Past Event
Moody Center for the Arts
Wednesday, October 27
6:30pm
Dimensions Variable: Lisa E. Harris

About the Event

Join us for Lisa E. Harris’ musical response to the fall exhibition, Kapwani Kiwanga: The Sand Recalls the Moon’s Shadow.
Import, Harris’ on-site performance created for the Moody, questions the movement of creative resources as they flow through people and goods within a city and as a spiritual exchange that occurs within a person.

A Monroe Research Fellow at Tulane University’s Center for the Gulf South, Lisa “Li” Harris is also the 2021 recipient of the Dorothea Tanning Award for Music/Sound, awarded by the Foundation for Contemporary Arts. Recognized by Huffington Post as one of “14 Artist Who Are Transforming the Future of Opera,” Li’s work resists genre classification as she focuses on the energetic relationships between body, land, spirit, and place. She is also the founder and creative director of Studio Enertia, an arts collective and production company in Houston, Texas.

Directions & Parking

The Moody Center for the Arts is located on the campus of Rice University, and is best reached by using Campus Entrance 8 at the intersection of University Boulevard and Stockton Street. As you enter campus, the building is on the right, just past the Media Center. There is a dedicated parking lot adjacent to the building. Payment for the Moody Lot is by credit card only. Maps are available at rice.edu/maps.

Please note: Our address is the general address to Rice University. To find us on campus, enter “Moody Center for the Arts” on Google or Apple maps.

Location

Moody Center for the Arts