@Galatea Fine Arts presents teXtmoVes (Karen Klein and collaborators) and Jessie Jeanne & Dancers (with Sarah Anne Stinnett) in an afternoon closing reception and performance. Works performed in the gallery space will incorporate dance, movement, poetry, and spoken word. All three rooms of the gallery will be filled with art, so there will be plenty for folks to come and see! Light refreshments will be served.
Where: Galatea Fine Arts, 460 Harrison Avenue,
LIVE IN PERFORMANCE JESSIE JEANNE & DANCERS New work, new dancers, and fresh ideas. Catch us this spring in Boston and NYC. Galatea Fine Arts presents Jessie Jeanne & Dancers and teXtmoVes (Karen Klein and collaborators) in an afternoon closing reception and performance. Works performed in the gallery space will integrate movement, poetry, and spoken word. All three rooms of the gallery will be filled with art, so there will be plenty for folks to see! Light refreshments will
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