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Memory Is Ritual: An Embodied Dance Featuring the North Carolina Central University Dance Company

Dancers from the North Carolina Central University (NCCU) dance program will perform original choreography that explores rituals of lament, release, and hope. This performance is an extension of the The Beautiful Project’s installation at the NCMA, Memory Is Ritual: A Remembrance of Ourselves, part of the exhibition NC Artist Connections.

After each performance there will be a talkback, or informal discussion with the audience, with the chair of NCCU’s dance department, Dr. Kristi Vincent Johnson, and The Beautiful Project’s creative director, Khayla Deans.

  • 11 am talkback: moderated by Sandra Dubose, motivational speaker/performer
  • Noon talkback: moderated by Sandra Dubose
  • 2 pm talkback: moderated by Carly Prentis Jones, CEO of Artspace/performer
  • 3 pm talkback: moderated by Carly Prentis Jones

Date

Oct 09, 2021

Time

11:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Cost

Free

Location

East Building
For More Information:
(919) 715-5923
Wednesday through Sunday, from 10 am to 5 pm

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