Join us October 26 and 27 at the Calgary Central Library for the inaugural performance of the Walking Pattern, a moving meditation.
October 26-27, 2019
12:00 – 4:00 p.m.
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FLUID FEST invites local artists to animate the Central Library with intriguing and surprising site specific pop-up physical performances. Produced with the partnership of Calgary Public Library. A free, family-friendly event.
Share what moved you!
If you had a chance to experience the Walking Pattern, we invite you to share with us what moved you, either in written form, or by uploading videos or pictures you took at the event.
What is the Walking Pattern?
LOOKING TO LISTEN
The Walking Pattern is a movement method
that creates and opens up a world for conversation and expression.
Witness the art and grace of improv dancers who choreograph and play with structured movement in response to messages fed to them by public participants.
On the surface, the Walking Pattern is art, beauty, and dance that enriches the space around it. At its core, the Walking Pattern exists to give expression to emotions and messages from the hearts of the audience that views it.
It has been used to:
– express joy and play,
– facilitate mediation and conflict resolution,
– as therapy for grief,
– and as a means to allow people to be heard, affirmed, and valued.
Come play with us and experience this one-of-a-kind interactive art for yourself.