CADD Third Bi-Annual Conference: Dance Black Joy
DANCE BLACK JOY: GLOBAL AFFIRMATIONS AND DEFIANCE
Conference will be held in several locations. See schedule at link below.
The Collegium for African Diaspora Dance (CADD) third conference aims to carry forward enlivening discussions on the power and politics of global Black Dance by bringing together scholars, practitioners, educators, and other stakeholders for three days of intellectual and artistic inspiration. DANCE BLACK JOY: Global Affirmations and Defiance seeks to center African diaspora dance as a resource and method of aesthetic possibility.
Anchored by critical dialogue and provocative research presentations, the conference will feature breakout sessions, movement workshops, film screenings, and a performance of CANE: a responsive environment dancework, conceived by Thomas F. DeFrantz and SLIPPAGE: Performance|Culture|Technology in collaboration with Wideman/Davis Dance. FREE REGISTRATION FOR DUKE STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF. More information and registration at the link below.