Eva Dean Dance presents LIQUID SILVER: SANCTUARY
Eva Dean Dance
Join us for two public performances of LIQUID SILVER: Sanctuary. This site-specific dance performance makes use of Brooklyn's Prospect Park, using the landcape to create an immersive, dreamy experience for audiences.
When: 3pm and 5pm
Where: Prospect Park- Vale of Cashmere
Choreography/Artistic Direction: Eva Dean.
Soundscape Collaboration: Caroline Partamian and Eva Dean.
Movement Collaborators: (Company) George Hirsch, Kirana Peters, and Lucia Rodriguez (Guest Artists) Kerry McManus, Maria Naidu, Aria Roach, Lucia Rodriguez, Larry Rosales, and Richard Scandola.
Costumes: Ashley O'Brien
About Sanctuary: part III of LIQUID SILVER:
Sanctuary is the third installment of Eva Dean's LIQUID SILVER series. Dancers' are propelled through invisible corridors illuminated by candlelight, rituals and inner yearnings. LIQUID SILVER: Sanctuary is a dance production from Brooklyn, New York, a sanctuary city in the USA. Sanctuary's core motif is about growth as we search for healing and cultural connectivity within community and our environment.
About Eva Dean Dance:
Eva Dean Dance (EDD) is an award winning, neo-contemporary company based in Brooklyn, NY and established in 1985. The mission of Eva Dean Dance is to support and strengthen the presence of dance locally and globally, with a cross-cultural focus in New York City. EDD achieves this through creating and performing the choreography of Eva Dean, supporting the work of other choreographers and dancers, and providing mentorships to emerging female choreographers. EDD's award winning specific performances reach audiences that might not otherwise have the opportunity to see dance. Dean teaches her unique technique and repertory to students representing a wide range of ages, abilities, and cultural backgrounds. Eva Dean Dance is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Throughout the years EDD has received support from various foundations and agencies including the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, New York State Council on the Arts, and the Harkness Foundation for Dance. Internationally, EDD has received support from The Department of Public Affairs American Embassies in the Netherlands and the Czech Republic.
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