The Dance Complex. Cambridge, MA.
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  The Festival of Us, You, We & Them  
 

We are humbled by the outpouring of support from our community and sponsors that made The Festival of Us, You, We, & Them 2017 possible! We remain empowered by the strength of dance, the depth of our community, and the necessity of art.

The Festival of Us, You, We & Them is a time for art to be seen, explored and experienced by all! A combination open house, teaching artist/student concert, arts gallery and celebration, this festival emphasizes the inclusive, humanizing nature of dance and the arts.

The Dance Complex throws open its historic doors and takes to the street for a celebration of the arts and movement. With pop-up performances and classes, traveling dance concerts, hung artwork and “spontaneous actions of creation,” organizers hope to emphasize the inclusive and humanizing nature of the arts. Many events are free and ALL are open to the public for their enjoyment.

Experience the magic that happens here everyday alongside the special programming of this exciting weekend. Stay tuned to the Dance Complex for more information about performers, presenters, activities, and dates for 2018's Festival!

Moments from the 2017 Festival of Us, You, We & Them:


 

 

Revised: Friday, June 30, 2017

aMaSSiT | CATALYSTS | Deep Dance Series |Performance Series (RFP) | Salons | Summer Sizzle | The Festival of You & Us & We & Them |Winter Wonder
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