi Lomask before heading into the Theater for the performance of Left to Her Own Devices: 20 years of Sculpture in Motion.
*This event is sold out. To be added to a waitlist, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the performance:
Capacitor is a dance, cirque, and sculpture company founded by Artistic Director Jodi Lomask. The work often engages scientists to create performances and installations about the natural world. The company’s visually-stunning experiences are delivered on abstract structures by athletic dancers, acrobats, aerialists, and contortionists. Lomask designs structures out of steel, bungee, fiberglass, and wood, and her choreography unites unique characters with distinctive movement for Capacitor’s signature synthesis of visual magic and raw athleticism. Celebrating the company’s 20 years anniversary, Left to Her Own Devices: 20 years of Sculpture in Motion is a distillation of all of the company’s work to-date, focusing on physical structures—which have essentially been oppressive problems for the performers to overcome—to explore the theme of liberation.
Members at the All Access level and above are invited to exclusive programs with thought-provoking artists, curators, and members of the Bay Area cultural community, and also receive a free ticket to all YBCA Presented events and programs, as well as a host of other amazing benefits. See all benefits »
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YBCA’s Engagement Programming is made possible by The James Irvine Foundation.
All Access Membership in 17-18 is supported in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and The Bernard Osher Foundation.
Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Lead Image: RJ Muna