On A Queer Day You Can See Forever: Free LGBTQ+ Artistic Party | Berkeley
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Shotgun Studios | 1201 University Ave, Berkeley, CA 94702
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ON A QUEER DAY YOU CAN SEE FOREVER is full day of free events for the LGBTQ+ artistic community and their friends and allies. Part of Shawl-Anderson Dance Center’s first annual Queering Dance Festival, a week-long event celebrating the Bay Area’s queer dance community on September 15, 2019 from 11 am to 6 pm.
- 11a-12:30p: Sharing Weight: Queer Partnering with Rogelio Lopez & Andrew Merrell
All levels dance partnering class. Some dance experience is suggested. (spot are limited pre-registration suggested)
- *1p-2p: Bay Area Queer Dance-Making, Past, Present & Future an intergenerational panel talk facilitated by Shaunna Vella, assistant professor of Dance at St. Mary’s College of CA. (RSVP appreciated)
- *2:15p-3:45p: Supporting and Sustaining: Resources for Queer Dance-makers in the Bay with Sarah Crowell of Destiny Arts (RSVP appreciated)
- *4p-6p: The Queer Body in Process – works-in-progress peer share facilitated by Marc Brew of AXIS Dance Company & Aiano Nakagawa. This open-call peer share of works-in-progress invites LGBTQIA2S+ choreographers who are interested in exploring a queer modality of feedback and connecting with other queer artists in a collaborative safe space. Artists are invited to sign up to show 3-8 minutes of work to the group. The showing will be followed by a group-led feedback session and conversation. (spots limited, pre-registration suggested)
Participants can sign up in advance to show work, or RSVP to attend and join in the conversation. First-come, first-served.
Shotgun Studios is a wheelchair-accessible space
*ASL Interpretation provided
Presented by Shawl-Anderson Dance Center
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