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Speaking through Movement
Dancing is a source of transformation, celebration, and affirmation. Choreographers Katlyn Addison and Jennifer Archibald make performances that show us the intricacies of emotional landscapes as they create new forms of dance that merge different vocabularies, including ballet, hip hop, and the art of fencing. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke about the importance of such creative artists, “Almost always, the creative dedicated minority has made the world better.” The University of Utah School of Dance is fortunate to have both Addison and Archibald as guest choreographers working with student-dancers during this 2020-21 school year. On January 19 we will have a rare opportunity to watch recent works by these artists and engage in conversation with them and with Brooke Wertwijn, a University of Utah dancer who performed in Addison’s choreography entitled, Saint-George, The Composer, Fencer, and Creator. Archibald will be sharing her recent screendance called WeAIghT, choreographed by Archibald in collaboration with filmmaker Andrew Cashin, featuring dancer James Gilmer and music by Philip Hamilton. Please join us for an evening of creative brilliance and scintillating dialogue.

Jan 19, 2021 06:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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