Dance Theatre of Harlem: Artistic Encounter at the Hood
Performance
Dance Theatre of Harlem

Artistic Encounter at the Hood

in conjunction with the "Drawing Lines" exhibit
July 28, 2022

What does it mean to draw a line? Explore perspectives from dancers and visual artists.

22/23 Hop Presents

A visit to the Hood museum's Drawing Lines exhibit during the company's summer residency at the Hop inspired this immersive, curated experience. Featuring a wide range of artists including Brenda Garand, Heather McGill and Julie Mehretu, the exhibit explores the expansive potential of drawing a line, whether it's to create divisions and boundaries or to generate space. Four DTH dancers head over to the exhibit hall to perform their interpretation of drawing a line.

Generously supported by the Nathan W. Pearson 1932 and Sons Fund and the Arthur J. 1903 and Nellie Z. Cohen Fund.

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Hood Museum of Art
6 E Wheelock St,
Hanover, NH 03755

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