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Public art bike tour to In Motion, In Place

Enjoy a Museum Without Walls bike tour followeartd by free dance performances

Date

September 28, 2019


Time

12:15pm - 2:45pm


Location

Iroquois Sculpture
552 N. 24th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103


Join Fairmount Park Conservancy and the Association for Public Art for a free and fun bike tour of public art in Fairmount Park on the way to see In Motion, In Place: Trisha Brown Dance Company in Fairmount Park

DATE AND TIME: Saturday, September 28 at 12:15pm (Rain date is Sunday, September 29)

MEETING LOCATION: Participants will meet by the Iroquois sculpture by the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The sculpture is located at 552 N. 24th Street, Philadelphia PA 19130.

WHAT TO EXPECT ON THE RIDE: The Association for Public Art will lead the bike ride and  share interesting facts about the sculptures along the way. Please note that there will be a few hills along the ride.

The bike ride will first stop at Mount Pleasant Mansion for the 1pm performance of Foray Forêt. Following the performance, the ride will continue to the Discovery Center for the 2:15pm performance of Raft Piece. The ride will end at the Discovery Center.

Reserve your free spot on the bike ride here. Two tickets per order. Your reservation will automatically reserve your free tickets to the two performances.

**Once registered, please check your email prior to the ride for weather updates. Please contact mromero@myphillypark.org to let us know if you can no longer attend!**

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ABOUT IN MOTION, IN PLACE

A park in motion. Whether active or at rest, our bodies and our movement enliven our interactions with Fairmount Park. In Motion, In Place captures and transforms this relationship with a series of inspiring performances in some of the park’s most beautiful settings.The roofs around Logan Circle, the grounds of an historic mansion, and the newly opened Discovery Center host three free works by groundbreaking artist Trisha Brown that will change the way you think about Philadelphia’s favorite outdoor spaces. Learn more.