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Afro-Feminist Performance Routes: Artist Roundtable

This four-day "dialogue in movement" hosts five international dance artists from Africa and its Diasporas to catalyze a dialogue around creative practice, migration, and African philosophies, as they relate to and emerge from women's perspectives. Through dance workshops, artist presentations, performances, informal conversations, and a roundtable discussion, this gathering will coalesce artists, dancers, students, faculty, and local community to explore the many manners in which movement constitutes culture, embodied practice engenders place, and migration informs subjectivity and notions of belonging.

This is roundtable brings artists Léna Blou, Rjeko Dumbutshena, Sephora Germain, Yanique Hume and Halifu Osumare together for a discussion in conjunction with the Collegium for African Diaspora Dance (CADD) conference.

Contact: Shireen Dickson