First Thursday: Modes of Transportation + Dance in Schools
June 05, 2018
2018 MFA graduates Alicia DeMellier's and Katy Mitchell's capstone exhibitions "Dance Kit: A Guide to K-12 Incorporation of Dance" and "Knowing Doing: Value Alignment in Transportation Choices" enter wicked problems of education for physical literacy and urban planning through often overlooked boundary objects: dance and parking. Both installations are elegant in execution and participatory in nature. That is, they're thought provoking and fun. 2nd Floor Design Corridor.
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