Join FDC and Dance Photographer, Brian Mengini, for an art gallery opening of Artistry in Motion!!!

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Artistry in Motion

FDC is very excited to host Brian Mengini of Brian Mengini Photography at our dance studio! The new FDC studio has an art gallery space, and our vision is to support additional local artists, including visual artists.

Check out his work on his website or facebook!

Join us this Friday, March 4th at 8:30 PM, for a fun night filled with beautiful works of art! The 12 works by Brian Mengini will be displayed in the studio through the monthMarch 2016.

This is a free event that includes a reception where you can enjoy light refreshments, raffles, and prize giveaways!

You will also be able to schedule a session with Brian that night for a future FDC-photoshoot. Limited spots are available on a first come, first serve basis. Only $100 for 1/2-hour session and 2 digital downloads, plus one 11×14 print (after the print is on display at FDC for a month later this year).

 

About Brian Mengini:
Brian Mengini is a Philadelphia based photographer. His work has appeared in Dance, Pointe and Dance Spirit Magazine. His images have also been in the NY Times, Boston Globe & Philadelphia Inquirer. Brian’s client list includes Boston Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Trey McIntyre Project, The Boston Conservatory & Temple University. He has also had the opportunity to work with The Royal Ballet, Mariinsky Ballet, Ballet Next and more.

Other publication credits include “When Men Dance Choreographing Masculinities Across Borders” by Oxford Hill Press, “American Dance: The Complete Illustrated History” (Voyager Press). Dance Studio Life, Dance Teacher, Dancing Times (Great Britain), Auditorium Magazine (South Korea), Town & Country Magazine (Philippines), Connecticut Magazine, Backstage Magazine, Opera America, Broadway World and Broadway.com. Commercial Clients include Tutu.Com, Dresses by Lara, Fusco Knitwear, Snatched Dancewear, A Jolan Ballet. His work has been selected to be part of various exhibits including the Pennsylvania State Capitol and Philadelphia City Hall.

Outside of his dance work, Brian has written articles and has had images published in various periodicals and billboards in the special needs community. Brian’s oldest son, Dominic, is on the Autism Spectrum, so he is passionate about not only being active in his son’s life but the special needs community at large.

Pictured below: Brian Mengini of Brian Mengini Photography

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