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‘Make a Movement’ Community Performance Art Project on Climate Change

Written on:October 29, 2017
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On a bright sunny Saturday afternoon with the Annual Downrigging weekend as a backdrop, Wheelbarrow Productions, lead by Hope Clark, presented a Community Performance Art project, “Make a Movement” in Chestertown’s Wilmer Park on October 28, 2017.

The Community was invited to witness and participate in the performance art event about heat trapping gases and the effects of global warming on our planet wearing the color red. One of the colors of the sun. Followed by performances from the Kent County High School Dance and Theatre students.

Photo by SG Atkinson: A huge parachute was used to represent the earth.
A huge parachute was used to represent the earth.

Photo by SG Atkinson: Kent County High School Dance Class Interpretive Dance.
Kent County High School Dance Class Interpretive Dance.

Photo by SG Atkinson: KCHS Drama students with Climate Change, winter and summer as characters exchanging some very witty puns.
KCHS Drama students with Climate Change, winter and summer as characters exchanging some very witty puns.


Those who were adults in 1970 surround the Earth as Hope Clark talks about the development of the Environment Protection Agency (EPA).

It was an amazing interactive dance/theater/music piece on global warming!

More photos by SG Atkinson from the event can be seen on our Facebook page.

Photo by SG Atkinson: Those who were adults in 1970 surround the Earth as Hope Clark talks about the development of the Environment Protection Agency (EPA).

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