Karola Luttringhaus

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The Sarus Festival is in its 6th incarnation; this weekend is the Sarus Fall Equinox Retreat. Yoga, meditation, drum circles, wiggle therapy and more public exercises are ongoing, and a performance of The Invisibility Project is Saturday evening at Riverfront Park. 

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UNCW’s Office of the Arts presents a summertime series of performances for all ages again this year: Seahawk FAM. A variety of performers take the stage Thursday mornings through the end of July. Director of UNCW’s Office of the Arts, Kristin Brogdon, developed this program with Operations Manager Jeremy Summers last year; it’s already grown from 5 to 6 performances. When I visited Kenan, Karola Luttringhaus was working on her piece. The stage was covered with over 4000 plastic bottles-and more are on the way. Listen to Karola and Kristin above and see the schedule below.

Joel Vannfuller

The Sarus Festival is all about community building. And art. And dance. And pushing boundaries. It's impossible to encapsulate the festival in one word or phrase. You just have to experience it, and it's happening now in it's 5th incarnation through the weekend.

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Aug 17, 2015

The 4th Annual Sarus Festival is underway!  We were delighted to have founder/director Karola Luttringhaus in the studio last week, along with dancer/choreographer Rachael Goolsby and artist/curator Janette Hopper.  

There are performances, workshops, lectures, and general happenings in downtown Wilmington through Sunday, August 23.  Check out the schedule to find out all the details.