Through dance, artists have brought to light untold issues and taboos, codified, developed and raised the profile of dance techniques from the African and African Caribbean Diaspora and engaged with audiences and their communities in innovative ways. This conference seeks to highlight the impact that Black women in particular have made to the international dance ecology.
With contributors including Chanon Judson, Urban Bush Women (USA), Greta Mendez (Trinidad /UK), Maya Taylor (USA), Marlene Myrtil (Martinique / UK), Wanjiru Kamuya (Kenya/France) and nora chipaumire (Zimbabwe / USA).
Creating Socially Engaged Art – Can Dance Change The World? is part of Let’s Dance International Frontiers (LDIF), an annual international dance festival produced by Serendipity UK. The festival features performances, discussions, workshops and a conference exploring dance as a medium for positive change.
For more information about Let’s Dance International Frontiers and Serendipity UK please visit www.serendipity-uk.com.
This event will take place live on Zoom, with BSL interpretation and automatic captioning. An access link will be sent closer to the event.