SIXTH ANNUAL CONCEPTUAL ART PIECE dance anywhere® SET FOR MARCH 26, 2010
THOUSANDS WORLDWIDE TO DANCE SIMULTANEOUSLY AT NOON (PDT)
UNITING TIME ZONES AND PEOPLE IN DANCE
San Francisco, March 19, 2010 – On March 26, 2010, dancers worldwide will come together simultaneously in dance to celebrate the universal importance and joy of movement. In its sixth year, this conceptual event will take place on Friday, March 26, 2010 at noon Pacific Daylight Time (PDT), 3pm EDT (New York, etc) 8pm in Paris, Rome, etc.
Artist and dance anywhere® originator Beth Fein says, “This conceptual public art is an open invitation to all: to stop and dance wherever they will be at noon on March 26th in , New York, Paris, Rome and other cities. dance anywhere® is a public art project and free to all participants.
Since 2005, dance anywhere® has had hundreds of performers participate on the streets, bridges, in schools etc. dance anywhere® integrates art into everyday and exposes unsuspecting audiences to dance. The project also transforms perceptions of where and how art can occur, demonstrating that art does not need to be exhibited in a gallery, and dance does not need to be performed on a stage. It brings everyone's awareness to the space they are in: the street, the office, the library, the grocery store or park. Anyone is encouraged to participate, and the project involves people of all ages, abilities, nationalities, and backgrounds.
For more information about participating in dance anywhere® on March 26, 2010 please go to:
For more information about the event or photo requests, contact Jennifer Roy at email@example.com
Bay Area locations for 2010 include:
Berkeley Art Museum
Dancers from across the United States from Hawaii, California, Colorada, Mississippi, to Chicago, NY and Pennsylvania (partial list) and around the world including: Argentina, Chile, Sweden, Switzerland, Estonia, Italy, France, Spain, Turkey, England, Ireland, Austalia, New Zealand, and Guinea have all been a part of dance anywhere®.
WHAT: dance anywhere®, a participatory global public artwork—anyone who wants to dance can participate, or as audience, shoot photos or video.
WHEN: Friday, March 26, 2010, at noon in San Francisco
WHERE: Various locations throughout the Bay Area and world
INFORMATION: danceanywhere .com