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Through Our Hands, To Our Feet​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​







Through Our Hands, To Our Feet

Premier Evening performance with talkback
Arrowhead Theater

North Campus

700 North Ave, Hartland, WI 53029
Hartland, WI







Through Our Hands, To Our Feet

Downtown Milwaukee performance


1661 N Water St, Milwaukee, WI 53202

Milwaukee, WI

Artwork by Emily Landry

Reflections: Through Our Hands To Our Feet was a wonderful success! We enjoyed a sold out show at Danceworks Studio Theater on April 26th in downtown Milwaukee. Thank you to all involved and to all who came out to support us. 


Lake Arts Project Inc, directed by Karl von Rabenau and Jennifer Miller, hosted two exciting and innovative evenings of brand new works of art from budding artists in collaboration with professional artists to further our mission of providing an enriching arts education for students of all ages. 


This performance,  Reflections: Through Our Hands, To Our Feet, celebrated the evolution of art: music, visual art, and dance from the time of the Renaissance to today.


We were excited to introduce live, original period-style music to this year's project, composed and played by Arrowhead High School musicians, led by Jacob Polancich. Sherry Moseler and Matt Luebke, also from Arrowhead, shared the history-rich visual artwork from their talented art students.


And finally, the Lake Arts Project choreographers completed this collaboration by creating new dance works on Milwaukee Ballet School and Academy students and professional dancers. 





Thank you to all of our collaborators!


Arrowhead High School, Danceworks Studio Theater, Milwaukee Ballet II, Milwaukee Ballet School and Academy, Catey Ott Dance Collective, Nomadic Limbs, Montauk Project


Special Thanks to:


Certain Grants, Cecilia Lieder, Frank S. Miller,  Jenn Mazza Photography, Oguis Auto Repair, Evolution MKE, JoAnn Feldges Photography, Nancy Watson, Laura and Gordon Leech, Annette and Ray Fischer, Bridget Rhode, Noelle Brever, and Indiegogo


By Jennifer Miller

Elisabeth O'Keefe, Emily Lovedahl, Mone Shinoda, Emily Audley, Madeline Bruss, Gretchen Fischer, Riley Grainger, Allison Maginot, Amelia Reuss, Anna Sanders

Secoli E Mezzo

By Karl von Rabenau

Gabrielle Becker, Claire Buehler, Ryoka Chiba, Natalie Dellutri, Jennifer Hackbarth, Hannah Rosenfeld, Madeline Rhode, Mone Shinoda, Maria Stahl, Kassi Tiedjens

Phoenix: Falling To Rise Again

By Catey Ott Thompson

Renata Rocha Pastrana, Elisabeth O'Keefe, Danielle Anderkay, Alice Svetic, Sage Feldges

Lift Off At Night

By Petr Zahradnicek

Lisa Barrieau, Gabrielle Becker, Claire Buehler, Sage Feldges, Itzel Hernandez, Gretchen Fischer, Jennifer Hackbarth, Lilly Leech, Alice Svetic, Brittany Tripp,   Lizzie Tripp

Wait A Minute

By Lisa Barrieau

Lisa Barrieau


By Katharina Abderholden

Natalie Dellutri, Sage Feldges, Riley Grainger, Emily Lovedahl, Amelia Reuss, Renata Roche Pastrana, Hannah Rosenfeld, Alice Svetic, Kassi Tiedjens, Brittany Tripp

All The Things

By Thom Dancy and Ashley McQueen

Thom Dancy, Ashley McQueen

Circle Of Life


Catey Ott Thompson, Katharina Abderholden, Danielle Anderkay, Emily Neale, Elisabeth O'Keefe, Claire Buehler, Natalie Dellutri, Sage Feldges, Amelia Reuss, Anna Sanders, Maria Stahl, Alice Svetic, Brittany Tripp

Keep In Touch

By Garrett Glassman

Emily Neale, Garrett Glassman, Madeline Bruss, Ryoka Chiba, Itzel Hernandez, Allison Maginot, Madeline Rhode, Brittany Tripp,  Lizzie Tripp

Meet the Art Director:

Sherry Moseler

Ms. Moseler is a Visual Arts Instructor at Arrowhead High School. She has taught drawing and painting, humanities, and art history as well as many other disciplines within the visual arts. Sherry is also the Head Girls Volleyball Coach at Arrowhead and enjoys combining her love and creativity in art with the characteristics and mental focus learned through athletic competition.

Visual Artists: Kathleen Baber, Casey Beck, Jacob Beres, Samantha Bruening, Caitlin Eckles, Evan Farrell, Angelo Ferris, Heinze, Jenna Hernandez, Mackenzie Huckstorf, Valerie Huebner, Kendall Knetzer, Mike Kudis, Kayleigh Kvool, Emily Landry, Emily Lesch, Michael Makowski, Haley Matthews, Cameron Nowicki, Emma Opperman,  Julia Paulsen, Vivian Riter, Kristin Struebing

Jacob Polancich

Meet the Music Director:

Musicians: Christian Anderson-Contra Horn & Cello, Alaina Auton-Horn, Veronica Becker-Alto Saxophone, Olivia Dellomodarme-Oboe, Sarah Eggert-Flute, Lauren Griswold-Horn, Rebecca Hobson-Oboe, Emily Landry-Piano & Vocals, Maddie Knutson-Clarinet, Logan Kozlik-Alto Saxophone, Josh Lohnes-Composer & Synthesizer, Chandler Maas-Bassoon, Spencer Mason-Tenor Saxohone, Alex Michalski-Baritone Saxophone, Andrea Mitchell-Clarinet, Erin Palmeter-Bassoon, Peyton Sandri-Flute, Nathan Sawall-Horn, Alex Tarnow-Oboe


 The Montauk Project: Ryan Meisel-Saxophone, Jacob Polancich-Drums/Percussion

Jacob Polancich is the director of bands and music department coordinator at Arrowhead High School where he conducts the Wind Ensemble, Wind Symphony, North Jazz Ensemble, Marching Band and teaches Music Theory. He holds a Master of Music (M.M.) degree in wind conducting from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in Music Education from Augustana College (Rock Island, IL). In 2008, Mr. Polancich was selected as one of three conductors to participate in the National Band Association’s Young Conductor/Composer Project. He has received three Citations of Excellence from the National Band Association. He is also an accomplished bassoonist and percussionist, having performed in a variety of ensembles throughout the United States, England, and the Republic of China. Mr. Polancich holds active membership in the National Association for Music Education, National Band Association, Wisconsin Music Educators Association, Percussive Arts Society, and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia men's music fraternity. He continues to serve as an adjudicator, performer and guest conductor for various festivals and concerts including the National Band Association Wisconsin Convention, the Wisconsin Music State Conference and the Illinois Music Educators District Festival. He resides in Waukesha with his wife, Laura, and two daughters Claire and Molly.

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