Dancing with Ghosts
Tue Feb 19th 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Arts Building 111
Dancing With Ghosts is a shared evening of contemporary dance works by queer POC choreographers Kristianne Salcines and Randy Reyes. These fierce artists share their embodied research through practices of questioning and responsiveness. They perform survival, identity, intersectionality, presence, absence, democracy, community, process, performativity, and more.
There will glorious be dancing. There will be a mess. There will be discovery. These are urgent dance works of our time. Come and celebrate the radically transformative power of dance!
Kristianne Salcines is a queer Filipina born and raised in the Philippines currently based in LA and Berlin. They explore their cultural heritage and gender representation in their choreographic work.
Randy Reyes Randy Reyes is a queer-Latinx-brujx originally from NJ y Guatemala currently oscillating between the Bay Area, LA, and NYC. They explore Chinese Energetics, the presence of absence, collaborating with grief, joy, and the unseen.
Co-Sponsors: CSUSM Dance Studies, IRA, Experimental Dance Project Grant
November 29, 2018 - 7pm - Arts 101
featuring students in DNCE 311directed by Anya Cloud, Dance Studies faculty
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NOV 13th 2018, 4 pm, ARTS 111
A talk and discussion with Vika Stansky-Hernandez, M.A.
NOV 6th 2018, 4:30 pm, ARTS 111
Performances are November 7-10
Meet the Director Rebecca Johannsen, Co-Director John Moletress, and CSUSM Performers!
OCT 30th 2018, 4 pm, ARTS 111
OFF-CENTRE: The Annual CSUSM Spring Dance Concert
Dates: May 3 and May 4 at 7 pm
Location: ARTS 111 - Performance Hall
The Making of #negrophobia
Film screening and discussion with Jaamil Olawale Kosoko and special guests. What might queer, oblique, and alternative readings of society reveal about the inticacies and multiplicities of Blackness?
Hosted by the CSUSM Experimental Dance Project and funded by an IRA Grant.
Please note: The film includes brief nudity and performance text may include mature language.