This evening of dance shares work from UNCA faculty and students in the intimate setting of the theater in the roundat the BELK.
Student work generated from Choreographing Gender and Identity (a choreography class) will be shown next to student work created
independently from students taking technique, movement classes or mentored by faculty. Faculty research will be shared in finished and in-process versions in the community as well. The Spring Dance Sharing permits student and faculty work to be produced in collaboration with Drama students’ technical work in lighting and stage management. This sharing of work is meant to add to the dialogue surrounding dance and performance on campus while permitting students and faculty to share their work created side-by-side in a supportive way thus encouraging hands on learning in the theater space as well as appreciation of a variety of aesthetics and traditions. This evening length sharing aims to cross the boundaries of practice and identity in current global contemporary movement practices.
Both evenings are free and open to the community.