Maven Art Collective Throws Moulin Rouge-Themed Event in New Space

Janice K. Johnson

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Saturday night was an evening of fire, dance and seduction at the Maven Arthouse’s Maven Rouge exhibition, where patrons paid $50 to enjoy student art on themes of gender, capitalism, climate and success, as well as magic, dance performances and catering. 

The leaders of the student-run art collective begin organizing each event by choosing a theme. This weekend, for their fifth event, they designed the exhibition to emulate the movie and Broadway show Moulin Rouge! 

The night’s entertainment focused on elements of traditional burlesque, with performances from Cornell Pole Posse, student magician David Frank and fire dancer Acadia Rae



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