We are partnering with Whoop Dee Doo in a performance for all ages at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, November 4th and 5th, 2017 from 11am to 4pm.
Up to two adults can get free admission if accompanied by an individual 18 or younger. (Individuals 18 and younger always get free admission to the SF MOMA.)
The performance includes traditional dances presented in a modern and halloween-themed performance. Local youth groups and local performers make this a one-of-a-kind show that we are thrilled to be a part of. Inspiring children and teens to explore culture and art through Norwegian dance is a core element of our primary mission. Sign up to learn about our children’s workshops and special events.
Whoop Dee Doo was established in 2006 and comprising the artist duo Matt Roche and Jaimie Warren, is a 2016–17 Franklin Furnace Grant recipient (New York), and is a featured artist project on the PBS Art21 series New York Close Up. Whoop Dee Doo has created over thirty large-scale commissioned projects for organizations including the Smart Museum (Chicago), Loyal Gallery (Sweden), POP Montreal with DHC/ART Education Department, the San Francisco Art Institute, The Contemporary (Baltimore), and others. Whoop Dee Doo completed an artist fellowship with Abrons Arts Center (New York) in 2015, as well as a six-month project series as a 2016 artist-in-residence at the High Line (New York).