CADD+DSA collaborative programming includes lectures, cross-generational discussions, and creative explorations into Black dance (studies). Events consider the ways that Black dance affirms, confers, cleaves, or potentially binds Black lives. Rooted in our diverse histories, discussions are also invested in the possibility of mobilizing experience/technique/technology into a possible 'right now' and future of/for Black people themselves.
November 7 11 AM EST | Marcea Daiter shows excerpts from her interviews with Talley B eatty about the political imagery in his choreography; Dr. John Perpener contextualizes the work of Beatty and other contemporary Black Dance artists as he charts throughlines of Black dance as political action across the Harlem Renaissance, Civil Rights, Black Power, Women's, and, Black Lives Matter Movements. Woodshed Dance guides an embodied invocation.
Registration for November - Registration will close 11/3 at 12pm CST
Prices begin at $10 per event. Feel free to reach out with any questions.
_________________Shireen Dickson, C.E.
Collegium for African Diaspora Dance/Slippage@Duke