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Neighborhood Nights Block Party: Cosmic Cycle

August 9, 2018 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT

FREE. Does not include museum admission.

Everyone’s invited to the Gardner for Neighborhood Nights, a series of fun and free interactive evenings for you and your family. Enjoy music, performance, food trucks, cash bar, gallery games, and hands-on creative experimentation inside the Museum and out.

PROGRAM FOR THE EVENING

Evans Way Park // 5-9 pm
Fun flows from the Museum into Evans Way Park for an interactive evening featuring Intervention: Ocean Blues by Laura Anderson Barbata with the Brooklyn Jumbies stilt dancers in oceanic, bioluminescent, sculptural wearables. Choreographer Marsha Parrilla will lead a Dances of Resistance workshop exploring the power of movement to challenge the status quo, create new paradigms, and uplift the spirit. Listen to Afro-Caribbean percussion by Tempo International Rhythm Section. Enjoy roller skaters from Chez-Vous Roller Rink, interactive demos from Xtreme Ninja Martial Arts, metalsmithing projects from Metalwerx, the Boston Public Library’s Bibliocycle, lawn games, art-making, music, tabling from local organizations. The Jamaica Mi Hungry food truck and ice cream trucks will be available for visitors to get a bite to eat.

Inside the Museum // 5-9 pm
Join artist Silvia López Chavez in the Bertucci Education Studio, songwriter and violinist Josh Knowles’s single release celebration in Calderwood Hall, a stone-carving demo in the Jordan Garden with David Baird of Metalwerx, rune readings in the Tapestry Room with healer Luana Morales, music, and games throughout the galleries.

Details

Date:
August 9, 2018
Time:
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
FREE. Does not include museum admission.
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Website:
https://www.gardnermuseum.org/calendar/event/neighborhood-nights-block-party-20180809

Venue

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
25 Evans Way
Boston, 02115 United States
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Phone:
6175661401
Website:
https://www.gardnermuseum.org/