Arts & Culture

Artscape 2014

Interactive exhibits and comfortable weather drew thousands to this year's festival

By Meredith Herzing | July 20, 2014, 2:21 pm

Arts & Culture

Artscape 2014

Interactive exhibits and comfortable weather drew thousands to this year's festival

By Meredith Herzing | July 20, 2014, 2:21 pm

America's largest free arts festival returned to Station North this weekend, and for the first time in a long time, Artscape didn't fall on the hottest weekend of the year. With a special focus on dance, this year's festival seemed re-energized and more vibrant than ever. From flash mobs, to dance lessons, to silent discos and even aerial acrobatics, everywhere you turned festival-goers were "Joining the Movement." Here are some of our favorite sights from the spectacle that was this year's Artscape.




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