Gallery Night included musical performances, an art auction, crafts by Kohl's Art Generation with the Milwaukee Art Museum and students showing off their creations to friends and loved ones.
Add your photos to Patch's gallery by clicking the Upload button. Students reveled in art and music Wednesday at Gallery Night at Dixon Elementary School with an auction, band performances and crafts by Kohl's Art Generation. Follow us on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily newsletter
Natyarpana Dance Company students will perform classical Indian dances this summer that are free and open to the public.
Wearing ornate, brightly colored costumes, decorative temple jewelry, stylized makeup and bells on their ankles, seven students of Guru Kripa Baskaran at Natyarpana Dance Company will perform debut dances called Arangetrams this summer. Based in Brookfield and Madison, the dance school teaches about 100 students from ages three to adult a form of classical Indian dance called Bharatanatyam. The dance has roots going back more than 2,500 years in India, and it combines expression, music, rhythm and drama. Dancers tell stories through a combination of facial expressions, elaborate hand gestures and poses. “Bharatanatyam is a beautiful art form and people should know about it," said Ragashree Komandur, an eighth grade student at Wisconsin …