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ONLINE NOW: (Un)Common Ground - Green Space Artists in Dialogue

ONLINE NOW: (Un)Common Ground - Green Space Artists in Dialogue

Company:

Valerie Green/Dance Entropy

Location:

Green Space (Virtual)

Dates:

Thursday, October 8, 2020 - 12:00pm daily through October 31, 2020

Tickets:

https://www.greenspacestudio.org/un-common-ground

Company:
Valerie Green/Dance Entropy

Green Space is pleased to present the new virtual program "(Un)Common Ground: Green Space Artists in Dialogue." The series brings together BIPOC choreographers who have shown work in Green Space’s programming series: Fertile Ground, Take Root, and Green Space Blooms throughout our 15-year history. Artists rotate being virtually paired for five weeks in un-moderated discussion, prompted by questions generated by the Green Space Artist Advisory Board. Supported with video samples to contextualize their work and perspective, each artist has free reign to define their presence through this platform, designed to serve as a safe space for raw, open, honest, artist-led dialogue without preconceived results. 

For more information on the artists and to view the dialogues, please visit https://www.greenspacestudio.org/un-common-ground


PARTICIPATING ARTISTS:
Nicole Y. McClam / Gierre Godley
Nick M. Daniels / Vincent Thomas
Leah Tubbs / Nia and Ness
Ashley Suttlar Martin / Ari Mayzick
Amina Heckstall / Johnnie Cruise Mercer
Ted Thomas / Laurie Taylor

(Un)Common Ground is an ongoing series. Dialgoues are publicily available on a permanent basis.
 

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