about the Event: 18 August 2007, 9 p.m.-1 a.m. It’s back! Project MUM, a unique and unforgettable open-air dance party, could only take place in Somerville, a city known for its innovative use of art space. This year's event pays tribute to the glorious 1970s and features four hours of music spun by DJs flack, Axel Foley and pace, with lighting by Todd Sargent/VDA Productions that provide the perfect backdrop for your fabulous dance moves. Eye-popping video and light sculptures will include a psychedelic slideshow flashback featuring your own authentic 70s photos. Special guest video artist jackbackrack and celebrity dance stages organized by Alissa Cardone of Kinodance Company, an internationally known intermedia performance and dance troupe based in Somerville.
CALL FOR PHOTOS:
If you were stylin’ in the 70s and have the pix to prove it, send them in. Photos will be made into a psychedelic slide show projected the night of MUM and may used on the ARTSomerville website and press.
Digital images at least 4”x6” 300 dpi should be emailed to: email@example.com
HISTORY: On 25 August 2006, hundreds of people gathered for the first Project MUM, a unique outdoor dance event under McGrath Highway. A fundraiser for 5 local Somerville arts organizations, MUM06 featured music by DJ Brother Cleve and spectacular lighting (and mirror ball) courtesy of Todd Sargent and the crew at VDA Productions. Did you know the proper name for a disco ball is a mirror ball as they existed long before the advent of disco? The world’s largest mirror ball is in Glasgow, Scotland.
DIRECTIONS: The space under McGrath at the intersection of Washington Street in Somerville, MA