Nichole Canuso Dance at The Philadelphia Museum of Art with The Garden: Invisible Branches

As part of the Philadelphia Art Museum’s Reimagined program series, Nichole Canuso Dance will be presenting The Garden: Invisible Branches, an interactive dance performance that unfolds over twenty minutes in the exhibition New Grit: Art & Philly Now. Following cues from an audio guide, up to four participants at a time will navigate the galleries and encounter artwork and dancers. Choreographed by artist Nichole Canuso, this performance guides you in an intimate yet expansive journey that heightens the experience of looking and observing toward unexpected and magical ends.

Choreographer/Performer: Nichole Canuso
Composer/Sound Designer: Michael Kiley
Associate Sound Designer: Adiah Hicks
Costume Design: Rebecca Kanach
Production Stage Manager: Mel Leeds
Creator/Performers: Simon Canuso Kiley, Eun Jung Choi, Arielle Colella, Mieke D, Rhonda Moore, and Jose Guillermo Ortega Tanus

Running May 21, 22 & 24 – 11:00 a.m. – 1:20 p.m.,
Dietrich Galleries 150–157, Main Building

Reservations are required at least 3 days prior to the performance date. The performance is socially distanced and includes timed entry to the main building. Attendees will receive special instructions about where to arrive for the performance before their selected performance date with additional information about health and safety protocols at the museum. Recommended for ages 13 and older.

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