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5/7 Dance Discourse Project

Posted by novoscene on May 7, 2008

The San Francisco arts nonprofit Counterpulse says that the mission of it’s Dance Discourse Project is “to articulate in a cohesive and coherent way, from the participants themselves, what is happening in dance in the Bay Area and beyond.”

Tonight is the 3rd installment of the series and features a discussion between choreographer Jo Kreiter, performance and Butoh artist Ledoh (pictured), local dance legend Sara Shelton Mann and rising international choreographer Miguel Gutierrez. The panel will discuss the multiple layers of the political in their work, how bodies are politicized through movement, and how activism plays a unique role in the Bay Area dance scene.

This special installment, presented at Project Artaud Theater, is co-presented by CounterPULSE, Dancers’ Group, and ODC Theater, as part of its festival “For the Record: Dancers Debate the Body Politic.”

Dance Discourse Project #3
Project Artaud Theater
450 Florida Street, San Francisco


2 Responses to “5/7 Dance Discourse Project”

  1. Jez Lee said

    Thanks for posting about the Dance Discourse Project!
    You can stay up-to-date on the discussion, and read some of the responses online at our post:

    … Mind if we exchange links? ; )

  2. novoscene said

    Thanks for the info.

    Sure, I’ll add your site to our blogroll.

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