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Afro-Feminist Performance Routes

Afro Feminist Performance Routes
February 16-20, 2022
Duke University

Afro-Feminist Performance Routes is a focused residency that continues urgent embodied dialogues around African diaspora dance practices and gender, femininity, womanhood, femme, and feminisms.

Convened by: Dasha Chapman, Davidson College; Mario LaMothe, University of Illinois at Chicago; Thomas F. DeFrantz, Northwestern University; Andrea Woods Valdes, Duke University; Ava LaVonne Vinesett, Duke University

Schedule: Rubenstein Arts Center

Wednesday, 2/16
5:15-6:30, RAC 225
Rujeko Dumbutshena, Zimbabwean

Thursday, 2/17
8:30-9:45AM, RAC 224
Lena Blou, Techni'ka Contemporary

12:15-1:30PM, RAC 124
Maya Berry with Tina Vasquez, Rumba

5:15-6:30PM, RAC 224
Yanique Hume, Afro-Caribbean Sacred Dances

At the Collegium for African Diaspora Dance Conference:

Friday, 2/18
2:30-3:30PM, Von der Hayden Theater
Afro Fem: An Embodied Dialogue, with all artists

6:30-7:00PM, Virtual Presentatin
Halifu Osumare

Saturday, 2 19
2:00-2:30PM, Virtual Presentation
Luciane Ramos Silva

6:15-7:30PM, RAC 224
Jade Power Sotomayor, with Sarah Bruno and Melanie Maldonado, Offerings from Bomba's Batey"

8:30PM, Von der Hayden Theater
LenaBlou Performance

Contact: margo lakin