An abbreviated performance... for the little lambs.
Don't miss DKDC's annual performance of Messiah. "Moving audiences for over 25 years, blurring lines between classical and current, sacred and down to earth."
Admission to the show is DIY - Pay What You Can. A portion of the proceeds benefit dancers at Urban Youth Impact.
DKDC/DIY Projects has teamed up with the Downtown Development Authority and members of the community to present an event like no other! There will be dancing, live music, and more.
$5 donation at the door to benefit Art Synergy—A Florida not for profit arts organization.
7x7 is a site-specific piece composed of seven dances, seven minutes each, in seven spaces chosen by seven choreographers. Created within the walls of historic Memorial Presbyterian Church, these dances are sure to be exciting and unique.
Music by David Brazzeal
Curated by Kori Epps
Pay what you can.
Memorial Presbyterian Church
1300 S Olive Ave
West Palm Beach, FL
Join us for the premiere of Still Somehow, a new work by the Demetrius Klein Dance Company set to the music of Joni Mitchell performed live.
Pay what you can.
The Great Big Room
at Memorial Presbyterian Church
1300 S. Olive Ave
West Palm Beach, FL
DKDC will again be teaming up with the WPB Downtown Development Authority's Office of Public Life to bring attention to crosswalks and pedestrian safety on Clematis Street. Keep an eye out for us on Thursday, July 14, between 7:00pm and 8:00pm.
DKDC is teaming up with the WPB Downtown Development Authority's Office of Public Life to bring attention to a few problem crosswalks on Clematis Street. Keep an eye out for us on Tuesday, June 21, between 11:30 and 1:30.
Admission to the show is free, but donations will be gratefully accepted. All monies received help the Church’s sponsorship of a young and talented music student, who otherwise could not afford to continue lessons.
he Kravis Center proudly presents the third season of The Dancers' Space. TDS continues to offer a variety of dance programs for South Florida audiences and artists, including weekly modern technique classes, choreography labs for emerging or professional creative artists, and informal and formal performances with post-show discussions. TDS classes take place in the Khoury Family Dance Rehearsal Hall in the Cohen Pavillion and are taught by a rotating roster of directors and professional guest artists.
ELBOW, the new work choreographed by Demetrius Klein in collaboration with the company’s other nine dancers will be shown in the beautiful space affectionately called the Great Big Room at Memorial Presbyterian Church. The dancers will not be alone. They will dance surrounded by the prints of internationally celebrated artist Sadao Watanabe. His prints are iconic to the Japanese folk art movement of the 50’s and 60’s. They have graced the walls of the Vatican Museum, the British Museum, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo and the White House. Now they are displayed right here in West Palm Beach! Don’t miss the chance to see the work of these two acclaimed artists: Klein and Watanabe colliding for two nights only.
The North entrance doors will open at 7pm for art viewing and the dance performance will begin at 8pm. Tickets are $20, and $10 for students and seniors. Call 561-758-8726 to make reservations.
Memorial Presbyterian Church is located at 1300 S. Olive Avenue in West Palm Beach. The Watanabe exhibition continues throughout the month of December and is free of charge. The hours are weekdays 9am to 4pm and Sundays 9am to noon. Call 561-832-3631 for more information.
CANVAS LOCAL SHOWDOWN
NOVEMBER 13 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
432 25th St
West Palm Beach, 33407
Presented by Northwood Village in Collaboration with CANVAS Outdoor Museum Show – West Palm Beach
Seven local artists will be painting murals in competition for a coveted position on the official 2016 CANVAS lineup! Attendees will be able to vote for their favorite CANVAS Local Showdown mural on the CANVAS Art App, and the winner will be announced that evening at the Cocktail Reception at ArtHouse429, directly across the street from the event.
This event is made possible though the support of the West Palm Beach Community Redevelopment Agency.