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DCDC will lead a week-long series of workshops (March 23rd – 25th) at KANEKO for experienced dancers as well as for those new to creative movement. Workshops will feature a variety of dance and movement activities, all focusing on creating, communicating, and commanding spaces through interaction with the James Surls sculptures.
Please register below to attend workshops; if you have questions please email Katherine at firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, March 25th
Dancers from the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company (DCDC) will lead an inventive movement workshop within the James Surls Nightshade and Red Bone exhibition, located in KANEKO’s Bow Truss space. Dance experience is not necessary. This workshop is for those interested in exploring various types of creative movement through interaction with the James Surls sculptures. (Recommended for those over age 14).
Saturday, March 25th
The Dayton Contemporary Dance Company (DCDC) will lead a workshop created especially for Omaha’s performing and visual artists and other creatives seeking opportunity to explore expressive and interpretive movement with DCDC dancers and the DCDC Artistic Director, Debbie Blunden-Diggs. This workshop will include an opportunity to engage with the two exhibitions located in KANEKO’s upstairs spaces: Charles Kay’s UNSEEN, and pieces included in the James Surls exhibition Nightshade and Red Bone. Previous movement experience is not necessary.
Thursday, March 23rd
Join members of the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company (DCDC) for a dance movement workshop inside KANEKO’s Bow Truss gallery, within the James Surls Nightshade and Red Bone exhibition. This workshop is intended primarily for adult movement artists and dancers, who will explore patterns and rhythms together with DCDC dancers in physical conversation with the Surls sculptures.
Dayton Contemporary Dance Company was founded in 1968 to create performance opportunities for dancers of color. Five decades later, the 10th largest modern contemporary dance company in the nation remains rooted in the African-American experience and committed to developing diverse movement artists on the global stage. Today DCDC is regarded as one of the best contemporary dance companies in the US.
DCDC’s professionally trained dance artists come from all over the country. They’re renowned for their precision of dance execution, artistry, and connecting with audiences by emoting feelings that touch the soul. The dancers use their bodies as instruments to communicate and to elevate the experience. One never leaves a DCDC performance unmoved.
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