Sculpture Forest Re-imagined
Sculpture Forest comes alive with performances, movement and music.
August 6th & Tuesday, August 7th, 2018.
Sculpture Forest Re-imagined was a unique, walk-about experience featuring acclaimed contemporary dance company Throwdown Collective; cellist Bethany Houghton; coronet player Hugh Taylor; storytelling, psychedelic, blues/rock trio Dark is our Danger; Heritage Ballet dancers; and more.
Presented by DH3 (Dance Happens Here Haliburton) in collaboration with the Haliburton Sculpture Forest. DH3 is a part of the Haliburton County Community Co-operative
Throwdown Collective, Various Concert
Zhenya Cerneacov, Brodie Stevenson
and Mairéad Filgate
photo credit: SVPhotography.ca
“It’s a different way of experiencing the Sculpture Forest.” said Sculpture Forest curator and DH3 committee member, Jim Blake. “It is fun, thought provoking and eye-opening to see how these incredible performing artists respond to, interpret, animate and amplify the Sculpture Forest. Throwdown Collective are well known to Haliburton through their performances in Dusk Dances Haliburton over the years. This year they have returned to the community as artists in residence in the Sculpture Forest. We posed the question: “What would happen if the Sculpture Forest came alive with movement and music?” Throwdown Collective are working with local artists to explore that question and to co-create The Sculpture Forest Re-imagined.
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Re-Imagined Part One:
Re-Imagined Part Two: