Pre-Show Panel: Women in Dance, Here and Now (FREE)

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Pre-Show Panel: Women in Dance, Here and Now (FREE)

Women dance leaders from throughout the region discuss their unique perspectives on their art form.

Saturday, January 18, 2020
Hopkins Center 200 Top of the Hop
Intended Audience(s): Public

The Martha Graham Dance Company's EVE Project commemorates the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment and investigates the relationship between gender and power. "The EVE Project is intended to connect audiences—in the ephemeral and visceral way dance does—to both historical and contemporary ideas of the feminine. It provides a lens through which to consider Graham's transformative views of women in concert with the immediate and personal creations of today's visionary dance-makers" –Janet Eilber, Artistic Director of the Martha Graham Dance Company.

This panel will feature female dance artists in our region whose innovation in the field of dance captures the essence of the EVE Project. Panelists will discuss their unique approaches to contemporary dance and the ways in which their practice has created space and support for other artists to craft new work. 

Moderated by Rebecca Stenn, dancer and co-director of the Dartmouth Dance Ensemble.

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