TwispWorks is picking up right where we left off last March, planning for a summer of arts programming at the Performing Arts Pavilion. Newly hired Retail Operations and Events Manager, Lindsey Bryson is looking forward to sharing the calendar of performances she curated in 2020 but then had to shelve as the pandemic shut down gatherings. While she understands that nothing is certain yet, Bryson is hopeful that by the summer we’ll be able to gather to celebrate our community and the arts again.
“I’m excited to reach back out to all the signers, poets, performers, and actors I lined up in 2020. Seeing the Pavilion activated and sharing the arts with our community really is something to look forward to,” says Bryson. If you’re an artist or an art organization interested in learning more about performance opportunities at TwispWorks you can reach Lindsey at LBryson@TwispWorks.Org.
Initially conceived by Brice Butler, TwispWorks partner and architectural firm, Serious Fun Studio, has designed the Pavilion as a signature structure on the TwispWorks campus. Combining beautiful design with function, the Pavilion can accommodate a wide array of artistic mediums. Wall panels along the back of the stage serve multiple functions. Designed with acoustics in mind, the panels pivot for fine tuning sound for the audience and performers, while the back side of each panel is flat for attaching artwork for outdoor art exhibitions. The Pavilion will also feature a movie screen and projector to accommodate movies and presentations.
(Correction notice. This article has been corrected from its original printing in the spring ART magazine. The pavilion was not designed but conceived by Brice Butler. The pavilion was designed by Serious Fun Studio, a TwispWorks partner.)