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Saturday, March 28, 2020

Modeling Environmental Justice in Movement Workshop

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This experiential workshop uses water as a lens through which to examine climate justice. We will use individual movement and collective activities to model how water gains force and momentum. These activities mirror the creative process utilized to create the performance work Overflow, which investigates the nature and impacts of Hurricane Sandy. They also engage in Artichoke Dance’s unique approach to contemporary dance partnering, requiring a balance of strength and sensitivity. These experiences, both in doing and viewing, serve as content for examining interconnected systems, effective collaborative action, and environmental justice principles.

No movement experience is necessary. To reserve a spot, register here.

This workshop is FREE and held in collaboration with Interference Archive’s exhibit Like the Waters We Rise: A Visual History of Climate Justice.

The Workshop will be held March 28th from 2:00-4:00 pm.  

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