TAG: Dance

Degas Dance Session
Lesson Plan

Degas Dance Session

Early childhood (ages 3-5)
One 20—30 minute lesson

Inspired by Dance Examination by Edgar Degas, this lesson will allow children to explore movement as it relates to music; specifically French Classical.

Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble doing Raindance
Blog: Untitled Creative Fusions

Untitled Final Friday Celebrates Dance

July 29, 2016, 6-10 pm

Join us for performances by Cleo Parker Robinson Dance, Spinphony Electric String Quartet, Cult Following, and more. More

2 visitors in dancelab
Blog: Don't Miss

Boogie Down in #dancelab

Our interactive installation #dancelab seems to be a hit. Open less than a week, there have already been 3,000 dances! More

Still photo from video of Gerald Montour talking about why he dances
Blog: Behind the Scenes

Community Members Tell Why We Dance

Exhibition On View through August 14

With video, artworks, and dance regalia, the local Native community shares their take on dance and dance-related art. More

Dancers projected on the wall in dancelab installation


July 10, 2016–October 2, 2016

#dancelab is a creative dance installation created by local artistic dance partners Wonderbound and creative firm Legwork Studio. This immersive, participatory movement experience focuses on celebrating American dance and deconstructs the dance experience to make it accessible to all. More

Celebration Scene
Lesson Plan

Celebration Scene

Elementary (grades K-5)
One 50 minute lesson

Art can be an important way to record traditions and celebrations in one’s culture.

George Caleb Bingham, The Jolly Flatboatmen, 1846. Oil on canvas;

Rhythm & Roots

Dance in American Art
July 10, 2016–October 2, 2016

This exhibition will present how artists, dancers, and choreographers helped form the artistic identity of dance in America. It will feature about 90 paintings, photographs, sculptures, and costumes relating to American dance from 1830 to 1960. More