Sara Genoves-Sylvan


Morning classes offer exposure to a broad range of movement styles, and more importantly, a chance to move and have fun. Each class will be tailored to the level of the participants, whether dancing for the first time or at a more advanced level.

Full list of classes

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Exhibition Opening: In Our Wake

Thursday, July 5th, 6-8PM
Farm Project Space and Gallery
15 Commercial Street

Curated by The Movement Party in collaboration with Susie Nielsen, In Our Wake reveals how even our most subtle movements cause giant shifts in the matter that surrounds us. The collected works capture human motion through drawing, photography and collage, illuminating complex patterns, poetic tracings, and dynamic reverberations. Whether momentary disturbances or permanent carvings, these wakes remind us of the life that movement retains after its initial phase of action.

Featured Artists: Cole Barash, Contact Gonzo, Michael Hart, Kerry O’Grady, Marie Lorenz, Tony Orrico, Bill Shannon, Georgia Wall.

*After-party at The Juice with DJ Fuzzy Fotch and White Animal

Still from strönd/beach by Salts

Film Screening: Moving Pictures

Friday, July 6th, 8:30PM
Wellfleet Preservation Hall
By donation 

Outdoor film screening of video work by local and guest artists behind Wellfleet Preservation Hall. Featuring films by robbinschilds, David Szlasa, Pascal Magnin, Salts, Zena Bibler, and Brett Novak. Bring a blanket and a picnic! (No outside alcohol permitted)

Generate/Degenerate by MIRO Dance Theater
Photo: Bill Hebert

Mainstage Performance

Saturday, July 7th, 8PM
Wellfleet Preservation Hall

Fleet Moves artists will perform together on a shared bill featuring work by Kazuko Hirabayashi, Miller Rothlein (MIRO Dance Theater), Anne Zuerner, Mikhail Fokine, Stephanie Fungsang & Jeremy Finch, and Katie Schetlick.

Seating is limited, so reserve early here!


Photo: Aaron Binaco

Dawn Performance

Sunday, July 8th, 5:30AM
White Crest Beach

Experience dances inspired by Wellfleet’s own history, culture, and natural landscape. Choreographed to the pulsing rhythms of the ocean, the sloping stage of the sand, and the flat expanses of beach lots, these unique performances are not to be missed.

Photo: Sky Freyss-Cole

Closing Night Dance Party

Sunday, July 8th,
Wellfleet Preservation Hall
By donation

DJ Tab spins an eclectic blend of soul, hip-hop, and rock guaranteed to make you move!