Emerging in a Space of Resilience
October 23 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm$12 – $25
*Event location moved indoors.
San Francisco International Arts Festival will present a combination live in-person and livestream program that culminates in a two-day outdoor program to take place at the Fort Mason Center (on the weekend of October 23-24). The weekend will feature over 30 dance, theatre and music ensembles and companies in more than two dozen separate concerts.
Tickets available for single concerts and Festival Passes for multiple shows.
The 2021 program celebrates the (cautious and health-conscious) reopening of San Francisco’s performing arts industry and seeks to reconnect individual artists with their audiences in a live performance setting. The program will follow Federal Health and Safety guidelines (attendees must be vaccinated/tested negative and wear face coverings).
This one hour show will take you on a journey using hip-hop, street dance, and underground styles of dance, telling stories that we as humans can relate to and resonate with. Through powerful, fun, fierce movement and prose, witness the inner layers of a movement artists’ view of their experience in the world during this time. The riveting pieces audiences will see are filled with vulnerability, sisterhood, and community. This is a show that will move you on a multitude of levels. Exploring the layers of uncertainty, endurance, resilience, joy, and art that reflects the times, this show will leave audiences intrigued, captivated, inspired, and hopeful.
Mix’d Ingrdnts is a multi-ethnic, multi-genre dance collective composed of female-identified artists, who work together with the intent to contribute to the impact of social change. Mix’d Ingrdnts Dance Company was established in 2010 and exists to empower women to express themselves. The company also aims to empower youth and the community through dance knowledge, conversation, movement, and workshops. The company and its members strive to inspire those around them and through skillful artistry, uses their platform to pave pathways for people to authentically express themselves, evoke feelings, and prompt reflective spaces and conversation. Mix’d Ingrdnts has laid ground work in the Bay Area and some highlights include opening and closing Amy Poehler’s set at Clusterfest 2019, were a featured segment on the Harry Connick Jr. Show, on the bill with Hieroglyphics and Goapele at Stern Grove, and won the Bay Area’s Best Dancer Award in 2017. A Mix’d Ingrdnts show stimulates audience’s eyes, mind, heart, and body, and takes viewers on a journey of storytelling through powerful movement.