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THE JOINT PROJECT
Guest curated by Arturo Miles
Performances: 8PM Thursday-Sunday, September 19-22, 2013
Tickets: Thursday, September 19 | Sliding Scale
Friday-Sunday, September 20-22 | $12 advance, student, senior | $15 door
The Joint Project was conceived by Amy Sackett in an effort to push Twin Cities hip-hop artists to the next level. The Joint Project is a collision of artists that normally do not work together taking risks and collaborating to create new work, pushing hip-hop in a new and innovative direction. Step outside the box to see the next level of dance performance that Twin Cities hip-hop artists have created! This year The Joint Project is guest curated by Arturo Miles.
Emily Downes/ Antion Daniels
Arturo Miles/ Mark Andrew
Maddie Howie/ B-Boy Seqal
Herbert Johnson/ MonaLisa/Ashley Selmer/Mimi Solis
Meta Def/ Dichotomy
Ozzy Dris/ Stepchild
Get a sneak peek from this year's performance!
Check out the video from last year's performance!
*Pre-sold tickets are available for pick-up through will call at Intermedia Arts on each performance evening. If tickets are not claimed 15 minutes after the scheduled start time of the performance, the unclaimed tickets may be released to a waiting list.
ABOUT ARTURO MILES
Originally from Mexico City Arturo began dancing in Minneapolis in the late 90's. He specializes in Hip-Hop, House, Modern and Waacking dance. He is an original member of Collective Hip-Hop Dance Company, and teaches Hip-Hop and House Dance for the Zenon Dance Company and School. Currently a curator at Patrick's Cabaret and producing work that falls under experimental theater, themed variety shows, and short film. His work has been shown at The Southern Theater, Bryant Lake Bowl, Intermedia Arts and The Varsity Theater. He has lent his talents throughout the years with Deborah Jinza Thayer, Penelope Freeh, B-Boy J-Sun, The Lovemelts and Three Dances Company. Arturo is super excited and honored to be guest curating the Joint Project!
This activity is made possible in part by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund and by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.