November 6, 2018November 7, 2018
Arts@Tech Fun and Free Series: Choreographer Silvana Cardell presents an examination of the human experience of all people on the move, looking for new horizons. From the immigrant journey Cardell creates evocative forms of movement— abstract, personal, universal—performed with unrelenting physicality and striking moments of beauty. During this journey the audience becomes part of the experience, most notably at the conclusion of the work, when it is invited to join the dancers for a humble meal at the dinner table. A photo exhibition, “People on the Move” by Jennifer Baker, features personal stories of immigrants and will be on display in the lobby. The audience begins the evening's experience with the exhibit prior to moving to the Ferst stage for the dance performance.
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Pre-Show Lecture and Discussion, Tuesday, November 6 at 6 pm: Join choreographer Silvana Cardell as she talks about the origin of her work Supper, People on the Move. Ferst Center for the Arts Lobby.
The presentation of Cardell Dance is made possible by the New England Foundation for the Arts' National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.