Premiere of Everyday People Everyday Action: Clinard Dance with flamenco (M. Temo- flamenco guitarist), hip hop, & beat boxing, Chicago, IL, 11/24/19

Premiere of Everyday People Everyday Action: Clinard Dance with flamenco (M. Temo- flamenco guitarist), hip hop, & beat boxing, Chicago, IL, 11/24/19

Posted by admin - November 7th, 2019

Clinard at 20: Premiere of Everyday People Everyday Action

Clinard Dance Premieres ‘Everyday People Everyday Action’ at the National Museum of Mexican Art, November 24, 2019

Clinard Dance presents the premiere of Everyday People Everyday Action. The premiere is the culmination of a three year long project with Japanese photographer Akito Tsuda, inspired by his photos of Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood in the early 1990′s.

Sunday, Nov. 24
National Museum of Mexican Art 1852 W. 19th St. Chicago, IL
$25 $15 (Children & Seniors) Purchase tickets here
Time: 2pm.
The museum is open 10am-5pm and is free and open to the public. Read More »

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Temo part of Clinard Dance presents “Everyday People/Everyday Action” Breaking Boundaries in Flamenco Symposium, Oberlin, Ohio, 3/15/19

Posted by admin - February 20th, 2019

Breaking Boundaries in Flamenco Symposium
Oberlin College Campus
March 13-16, 2019

A symposium featuring international guest artists & speakers breaking conceptual and cultural boundaries. This weekend of interdisciplinary performances, presentations, and dialogue centers on experimental flamenco across the Americas. It focuses on the socio-political and economic resources that shape flamenco as a globalized and commercialized form, and the creative and cultural frameworks artists currently utilize to resist social and economic limitations. The event aims to generate new perspectives on the underlying political structures shaping flamenco, and diversify Oberlin’s cultural offerings for students and the community.

Sponsored by the following Oberlin College departments: Dance, Politics, GSFS, Hispanic Studies, and Ethnomusicology, as well as The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Grant for the Oberlin Center for Languages and Cultures and The Ellen Johnson Fund for Contemporary Art and the Dean of Students

See update : Ticket link for Clinard performance below

Clinard Dance presents “Everyday People/Everyday Action”
Artists:
Flamenco dancer, Wendy Clinard
Violinist, Steve Gibons
Flamenco guitarist/singer, Marija Temo
Beat Boxer, Yuri Lane
Hip Hop dancer, Christopher Courtney
Photographs by Akito Tsuda

Artist talk-back to follow

Fri., 3/15/19
8:00-9:30 pm
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