Dance for Social Justice for Self-Identified Women of Color
We are super excited to bring you a Dance for Social Justice (DSJ) workshop for self-identified women of color.
DSJ is a process-based workshop developed by Marsha Parrilla, that delves into the universal language of movement to generate conversations and create art around social justice issues in our communities. Participants exercise solidarity through group-work, the exchange of ideas, and by engaging on intentional discussions. Through a guided dance composition process, participants explore basic elements of dance composition to create dance pieces with their groups. An informal showing, and a feedback/Q&A session, brings closure to the workshop.
*No dance experience required, and all abilities welcome.
Due to the content of the workshop, we recommend ages 9 and older.
**Registration is REQUIRED. Pleas e-mail for registration details: firstname.lastname@example.org