All Lecture-Concert Series events are free of charge and open to the public. Sponsored by Phi Kappa Phi and the Arkansas Science Festival. Kennedy’s pieces have a kinetic beauty, a thrill in the precarious balance of objects in motion. — Shaun Brady, Philadelphia City Paper Originally trained as an engineer, Greg Kennedy uses the principles of geometry and physics to create groundbreaking work with original apparatus. As a young juggler, he quickly made a name for himself in the juggling community not only by his mastery of traditional juggling technique, but also for creating entirely new forms of manipulation. He is now renowned for his many original contributions to juggling as an art form. Jugglers know him for his award-winning creativity; audiences know him for his entertaining performance, making visual spectacles by combining art and science. Science, Engineering & Art gracefully transitions between inspirational, real-world anecdotes, and kinetic creations while providing the audience with perspective on how science and art unite.
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