Mini Movement Fest 2022


Sat Aug 06 2022 at 10:00 am to 10:00 pm


Arts Mission Oak Cliff | Dallas, TX

Mini Movement Fest (MMF) is a one-day long dance festival at Arts Mission Oak Cliff, organized by Agora Artists.
About this Event

MMF includes four (4) movement workshops and an evening concert. The workshops are led by both local and visiting Festival Artists and open to participants of all experience levels high school age and older. This year Agora Artists is happy to provide a lunch by CAVA to participants. Lunch is included in the MMF Pass and will be available for purchase day of!

For the second half of the day, patrons are invited for drinks and art in the garden. The evening concert begins at 8pm and features a variety of dance-based performance presented by the Festival Artists. The festival will conclude with music and mingling post-performance.

MMF 2022 Festival Artists include Alexandra Hernandez (Dallas, TX), Cami Holman (Dallas, TX), and Kelsey Oliver (Austin, TX).

All participants, staff, and artists are required to follow COVID-safety regulations determined by Agora Artists and Arts Mission Oak Cliff.

  • Agree to COVID Liability form, for review during checkout
  • Patrons may were a mask at their own discretion
  • If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or feel ill, please do not come (we will miss you, but MMF will be back next year!)
  • Agora Artists is requiring a negative COVID tests from each Festival Artist before the festivities begin


Workshops: $5 per workshop | $20 MMF Pass -- all 4 workshops + lunch

MMF Concert: Free*

walk ups welcomed!

Day Schedule:

9:30am: Doors Open

10am-5:30pm: Workshops (schedule below!)

7pm: MMF Concert

9pm: Post-Show Music ?and Mingling ?‍♀️

Workshop Schedule:

10-11:30AM: MOVES w/ Agora Artists, Avery-Jai & Lauren

Gentle moves, big moves, small moves, fast moves. We'll get you ready and warm to take on the day!

11:45AM-1:15PM: Momentum + Floorwork Kelsey

Dancers will find their inner squirrel as the class:

- Breaks down techniques of entering, leaving, and partnering with the floor

- Experiments with moves of momentum having to do with circularity, spirals, and flight

- Explores finding center of gravity through inversions and obscure alignments

1:15-2:15PM : Brown Bag with Festival Artists

2:15-3:45PM: Re-Embodying Modern Forms w/ Cami

This class will explore elements of Horton technique via Bartenieff Fundamental principles. Participants will engage with Horton based movements with the verbal cueing of Bartenieff Fundamentals in order to re-embody the concepts of both forms by bringing them into conversation with one another. (and some floorwork too!)

4-5:30PM: ¡PRESENTE! w/ Alexandra

Presente in Spanish literally means here but is also used in Latin American activism work to hold in memory those who are not no longer here physically but are present in spirit and in the work that is being done.

This performance art workshop focuses on finding the stories that our bodies already hold and how to present that through movement/dance in relation to music and sound, to other performers and our audience. This workshop is meant to explore performance, presence and trusting that our bodies and natural movement is all we need to tell a story.

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*Agora Artists Ticketing Philosophy: RSVP to save your seat, no payment upfront – let us know you’re coming!

We realize revenue from ticket sales doesn’t bring in the big bucks and often is a barrier of entry for community members. Instead of paying for a ticket, we invite you to save your seat and come to the show…and while you’re there make a donation! We’re calling it pay-what-you-can-if-you-can. If it’s helpful, you can think of the price you would’ve paid for a ticket to see the show, or you can think about the cost of paying an arts worker – for example, each choreographer stipend is $500.

Our goal is to empower audiences to support in whatever way they can. Whether its showing up, donating or both! This approach broadens the scope of a patron’s financial impact. Pulling emphasis away from the presentation of art, it prompts audiences to consider the full scope of an artist’s experience–the classes, rehearsals, production meetings, and beyond. Constantly guided by questions and seeking feedback, we are excited to see the impact of this change on our audience. We’re curious… what happens when audience members are given the agency to determine the value of their experience and how they exercise that value???

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Where is it happening?

Arts Mission Oak Cliff, 410 South Windomere Avenue, Dallas, United States

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USD 0.00 to USD 20.00

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