Virtual Event, Arts & Culture
Dancing Our Way Out
Date: Friday, January 14 2022 to Friday, January 21 2022
In a burst of creative filmmaking, the University of Minnesota Dance Program students, faculty, and guests responded to the COVID-19 pandemic and the call for social justice, catalyzed by the murder of George Floyd, as seen in these many works.
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
On-demand through Jan 21, 2022. Please note: ticket revenue from this film screening will be shared with the artists. In a burst of creative filmmaking, the University of Minnesota Dance Program students, faculty, and guests responded to the COVID-19 pandemic and the call for social justice catalyzed by the murder of George Floyd. Curated by UMN dance professors and choreographers Joanie Smith (Shapiro & Smith Dance) and Carl Flink (Black Label Movement), Dancing Our Way Out brings forward some of the truly unique and poignant cinematic visions produced by its community of embodied art makers and learners during the COVID Winter, celebrating their rich diversity of perspectives, identity and aesthetics. Program includes: A Dream of Touch When Touch is Gone (Black Label Movement). Premiered at Tedx Minneapolis Oct 23, 2020, Winner in the Performing Arts category at L’Age d’Or International Arthouse Film Festival in Kolkata, India, and Semi-Finalist at the San Francisco Indie Short Festival. This event will be captioned, with other accessibility services available upon request.
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