Thru March 22 –
An ongoing film festival installation at Tulsa’s Hardesty Arts Center, previewing films part of the 2015 Oklahoma Dance Film Festival, will continue through March 22. The project, a collection of short films that use dance to bring life and movement to the human experience, includes modern and contemporary styles. Throughout the rest of the scheduled exhibition, various films will be shown in a custom viewing theatre at Hardesty. For the remainder of February, enjoy earth and environment themed compositions, whose movements weave through nature and urban surroundings: The acclaimed Australian film GAIA will be screened, along with Afternoon of the Chimeras and Subway by Daniel Conrad, a Canadian artist. Beginning in March, audiences are offered dance of the humankind – films highlighting dances performed by “uniquely human” populations. On March 6, during the Brady Arts District’s First Friday Art Crawl, the exhibition will feature the film Darn Good Dancing. Voting is open throughout the exhibition for the “Best of the Fest.” Pick your favorite films, and find out at the end of March who’s on top. For more information, visit http://ahhatulsa.org/exhibitions/okdancefilmfest/.