There will be dance-focused exhibitions, programs and local artist collaborations, as well as interactive installations, to create an immersive and whimsical experience.
Visitors can also try hands-on activities and experiment with motion in the Movement Studio and explore how artists express and are inspired by movement through different mediums and techniques.
Don't miss these exhibitions:
WHY WE DANCE: AMERICAN INDIAN ART IN MOTION,
MAY 29 - AUG. 14, 2016
Learn about the motives behind Native American dance and how it impacts the arts. The exhibition features some 86 works, including large-scale, dance-themed portraits from the 1939 San Francisco World's Fair. There will also be a multimedia presentation where 12 video cameras allow visitors to experience a dancing circle.
RHYTHM & ROOTS: DANCE IN AMERICAN ART,
JULY 10 - OCT. 2, 2016
See American artwork from the 19th and 20th centuries that chronicle the evolution of dance and its distinct traditions. The traveling exhibit also includes a multimedia features that capture the motion beyond performance art.
GRAND GESTURES: DANCE, DRAMA, MASQUERADE,
THROUGH DEC. 11, 2016
See 29 pre-Columbian objects from the DAM's extensive collection, featuring human and supernatural figures in dramatic poses.
PERFORMANCE ON PAPER: THE POSTERS OF PHIL RISBECK AND JOHN SORBIE,
JULY 10, 2016 - JAN. 8, 2017
Study the graphic works of two internationally acclaimed Colorado designers. The exhibition features some 30 promotional posters where the duo utilized elaborate techniques to create eye-catching designs with careful use of typography.