Conservation Foundation is pleased to host director James Dean Palmer at Bay Preserve as Artist-in-Residence, in collaboration with FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training. A New York-based director and educator, Palmer is directing Arcadia at the Asolo Conservatory.
Have you ever marveled at a theatrical set design, or the brilliance of the costumes on the actor, and how perfectly it fit the play? In Designing the Rhythm of a Play, Palmer will lead an informal discussion about the relationship between the director and the design team, and how they collaborate on a design that seamlessly supports the vision and artistic goals of the production.
Palmer's work has been presented at theatres across the country, he has received numerous fellowships and he holds an MFA in Directing from Brown University. Learn more about James Dean Palmer and the Asolo production of Arcadia.
This program is at the Burrows-Matson House at Conservation Foundation.