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ARTISTRY. IDENTITY. ADVOCACY.

April 1 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Venue

Theater, Dance & Media at Harvard
12 Holyoke Street
Cambridge, MA 02138 United States
Phone:
(617) 496-2796
Website:
https://tdm.fas.harvard.edu/
About

“Artists have a really bad habit of being resilient,” Toni Morrison. Choreographers and dancers are problem-solvers. They move through crises rather than around them.

Join us for a community gathering on Thursday, March 18, with the Harvard Dance Center’s exceptional teaching artists for the first in a series of artist-led dialogues that explore how artistry, identity, and advocacy take shape in turbulent times.

THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 4-5PM EST
Dialogue facilitated by Nailah Randall-Bellinger with Dance Center teaching artists: Joh Camara, Sunanda Narayanan, and Laura Rodriguez.

Live via Zoom meeting and open to the public.

Access provided: Live closed captioning. Please contact dance@fas.harvard.edu if you anticipate needing another type of access.

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NEXT UPCOMING ARTIST TALKS

THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 4-5PM EST 
Dialogue facilitated by Tarikh Campbell with Dance Center teaching artists: Jean Robens Georges, Amirah Sackett, Lonnie Stanton, and Yury Yanowksy.

FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 4-5PM EST
Dialogue facilitated by Jill Johnson with returning visiting artists: Peter Chu, Chanel DaSilva, and Shamel Pitts.

All talks will be live via Zoom meeting and open to the public.

Access provided: Live closed captioning. Please contact dance@fas.harvard.edu if you anticipate needing another type of access.

Spring 2021 Artist Talks are supported by The Office for the Arts (OFA).