A House Unbuilt brought its Neighborhood Dances project to Cleveland as part of the RE|Marking Festival, a body based, feminist community arts event curated by Megan Young, Marcia Custer, Maria Miranda, and Megan Elk. RE|Marking featured site specific installations, live performance, visual art, and participatory activities at specified times.
Venues included E11even 2 Gallery, Josephine Arts Gallery, and Zaina Gallery at 78th Street Studios, Gypsy Beans & Baking Co., Guide to Kulchur, and private properties from W 50th to W 56th streets.
Cleveland welcomed Chicago artist Victoria Bradford and her work, Neighborhood Dances to Zaina Gallery. Bradford shared artifacts from her movement and media project, as well as offered a live performance and talk.
Events were free and open to the public.
April 30, 2016
Choreography, Performance, and Design
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