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.
Founded in 2007 by pioneering Deaf dancer/choreographer Antoine Hunter, Urban Jazz Dance Company consists of a mix of professional Deaf and Hearing dancers. UJD’s mission is to provide opportunities for Deaf and other-abled artists to contribute to the arts and larger society, increasing awareness around Deaf issues via the performing arts. Featuring the syncopation of urban jazz rhythms, the company values the importance of play and performance to connect cultures of all races, ages, abilities, and backgrounds.
Free with museum admission
200 Larkin Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
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