Get whimsical with Flutter: The Monarch Butterfly Project on Sunday, October 15th!
The San Antonio River Foundation and Open Dance Project will present the site-specific work “Flutter: The Monarch Butterfly Project” at Confluence Park and the Historic Mission Reach for one afternoon only, Sunday, Oct. 15, 2023, from 2:30-5:30 p.m.
“Flutter: The Monarch Butterfly Project” will transform Confluence Park into a magical monarch experience with the help of dancers from the Houston based Open Dance Project and their fluttering counterparts of hundreds of live monarch butterflies flying above during their natural fall migration!
This FREE, family friendly, all-inclusive, accessible event will celebrate and draw attention to the monarch butterfly’s approximately 3,000-mile southern migration, which passes through Texas each fall.
As visitors explore Confluence Park and enjoy interactive pollinator activities, the company of Open Dance Project will present a series of three half-hour, immersive contemporary dance performances, in whimsical costumes by Houston-based artist Natasha Bowdoin.
The San Antonio River Foundation has also planned a butterfly release in conjunction with the performance.
Sounds AMAZING right? We can’t wait to see you there!
*Get a sneak peek now by listening to this Around-H-Town podcast interview with Houston Botanic Garden and Open Dance Project’s Annie Arnoult, where she talks about their “Flutter” performance that will be performed at the Houston Botanic Garden two weeks before they travel to San Antonio to perform at Confluence Park!