“Making Climate Change Visible” Open Exhibition with Performance by RJDT - May 2

Ruby Josephine Dance Theater (RJDT) has been commissioned to create a durational performance reacting to and dancing within local textile artist Carolyn Halliday’s work. Halliday’s current exhibition titled “Making Climate Change Visible” is on display at the Kolman and Reeb Gallery where RJDT will perform on May 2 as a part of the Northrup King Building’s Open Thursdays.

This performance is an improv score about the beauty that can be contrastingly present within and despite destruction. Created by artistic director Ruby Josephine Smith in collaboration with the dancers, Kendall Kramer and Colin Myles Edwards (Bzychln), this cycling duet will weave around Halliday’s large woven sculptures in the gallery space and react to live music played by local cellist Rosa Vieirra Thompson.

Thursday, May 2
Performance from 6:00-6:30pm with an artist talk to follow at 7:15pm.
Free event.

More information about the exhibition.

Location Info

Kolman and Reeb Gallery in Northrup King Building
1500 Jackson Street NE
Studio 395
Minneapolis, MN 55413


Contact Info

Ruby Josephine Smith