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“Dance on the Edge” Brings a New Beat to Mission Federal ArtWalk 2012
Acclaimed Choreographer and Artistic Director of The PGK Dance Project, Peter Kalivas has an ambitious series of weekend-long dance performances planned for attendees of this year’s fine art festival
The growing performance line-up includes: Argentine Tango Concepts, InnerVision Dance Company, Brown Paper Bag Dance Company, The California Ballet Youth Company, Lesa G. Williams, Cathie Lucas & the Tribal women of Seria Star, Minerva Tapia Center Stage School of Dance, Natasha Ridley & Dancers, City Ballet of San Diego Choreographers, Opus Mixtus Post Jazz, Coronado School of the Arts Dance Company, The PGK Dance Project , The Defiance Project, San Diego DanceWorks, Flamenco Arana, Southern California Ballet, Helix High School, Alias Movement, Divya Devaguptapu, Valentina Kouznetzov and more.
“Attendees will witness and experience a wonderful, qualitative display of both the variety and diversity of dance San Diego in San Diego ” said Peter Kalivas, Artistic Director of The PGK Dance Project. “With the rising awareness to dance of many styles nationwide, it makes sense to maintain a platform like this that supports our local artists here in San Diego. We’re seeing a growing interest in dance from audiences, and we are thankful to Mission Federal ArtWalk for providing us with this brand new venue to celebrate local talent.”
“Dance on the Edge” was inspired by The PGK Dance Project’s participation and association with the “Celebrate Dance Festival” produced by Eveoke Dance Theater which successfully took place in Balboa Park for 14 years. With enthusiasm for the concept, it is expected that the “Dance on the Edge” program will serve as a new regional asset to the dance community. San Diego-based, The PGK Dance Project is a critically-acclaimed, award-winning contemporary repertory dance company of its own originally founded in Munich, Germany. The organization’
In its 28th year, Mission Federal ArtWalk continues to celebrate all original forms of art including painting, sculpture, dance, theatre and more. The outdoor fine art festival is known as a place where locals and visitors to San Diego alike can discover their inner artists with interactive art activities and a special area for families called KidsWalk. The festival fills approximately 17 blocks (closed off to vehicle access) in the walkable Little Italy community, located in downtown San Diego with fantastic views of the bay.
About Mission Federal ArtWalk
In its 28th year, Mission Federal ArtWalk brings more than 350 artists, dozens of musical performances, more than 120,000 spectators, and art buyers to enjoy 17 blocks full of art on display and available for purchase. The two-day fine art festival is well-known for bringing together all facets of the arts, while promoting the opportunity for individuals to fall in love with original pieces of art. Mission Federal ArtWalk is held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. with a packed schedule of opportunities for individuals and families to engage in, create and purchase art. This free event features thousands of pieces of artwork created by artists from California, neighboring states, and Mexico. All must be accepted into the event to ensure attendees experience a range of fine visual and performing art including painting, sculpture, glasswork, photography, select jewelry, and other artisan work. For more information, visit www.missionfederalartwalk.org, Twitter: @ArtWalkSD, or Facebook: ArtWalkSD.