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Mini Movement Fest is a one-day long dance festival, organized by Agora Artists, that includes four movement workshops and an evening concert. The workshops are led by both local and visiting festival artists and open to participants of all experience levels high school age and older. The evening concert features a variety of dance-based performance and multimedia works presented by the festival artists.

Prior to the concert, guests can enjoy drinks and art at the garden, to view and shop works by local artists and vendors. The festival will conclude with music and mingling post-performance. Festival artists include Brandon Gonzalez (Austin), Jennifer Mabus (Houston), and Angelica Monteiro (Austin).

The festival aims to bring artists based throughout Texas to Oak Cliff in order to present fresh perspectives to the Oak Cliff community, simultaneously providing a platform for early and mid-career movement artists to facilitate classes and present work to a new audience.

Mini Movement Fest is a one-day long dance festival, organized by Agora Artists, that includes four movement workshops and an evening concert. The workshops are led by both local and visiting festival artists and open to participants of all experience levels high school age and older. The evening concert features a variety of dance-based performance and multimedia works presented by the festival artists.

Prior to the concert, guests can enjoy drinks and art at the garden, to view and shop works by local artists and vendors. The festival will conclude with music and mingling post-performance. Festival artists include Brandon Gonzalez (Austin), Jennifer Mabus (Houston), and Angelica Monteiro (Austin).

The festival aims to bring artists based throughout Texas to Oak Cliff in order to present fresh perspectives to the Oak Cliff community, simultaneously providing a platform for early and mid-career movement artists to facilitate classes and present work to a new audience.

Mini Movement Fest is a one-day long dance festival, organized by Agora Artists, that includes four movement workshops and an evening concert. The workshops are led by both local and visiting festival artists and open to participants of all experience levels high school age and older. The evening concert features a variety of dance-based performance and multimedia works presented by the festival artists.

Prior to the concert, guests can enjoy drinks and art at the garden, to view and shop works by local artists and vendors. The festival will conclude with music and mingling post-performance. Festival artists include Brandon Gonzalez (Austin), Jennifer Mabus (Houston), and Angelica Monteiro (Austin).

The festival aims to bring artists based throughout Texas to Oak Cliff in order to present fresh perspectives to the Oak Cliff community, simultaneously providing a platform for early and mid-career movement artists to facilitate classes and present work to a new audience.

WHEN

WHERE

Arts Mission Oak Cliff
410 S. Windomere Ave.
Dallas, TX 75208
https://www.eventbrite.com/notavailable

TICKET INFO

$10-$20
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