Ready to see some dance? don’t tell me the last time you saw a modern-contemporary dance performance was back in college in your art appreciation class? Oh where or where do our audiences go? Somehow, dance seems to be the least attended of the art forms unless you are a dancer yourself or you happen to live with one. Lets break that paradigm! Come support 7 amazingly talented choreographers and their collaborators from the Latin@ diaspora at Mission Cultural Center September 25-27, join the panel discussion at CIIS on Sept. 19 and take some low-cost master classes during Latin American History Month with incredible teachers . ~~~Allow yourself to move and be moved~~~~~ Contact us about bringing your students for a discounted group rate.
*Get your PRE-SALE TICKETS until Sept. 1st.* Prices go up in 2 weeks!* For all details about our SHOW, FREE PANEL DISCUSSION and our FLACC Friday’s TEACHING SERIES in September. See www.flaccdanza.org
ALSO, check out my latest piece this weekend 8/15-8/16 at 7pm. Reception to follow!
“Broken” 10 minute solo
opening for JoAnn Selisker’s piece “What’s Best For You”
“Broken” is traversing the landscape of a fragmented Piñata with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, ADHD, OCD, depression and a good dose of Dharma wisdom. With a multi-media video and dance performance, “Broken” dissects the nature of impermanence, life and tissue paper.
Location: SafeHouse Arts, 1 Grove, San Francisco (across the street from the Main Library above Burger King- civic center Bart.)
Time: Saturday/Sunday 8/15-8/16 7pm- *Don’t Be Late!* And join us for a reception after the show.
SEE Short Video Clip from “BROKEN”
Photo credit: Su Pang
Take 5- ODC Mott Studio Sept. 11, 5pm
Please come and give your feedback to the Piñata Dance Collective (Liz Boubion, Emmeline Gonzalez- Beban, Dominique Nigro, Liz Anders). We want your feedback as we develop our piece for FLACC , Mobongui Square, and Piñata En La’Air .
Fri. Sept 11, 2015 5:00pm
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***Be a shareholder in the creative process. See works in progress from dance artists. Discuss what you saw, what resonated, and what sparked questions. Then, exercise your share to award an artist with 15 hours of free rehearsal time.
This upcoming Take 5 will feature works in progress from Luis Valverde, Ayana Yonesaka and Elizabeth Boubion.