"Field Day" is one component of Artscape's identity this year; the overall theme is "Join the Movement." Despite sounding like an enticement to enter a cult or slogan to combat childhood obesity, it's actually a great idea. The festival will be heavy with dance and performance, which are distinct enough from commodity but accessible enough to bring some serious work into the mix without relying too heavily on kitsch. The Mount Royal median, however, is going to be devoted to "Mobiles, Whirligigs, Automata, Rube-Goldbergs, and Other Kinetic Contraptions," which sounds like it's going to be extremely kitschy. The upside of this, by happy accident, is that it might provide some kind of conceptual gateway for viewers from the fair to the Sondheim finalist show, which is itself heavily comprised of kinetic works—especially that of Neil Feather, the $25,000 prize winner; maybe someone will see these and decide they want to see more art with moving parts and actually go to the Walters.