Sat, Mar 9 & 16, 8pm; Sun, Mar 10 & 17, 7pm
Dance Mission Theater, SF
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The biennial social, political dance festival returns with two different programs over two weekends. This year focuses on the theme storm SURGE, featuring artists exploring ideas surrounding Global Warming and displacement as a result of environmental change, with a special focus on artists from island nations and front line communities.
Program A featured artists include: Tigre Bailando, Danza Puerto Rico, Patrick Makuakane / Na Lei Hulu I Ka Wekiu (Saturday only), Boomshake Music (Sunday only), Yayoi Kambara and Dancers, Sammay Dizon and Halau Kawainuhi, Hien Huynh, Primera Generación
Program B featured artists include: Krissy Keefer, Chris Babingui, bananarama, Keisha Turner, Kyle Limin, Kerensa DeMars, Chitresh Das Institute
Program B FREE events include:
Sat, Mar 16, 6:30pm – Pre-show performance by Javier Stell-Frésquez at 24th Street BART Plaza.
Sun, March 17, 2pm – Special Panel Discussion: Art and Social Change: Can Art Really Change the World? Includes a showing of work by Polina Smith and Jesse Bie with a panel of guest speakers.