If you are an active member of the Downtown community you’ve probably noticed the plastic bag installation growing across the entrance of Oppenstein Park, located at 12th and Walnut.
This Thursday, September 3rd in Oppenstein Park at 11:30 am, Art in the Loop presents a choreographed performance by Cat Mahari, Joshie G Falcon and Frank Monki Pham: Insta-bility. This dance performance will center on exploring personal identity, and the societal relationship held between ourselves and the environment. This piece will be informed and shaped by Minh DuPha’s large scale canopy installation of the same name. They will be performing multiple sets at 11:45am, 12:30pm, and 1pm.
Cat Mahari is a professional movement artist, a current artist resident at Charlotte Street Foundation, and a recording artist. She recently performed at the TEDxYouth@StateLineRoad:
Frank Pham is a professional dancer, aspiring dance therapist, and part of the dance group, “Boogie Munstars Family” founded here in Kansas City.
Art in the Loop
This performance is part of the 2015 Art in the Loop Project. Visit www.artintheloop.com to learn about additional performances and our temporary installations. Check our social media outlets for regular updates, Facebook.com/ArtintheLoop and @ArtintheLoop.
The 2015 Art in the Loop project is presented with the support of the City of Kansas City, Missouri, the Missouri Arts Council – a state agency, ArtsKC, the Downtown Council of Kansas City and our generous corporate sponsors.