Rosy Simas Danse Company member, Sam Mitchell (Yaqui), along with his son, Max Mitchell (both based in San Diego, California), will co-teach and co-facilitate this mini workshop.
This workshop is designed to create a prosperous, multi generational, collaborative, choreographic dialogue between professional dancers, community dancers, and children and adults.
By celebrating multi generations, we will share the threads of memories, stories and knowledge, weaving together elements of vitality, inventiveness and empathy for this workshop.
In the workshop we will be sharing a choreographic dance taught by Sam and Max, developed by Rosy Simas, that will continue to grow through continued conversations, check-ins and online rehearsals, culminating in a multi generational, procession on the American Indian Cultural Corridor on Franklin Avenue in June 2019. This community work in June 2019 is a part of the Weave project by Rosy Simas Danse.
This workshop is a part of NACDI’s Indigenous People’s Day Festival Oct 6 & 7, 2018 on the American Indian Cultural Corridor on Franklin Avenue, Minneapolis.
Weave is a part of Ordway's Music & Movement series on Saturday, January 12, 2019, 7:30 PM, at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts. For tickets, call 651.224.4222 | TTY 651.282.3100 or visit Ordway.org
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Everyone is welcome. Native community members are strongly encouraged to attend.
ACCESSIBILITY: All event locations are accessible. To request accommodations, such as ASL-Interpretation, to any of these events, please contact Jenea Rewertz-Targui at 651.282.3017 or firstname.lastname@example.org