Each pop-up program features performers of Indian, Balinese, Cambodian, or Jazz styles looking at art with visitors and a museum educator (or on Sundays, an Art Speak intern), then moving to a designated area for a brief performance and Q&A.
First come, first served; space is limited.
An acclaimed master dancer, choreographer, vocalist, and teacher of Classical Cambodian Dance, Charya Burt is a former dance faculty member with the Royal University of Fine Arts, trained by the foremost surviving dance masters of Cambodia. A Dance/USA Fellow and Isadora Duncan Award recipient, Charya has been performing and teaching in California and throughout the United States since 1993. Charya Burt is dedicated to the preservation and advancement of Cambodian dance through formal instruction, performance, and the creation of new works.
Free with museum admission
200 Larkin Street
San Francisco, CA 94102