In conjunction with the Henry James and American Painting exhibition, the Gardner Museum presents an evening of dance centered on the idea of migration. The performance pays homage to James’s identity and writing, informed in large part by his time as an expat. Working with bodies in motion, choreographers will address a range of topics, including cultural and political refugees, voluntary and involuntary exile, and gender transience.
Four world-premiere Gardner Museum commissions by:
- Richard Move
- Yury Yanowsky
- Jean Appolon Expressions
- Ida Saki
Special ticket prices are available for youth and students.