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International Cleveland Community Day is a celebration of the rich diversity of our regionís multiethnic communities, featuring traditional music and dance performances, cultural displays, and ingallery experiences. During this vibrant afternoon, visitors enjoyed presentations from more than 50 community groups expressing the continued vitality of the global cultures and arts that enliven our city.
The snapshot of various cultural heritages, brought an added dimension to the museumís collections of art from all periods and parts of the world.
International Cleveland Community Day in the Ames Family Atrium has become a must-do annual intergenerational affair.
The Cambodian community was represented by Nikki Noeuth, a member of the Cambodian Association of Cleveland, who performed a traditional Cambodian dance.
Nikki Noeuth performing a traditional Cambodian dance
See more of the Cambodian dance
Greek community at annual International Cleveland Community Day at the Art MuseumThe Greek community was well represented with the Hellenic Preservation Society display table.
Hellenic Preservation Society
There was also a performance by the St Paul Senior Hellenic Dancers.
Saint Paul Senior Hellenic DancersSee more from the Greek Community at the Art Museum
Hungarian Scout Folk Ensemble and Hungarian community at International Cleveland Community Day The Hungarian community was well represented with a display table, banner and performance by the Hungarian Scout Folk Ensemble.
Hungarian Scout Folk Ensemble
at Cleveland Museum of Art
More photos and video of the Hungarian community at the Art Museum
Latvian community and Klivlandes Pastalnieki Latvian folk dance at Cleveland Museum of ArtThe Latvian community was well represented with a display table and performance by Klivlandes Pastalnieki.
The next generationLatvian dance at Cleveland Museum of Art - Klivlandes Pastalnieki
Photos and videos of Latvians at the Art Museum
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