The Skeleton Architecture: "we (been) here" at Gibney Dance
The Skeleton Architecture
The Skeleton Architecture: we (been) here
at Gibney Dance
The Skeleton Architecture is a vessel of Black womyn and gender nonconforming artists rooted in the rigor and power of the collective in practice. we (been) here is a communing of members of The Skeleton Architecture to explore embodied archive, communal selfhood, and the divine everyday.
we (been) here: collective workshop offering for Black artists
Saturday February 11th | 10:30 AM - 4:30 PM | Sign up HERE.
Workshops offered as a safer space for Black bodies to collect & center ourselves in particular solidarity.
we (been) here: Public Forum
Sunday February 12th | 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM | RSVP to join us HERE.
Moderator Eva Yaa Asantewaa and panelists Paloma McGregor, Charmaine Warren, Ni’Ja Whitson will discuss lineage, Black magic(k), and why collectivism matters now.
Presented in partnership with EYA Projects, Angela’s Pulse/Dancing While Black and Gibney Dance.
[Photo of The Skeleton Architecture by Ian Douglas, Courtesy of DanspaceProject]
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