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Dance at the danceDanceDANCE! event on May 2. Also, dance

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Dance at the danceDanceDANCE! event on May 2. Also, dance

Photo: Jonathan Phillips Vivian Clifton performs on one of numerous stages during the AJC Decatur Book Festival on Saturday, August 30, 2014. The ninth annual event saw tens of thousands of people come out to the downtown Decatur area to meet with world-class authors, illustrators, editors, publishers, booksellers, and artists for a weekend filled with literature, music, food, art, and fun.
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The Zoetic Dance Ensemble will be holding a danceDanceDANCE event on Saturday, May 2, from 5 pm to 10 pm.

The event will be held along East Howard Avenue between Trinity Avenue and the Ice House Lofts.

According to the city’s Decatur Minute blog, the event is a “free, participatory dance experience.”

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At DDD! participants will be immersed in models of artist micro-housing, pop up stages, film projections and dancing in the streets. 310 East Howard Avenue will be transformed into a theater for live performance.  Artist Retail booths, curated by Root City Market, will be set up in ColorWheel at the east end of the street.

Highlights:

  • Dance Performances by Zoetic Dance Ensemble, Decatur City Dance, Core Performance, Dance Brasil and many more
  • Pop up Artist retail by Root City Market
  • A life size model of an artist micro house
  • Food & Drink from local restaurants
  • Opportunities for you to dance!

This event is designed to launch a larger conversation around creating the Decatur EcoArts District. The goal of the district is to build inclusive communities by shaping neighborhood redevelopment so that it is environmentally sustainable with built in opportunities for creative expression.

 

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