Missed her apartment performances? Dancer Biba Bell to appear at Cranbrook


  • Christine Hucal
  • Biba Bell.

It occurs to us that many readers who learned about dancer Biba Bell's intimate apartment performances may not have the opportunity to see her because ... well, they're in her apartment. Fortunately, we have news that Bell will join New York musician Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe for a performance as part of Cranbrook's "Hall of Wonders." It starts at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 6.

The performance will be preceded by a gallery talk by artist and musician Adam Lee Miller (of ADULT.), who will be joined by Cranbook's curator of contemporary art and design, Laura Mott, to discuss Cranbrook's "Theater of the Mind" exhibition at 6 p.m. The talk will take place in front of Miller’s painting and drawings in the museum’s main gallery. Learn more about the two events over at Facebook. The Cranbrook Art Museum is at 39221 Woodward Ave, Bloomfield Hills; more information is available by calling 248-645-3300 or at cranbrookart.edu.

Read our interview with Bell from last week here.

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