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Performance workshop based on La Pocha Nostra

Sat-Sun, Jul 1-2, 12-3pm
SAFEhouse Arts, SF

Cost: $10 (Suggested Donation)
DG member discount: Free to Dancer’s Group Members

A performance workshop based on La Pocha Nostra live art lab techniques created by Guillermo Gomez-Peña. This workshop spans over two days, with a final performance/installation open to the public. This workshop is sponsored by RAW (resident artist workshop), a residency program at SAFEhouse for the Performing Arts.

Questions? Please contact Hannah: hannah@SAFEhouseArts.org

SAFEhouseArts.org

Emergence 2017

Sun, May 21
10am-5pm
JCCSF, SF

Cost: $20 – $125

How can arts workers embody their whole being in their work and in their lives?
Join colleagues for an inspiring day of critical introspection, collective strategizing, and creative action at Emergence 2017: Whole Person, Whole Impact — presented by Emerging Arts Professionals San Francisco/Bay Area (EAP) and the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco (JCCSF) — where they will explore the impact of bringing our whole selves into our work and out into our community.

emergingsf.org/emergence

Last Blue Couch in the Sky

Fri-Sun, Jun 2-4, 7pm
Tutubi Plaza, between Russ and Natoma St, SF

Cost: $15-$20

Celebrating its 20th anniversary season, Kim Epifano and Epiphany Dance Theater present Last Blue Couch in the Sky, a two-part dance performance that reveals the cultural erasure witnessed in the South of Market neighborhood of San Francisco. Commissioned by Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and developed in part with neighborhood residents, schools, businesses, and community centers, Last Blue Couch in the Sky is a collaboration involving more than 20 dancers, actors, writers, and musicians.

Part one is FREE and begins with site specific performances at Tutubi Plaza and traverses through SoMa. The second part of the evening is a ticketed performance inside YBCA’s Forum.

Questions? Please contact: 415-978-2787

ybca.org/whats-on/kim-epifano

Climate Rally – Call for Community Dancers!

Sat, Apr 29, 2:30-5pm
Lake Merritt Amphitheatre, Between 12th St & 1st Ave, Oakland

Dancing Earth continues Movement for Movement Building! Join DE Bay Area and allies to encircle Lake Merritt with red fabric, representing the red line of climate change boundaries we are crossing:

– meet me at the Dancing Earth table
– wear red / white / black to move in
– tank tops preferred for armband / arm paint
– supportive shoes to dance in / walk in for a mile and a half
– dress with pride & power
– procession leaves amphitheater around 3:30 (approx.)
– in the prep hour, participants will work with the fabric and fashion dance phrases from Treaty Making to continue building our lexicon of movement for movement building!

All levels welcome!

Questions? Please contact Christina Leyva: dancingearthsf@gmail.com

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Bandelion looking for ASL interpreters

Sat, May 20, 8-10pm
First Congregational Church of Oakland, 2501 Harrison St, Oakland

Seeking 2 ASL interpreters (volunteer or to be paid on a sliding scale) for an inclusive dance/theater/music event.

This event presents work intended to nourish all members of our community working for progressive change in this country, addressing issues of fat-phobia, racism, and prejudice of many different kinds. Performances by Bandelion ensemble, the CSUEB DanceSing Drum Company, choreographer Laura Ellis and choreographer Antoine Hunter.

Questions? Please contact: dandeliondancetheater@gmail.com

dandeliondancetheater.org

Trinity-St. Peter’s Episcopal Church opens its doors to artists

Tue, May 9, 3-6pm
Trinity-St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 1620 Gough St, SF

Attention artists, of all disciplines – visual to performing arts – Trinity-St. Peter’s Episcopal Church is looking to open its doors for multifaceted arts use. They see the struggle of artists in the Bay Area to access adequate space. Seeing this problem, Trinity-St. Peter’s has already begun the process of transforming their building to include the arts.
Are you a visual or performing artist…in the Bay Area? …who is interested in finding a creative home?…who want to connect with a community that sees its mission as including YOU and your ART?…constantly ISO space for creating your work?
The people at Trinity-St. Peter’s are looking forward to seeing artists in their space creating their work.

RSVPs are appreciated. Light refreshments will be served.

Questions? Please contact: Karen DiLossi, Director of Arts in Sacred Places kdilossi@sacredplaces.org

sacredplaces.org

Community Dance Jam with AXIS Dance Company

Mon, Apr 10, 6- 8pm
Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts, Studio E, Oakland

Cost: $12, no one turned away for lack of funds

AXIS Dance Company jams are geared towards movers of all levels, experience and ability. This is a great way to connect and enjoy moving with the extended AXIS community in our accessible studio. Jams will begin promptly at 6:00 p.m. Sourced in contact improvisation, the jams will cultivate mindful awareness and mutual exchange. Wear comfortable clothing and bring water. Our Community Jams are a safe and respectful place for all to dance. Led by AXIS Company Dancers with musical accompaniment by Caroline Penwarden.

Questions? Please contact: info@axisdance.org

axisdance.org

44 Gough St, Suite 201
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 920-9181 phone
(415) 920-9173 fax