Spring 2017: April 28 - May 7

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Salsa In The Park at Ryles

Salsa In The Park at Ryles

MetaMovements and Salsa Sundays at Ryles unite to bring our Salsa In The Park (SITP) vibe indoors for our fundraiser, which will include Salsa and Rueda De Casino dance lessons by MetaMovements starting at 6:30pm followed by social dancing with DJ Rob Suave, live percussion instruments, a food buffet, and more!

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Art of Japanese Cuisine

Art of Japanese Cuisine

Participants will enjoy a tasting of 7 types of raw fish, prepared using various Japanese culinary techniques.Chef Masaki will explain some of the origins of the fish he chose, how to make some of the marinades as well as his thoughts around the presentation of a classic Japanese dish. Since Japanese cuisine emphasizes visual presentation as well as taste, the chef will speak about the artistry, history and principles of plating each course.

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EcoArt Workshop

EcoArt Workshop

Join us for an EcoArt Workshop at the Launch of Boston’s New Green Learning Center! We will make a sculpture of 1000 origami cranes that will help bring peace and good fortune to all who participate. The finished product will be showcased at Boston GreenFest, August 11 – 13. Other projects from recycled/earth materials will include egg carton art, plarn (plastic bag yarn) weaving and rock art.

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Improvize!

Improvize!

Join us for two hours of in-depth exploration concentrating on: contemporary fusion, character and emotional development, musicality, instrumentation, prop work, partnering and more!

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Stitched Into Memory

Stitched Into Memory

Celebrate the art and culture of West Africa and the Yoruba people! Stephen Hamilton, a Boston-based artist, will be leading an Adire dye demonstration as a part of his workshop with local students who are creating a large scale traditional Textile installation based on West African Weaving and Dyeing traditions. After the demonstration, there will be a time to speak with the artists and enjoy traditional West African music and food.

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