Exploration of Spirituality and Storytelling in Dance
As part of the weekend-long resiency around Akram Khan's XENOS, the Center for the Arts & Religion at the Graduate Theological Union will host an interactive session exploring spiritual and movement ideas. Liturgical dance artists Carla DeSola (CARe/GTU) and David McCauley (CalPerformances); kathak dancer, educator and choreographer Charlotte Moraga; and Dr. Michelle T. Summers (CARe/UC Berkeley, Dept. of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies) will lead the workshop.
This workshop is one of four events surrounding Khan's XENOS performance, held over the weekend of March 2-4. Registering for this event automatically enrolls you as a member of the cohort taking part in the following events:
Sunday, March 3, 3pm, Tilden Room, UC Berkeley | Meaning-Making in Dance: Methods for Interpreting Akram Khan’s XENOSSunday, March 3, 5pm, Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley | XENOS performance (free for cohort participants)Monday, March 4, 10:30am, Doug Adams Gallery | follow-up and celebration
All events are free of charge and open to CARe members, GTU students and friends
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