- Post Date: 4/18/2006
- Reading Time: 1 minute read
For 2 days, the sounds of laughter, music, and applause rang through the Spurlock Museum. WorldFest! What a wonderful time!
Visitors of all ages came to the Museum March 31 and April 1 to enjoy 3 great performances for the price of 1:
- Franceska’s Marionettes danced their way around the world, from European folk dances to Hawaiian hula to a performance by Elvis himself!
- Dan Keding brought his audiences into the worlds of ancient Greece and Rome, telling myths of love and conflict, praise and prayer.
- JASC Tsukasa Taiko revealed the energy of taiko drumming and the beauty of lute and flute music to visitors in the Knight Auditorium.
In addition to the performances, everyone had a chance to decorate a paper Egyptian mummy mask and a paper Japanese kimono.
The spring, 2006 WorldFest was sponsored in part by East Asian and Pacific Studies at the University of Illinois and the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency. We thank them for their continued support.