Arts & Above

Workshop // 12 - 1:30 pm

Experience 3.0 // 5:30 - 9 pm

Free with First Night Button

Appropriate for All Ages

Where the Wild Things Move

12:00-1:30 // Public House

Led by Kate and Bruno of Arts & Above, this family friendly movement workshop uses props to build alertness, open minds, recreate spaces, and overcome obstacles. Ideal for all ages ranging 8-108. No experience necessary.

Experience 3.0

5:30-9:00 // Masonic Lodge (Above Public House)

Say goodbye to the last sunset of the year with Kate and Bruno, plus guest artists, as they welcome the new year through dance, music, visual installations, poetry, and more!

Hannah Dahl

Hannah Dahl was born in China but raised in the United States. By blending improvisation and choreography as tools to merge her two identities: her Chinese heritage and American culture, she explores the rocky terrain of racial isolation and finding a sense of belonging here in Montana. The movement is inspired by the feelings of insecurity as well as pride as a young woman of color living in a rather ethnically homogeneous area. Having come from very highly populated cities with more diversity (Los Angeles and the Bay Area, California), she continuously finds herself surprised, fearful, inspired, dejected, caught off guard, overly aware, and overjoyed by the differences of life in a small town like Missoula. This work is an unfinished excerpt towards what could be the beginning of a deeper exploration of identity, minorities in America, and the world we inhabit.

Kasper The Saint

KasperTheSaint formally known as Joshua Horton, a YoungArts, Ballet Beyond Borders, Vibe award winning cultural creative born out of the streets of Los Angeles studied at the Debbie Allen Dance Academy. Later establishing his clothing brand “Gear for the Greatest” while growing his musical career and motivating the youth through realistic art in different forms. His album “NUMB” releases on all platforms January 1st.

natalita

natalita is a multi- media artist; manipulating sound, body, and imagery to tell the stories of terrain and ritual. Her work is rooted in improvisation, meditation, experimentation and collaboration.