Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Dancing at Milwaukee

Summerdances is a performance by over 30 UW-Milwaukee dancers.  The performances are site-specific meaning they are tailored and meant only for the spaces they are performed in.  Site-specific pieces are performance works inspired by the architecture and ecology of water found in the Cudahy Gardens of the Milwaukee Art Museum and the historic North Point Water Tower.  This year Summerdances can be viewed at two locations Milwaukee Art Museum Cudahy Gardens and North point Water Tower.  It is free and open to the public and an amazing opportunity to begin learning the potential of UWM students.  Summerdances can be viewed through out June 13-15.

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