Global Street dance is a unifying term that describes the various street/club dance styles that emerge from urban environments around the world. A constantly evolving art form with a foundation in freestyle and innovation, Global Street dances have individual titles, foundational steps, techniques and rules that are defined by the community of dancers from which […]
Featuring a performance by the Left Coast Chamber Ensemble playing an original composition by John MacCallum. Followed by a panel discussion with John MacCallum, guest artist Anne Tait, and Thomas Laqueur, author of The Work of the Dead: A Cultural History of Mortal Remains.
If we recognize theatrical realism as a convention, and predictable narrative tropes part of what keeps that convention alive, what are these contemporary unsettlings, these challenges to what Wellman refers to as
In this workshop, we will explore space in its multiple dimensions. Building off of diverse improvisational scores, we will move in varying textures and layers within and across spatial constraints. These borders will be as internal as our organs and our bones and as external as the multiple surfaces on the floor, walls, and surrounding […]
The title of this particular improvisation modality practicum refers to the multiple ways a human body can sense and express itself outside the linguistic, religious, gendered, and cultural tyrannies one inherits at birth.
Argentine dance theater maker Mayra Bonard will speak about Argentine dance theater, her body of work and her artistic process and artistic derivations.
Join the Center for Southeast Asia Studies on a lecture featuring U.S. Ambassador to Laos (since 2013), Dan Clune. Clune’s lecture will draw from his wide array of international experience, and will be followed by a Q&A on regional issues.
The Rhetoric Department is delighted to announce the creation of the Undergraduate Rhetoric Club! This group is open to all students interested in the study of Rhetoric.