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Cleveland Museum of Art announces MIX: Move, featuring virtual dance tour through art galleries

Posted at 1:15 PM, Jan 27, 2021

CLEVELAND — Cleveland Museum of Art has announced a new MIX event featuring a virtual dance tour of the galleries and artist-created visuals to enjoy from the comfort of your home is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 5.

MIX: Move will feature a virtual dance tour led by movement and performance artist Marcia Custer, who will “aim to liberate, connect and re-energize everyone in the depths of winter,” the museum said.

The event will feature a magical green-screen visual by artist Ben Oblivion and a live DJ set by Haley Himiko Hudson Morris.

Ahead of the event, the museum is offering a virtual tool kit that will feature a Spotify music playlist by the DJ, virtual zoom backgrounds, a themed cocktail recipe and artist bios.

The CMA encourages virtual attendees to wear something colorful and/or inspired by your favorite work of art.

Share photos of your MIX vibe using #MIXatCMA and #museumfromhome.

What used to be an in-person themed celebration of the arts inside the museum has turned virtual since the coronavirus pandemic.

How to join MIX: Move:

Join the party through Zoom for a chance to be featured in a live “dance cam” that will spontaneously occur throughout the hour. A link to join will be posted to or on the museum’s Facebook page. You can also send an email (subject line: “MIX: Move”) to to receive a link in your inbox.