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|3rd Friday: Art that Moves|
|Date||Friday September 21|
|Time||5:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
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|705 Front Street Downtown Santa Cruz, CA 95060|
|stacey [at] santacruzmah.org|
|Address||705 Front Street Santa Cruz, CA 95060|
Art that Moves 3rd Friday
Run, cycle, dance, jump, skate or skip on down to the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History for a night of moving art.
Jump in for a night of tarp surfing, kite flying , capoeira with Raízes do Brasil, dancing sculptures with Jeff Caplan, running cartoon workshops with John Hofacre, photography light writing in the sculpture garden with Elizabeth Hibbard and massage trains led by Carol Colin. Take a line for a walk with the Scribbles Institute’s experimental drawing. Add onto a collaborative cloud mobile with Chris Younge from MakersFactory. Try out spin bikes from the Bike Dojo and race through the finish line with The Santa Cruz Triathlon as they celebrate their 30th
Raízes do Brasil Capoeira
Tai Chi with Wendy Ballen
Anniversary with us tonight by hosting a mini triathlon in our back patio. If you want to do the full olympic distance triathlon on Sunday September 23rd you can still register at their website. The more the merrier.
From 6:00-6:40PM and 7:30-8:10PM join Dani Kosmalski in our auditorium for a Yoga class or try out Tai Chi at 6:30 on the second floor lobby with Wendy Ballen.
Take a Cuban Style Salsa crash course with SalsaGente from 6:00PM-6:30PM in Abbott Square.
Tawn Kennedy from Green Ways to School will have his spin bike up for spin art making in the classroom. Derek Haynsworth will lead collaborative skateboard deck painting. Lisa Silas and Jonathan Ernest Chorn will hold ongoing classical figurative workshops drawing moving figures and demonstrating clay figure sculptures. Jennifer Kincaid‘s interactive six panel paintings, Interactorial, allows visitors to rearrange paintings to create millions of different combinations.
Make your move and come to the museum this 3rd Friday to dance, play and experiment with an array of moving art forms.
Thank you to the following event collaborators: Bike Dojo, Chris Yonge, Elizabeth Hibbard, Capitola Hobbies, Carol Colin, Dani Kosmalski, Tawn Kennedy, Green Ways to School, John Hofacre, Lisa Silas, Jennifer Kincaid, Jonathan Ernest Chorn, The Santa Cruz Triathlon, Scribbles Institute, MakersFactory, Rob and Kim Mylls, Wendy Ballen, The Tai Chi Natural Health Club, Raízes do Brasil, SalsaGente, Derek Haynsworth, Jeff Caplan, Louise Leong.