FLACC Artist panel discussion: latinx aesthetics in dance
Dear FLACC supporters and enthusiasts,
We are just over a month away from commencing our celebratory activities! We are going to start the celebration with a collaboration between the Festival of Latin American Contemporary Choreographers (FLACC), the Latinx Research Center, the Dance Studies Working Group, and the Performance in the Americas Working Group. This panel will feature local and international choreographers talking about the role of aesthetics and embodiment in Latinx contemporary dance.
This panel is a conversation with Latinx contemporary dance makers Randy Reyes, Fabiola Guillén, and Vanessa Sanchez
This event is free and open to the public.
Food and refreshments provided.
November 7, 4:00pm-7:00pm
Latinx Research Center
2547 Channing Way, Berkeley, California 94720
(Photo Credit: Robbie Sweeney)
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FLACCs three-day festival will be at Dance Mission Theater opening with a performance ritual by a local conceptual artist, Adrian Arias, who will be breaking through a plastic cocoon. FLACC is featuring 5 additional local companies including: David Herrera Performance Company, La Mezcla (Vanessa Sanchez), Diana Lara, Piñata Dance Collective, Randy Reyes; and 3 visiting visiting companies including: Twin sisters, Marisa and Maribel Plasencia(Santa Barbara, CA), Arts & Above(Missoula, MT) and Fabiola Guillén(MX) who is bringing a group of 7 dancers from Puebla, Mexico presenting a piece confronting the restrictions of religion and sexuality.
The show will include post-show panel discussions on Friday and Saturday and conclude with a 5th Annual FLACC birthday reception ceremony on Sunday Nov. 11 after the show.
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