‘The Rhythm Section’

Artwork by junior Emily Silber is one of seven projects unveiled April 6 as part of the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts’ 22nd annual University City Sculpture Series. This program allows students to create and install public artworks throughout University City. Silber’s entry, located at the intersection of Trinity and Washington avenues, reflects the creative energy of the nearby 560 Music Center and Center of Creative Arts. It consists of five colorful dancing figures, each poised in a “moment of balance, feet in the air, as if they have just hit the accented beat in a song with a burst of movement,” Silber said. The series remains on view through May 11. For more information, call 505-8612.