Beauty Persists: Dance Installations at the KMA

 

 

 

 



Beauty Persists: Dance Installations at the Katonah Museum of ArtSaturday, July 17, 1:00 PM and 3:30 PM
Sunday, July 18, 1:00 PM and 3:30 PM

"Beauty Persists: Dance Installations at the Katonah Museum of Art" is a two-day outdoor performance series of site-adaptive contemporary dance presented by Megan Williams Dance Projects. A diverse cast of 9 dancers will take over the Museum grounds on July 17 and 18, transforming the outdoor space through rigorous explorations of mid-pandemic joy, struggle and the desire for unity during these challenging times. The hour-long dance event will be presented twice each day and will include a post-performance conversation with the artists. Registration required. Free with Museum admission. To register for the performance, reserve a timed ticket for the same time slot as either the 1:00 PM or 3:30 PM performance. Please be aware that elements of this event involve walking and standing as the dancers perform around the grounds of the Museum. 

 


Megan Williams is a dancer, choreographer and educator with a career spanning 40 years of international work. Her choreographic work, rooted in modern dance and other somatic practices, engages audiences to think about the expressive possibilities of the human body. Megan aspires to create work that is both accessible and challenging to viewers, and believes that art can educate, stimulate and heal while bringing people closer together through shared experience as viewers and doers. For more info about Megan and MWDP, go to mwdanceprojects.com.

This project is made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrant, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by ArtsWestchester.