THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14 / 11 AM – 9 PM

Special Events

Special Performance: Ruptures as interpreted by Ballet Des Moines' Artistic Director, Serkan Usta

6/23/2017

Original music composed by Lindsay Keast

*Reservations required

Ballet Des Moines and the Art Center have embarked on a moving collaboration of dance and visual art. The works that comprise Ruptures are rife with emotion and physicality, qualities fundamental to dance.

Four vignettes choreographed by Serkan Usta draw inspiration from work in the show, “showing what one thinks and feels without words.”

Performances will take place in the museum followed by a time for dialogue with Art Center and Ballet Des Moines staff during a wine reception in the lobby of the Art Center.

First performance

Performance at 5:30 pm / Reception 6 – 7 pm

Make Reservations

second performance

Performance at 8 pm / Reception 8:30 – 9:30 pm

Make Reservations

Location Information:
Des Moines Art Center
4700 Grand Avenue
Des Moines, IA 50312

2017-06-23 00:00:00 2017-06-23 00:00:00 America/Chicago Special Performance: Ruptures as interpreted by Ballet Des Moines' Artistic Director, Serkan Usta Original music composed by Lindsay Keast *Reservations required Ballet Des Moines and the Art Center have embarked on a moving collaboration of dance and visual art. The works that comprise  Ruptures  are rife with emotion and physicality, qualities fundamental to dance. Four vignettes choreographed by Serkan Usta draw inspiration from work in the show, “showing what one thinks and feels without words.” Performances will take place in the museum followed by a time for dialogue with Art Center and Ballet Des Moines staff during a wine reception in the lobby of the Art Center. First performance Performance at 5:30 pm / Reception 6 – 7 pm Make Reservations second performance Performance at 8 pm / Reception 8:30 – 9:30 pm Make Reservations Des Moines Art Center 4700 Grand Avenue Des Moines, IA 50312

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