dance anywhere® is a San Francisco based annual, participatory, public art project created by artist Beth Fein in 2005. This exhibition is a small sampling of local dancers and photographers selected from the hundreds of photographs submitted during the first 10 years – collected from 7 continents, over 65 countries and more than 650 cities. On March 10th will be a special video screening and expanded photo slide show. Come share your story about dance anywhere or about site specific performance.
Dancers, students, seniors, artists, business people and dreamers alike step out of their daily routine and unleash their inner dancer in museums, parks, sidewalks, office buildings, schools anywhere their dancing bodies will fit. Every year thousands of people from San Francisco to Istanbul, Buenos Aires, Estonia, and around the world participate.
On March 27, 2015, dance anywhere® will celebrate the 10th anniversary and invites you to join in: as dancers come together with family members, friends, colleagues or strangers on the street. Wherever you are, at work, at the post office, on Muni or BART, walking in the park or just looking at the view, you are encouraged to stop and dance. The magic happens because anyone, anywhere in the world can jump in and be a part of dance anywhere® – a combination public art and community activism.
dance anywhere® videos from around the world will be on view during the reception on March 10th from 5:30 – 8 pm or online at danceanywhere.org