Gwynn Falls/ Pataspco River/Chesapeake Bay
Ben Cardin Pavilion
Date and Time
June 20, 2015 at 4:00-5:00 PM
Emergence dance on May 1st 2015, Peace Day at Govans
& June 20, 2015, Global Water Day at the Woodlawn Studio (dance Alchamy)
History of Site and Related Water Issues
Gwynn Falls/ Leakin Park is part of the Pataspco River that empties into the Chesapeake Bay, one of the largest estuaries in the World. This is a beautiful urban park , second in size to Central park in New York City, designed by the Olmestead Brothers. It has an old mansion on the premises with an old water wheel that supplied water to the main house and surrounding orchards. Water quality is an issue as pollution has been a longstanding problem.
Live drumming Bells
6 dancers – representing dances from Peru, Afro-Caribbean, Japanese, and Nigeria. Plus original choreography by Dance Alchemy.
Directions to the Site of Performance
Leakin Park Baltimore, MD
How can I get involved?
We have a number of arts organization that will highlight this event: Nature Art in the Park Mt Mandara School of Yoga Patapsco Heritage Greenway Howard County School System Art and Effects
Other resources and links
Nature art in the Park—–Facebook