Art: 44 at the Contemporary Arts Center

Downtown's Contemporary Arts Center’s 44 series is taking on new, complex energy. Saturday, music and dance will swell beneath Tara Donovan’s lobby installation from 4-6 p.m. Romance of Young Tigers from Dayton will drive music to the furthest edge of it

Downtown's Contemporary Arts Center’s 44 series is taking on new, complex energy under the supervision of Isaac Hand and Kenneth Wright. Hand brings along his contacts with the musicians and artisans he knew while running the alternative venue Murmur in South Fairmount. Saturday, music and dance will swell beneath Tara Donovan’s lobby installation from 4-6 p.m. Romance of Young Tigers from Dayton will drive music to the furthest edge of its abstract potential, building vibrations into soundscapes in collaboration with %u2206, a solo performer who brings a sincere, authentic edge to the Ambient Noise genre. The CAC’s own assistant curator Justine Ludwig will be responding to the musical performances with dance movements, joined by Ethan Philbrick (a veteran 44 participant) and Julianna Bloodgood. As always, the 44 series is free and open to the public. Get venue details and find nearby bars and restaurants here.

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