Ally Is Now Open At The Fabric Workshop And Museum

This multifaceted exhibition uses performance, installations, video and sculpture to bridge the gap between art and dance.

Known for unexpected, experimental displays, the Fabric Workshop and Museum’s newest exhibit doesn’t disappoint.

Ally uses performance, installations, video and sculpture to explore new possibilities at the intersection of art and dance.

Ally is made up of four separate projects, each of which occupy a floor of the Fabric Workshop Museum until the exhibit closes on Sunday, July 31.

While Swallow, an audio-visual installation, will be on display for the duration of the exhibition, performance pieces Rope Dance, The Courtesan and the Crone and Paper Dance will take place at scheduled times. Admission is free but space is limited. Check the online calendar for details.

This visionary piece is a collaboration between artist Janine Antoni, choreographer Stephen Petronio and movement artist Anna Halprin. Their styles and disciplines weave together, creating a new experience for spectators. You won’t want to miss it.

Plus, admission to the Fabric Workshop and Museum is always free!

Ally at the Fabric Workshop and Museum

When:Through July 31



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