The Penn State Center for the Performing Arts’ flagship facility is the Milton S. Eisenhower Auditorium, located on the University Park campus. The Center for the Performing Arts (CPA) will be working with Adam Frelin this year to develop a public artwork at Eisenhower Auditorium.
Adam Frelin is developing project ideas that use light to animate Eisenhower Auditorium’s façade. Frelin is Associate Professor of Art at University at Albany and has exhibited at museums and galleries worldwide.
Frelin’s 2016 project, Breathing Lights, was a multi-city installation that transformed public streets into an evocative experience. We look forward to seeing Adam’s project with CPA transform the experience of Eisenhower Auditorium for Penn State students and visitors later this year.