Acclaimed dancer and choreographer Camille A. Brown sits down for a conversation with UR professor Alicia Diaz to discuss dance as a platform for creative expression, protest, and healing and how communities can use movement as a source of empowerment.
Thursday, September 26
12 – 1:15 PM | FREE
Boatwright Library, University of Richmond (261 Richmond Way)
Light lunch provided
Camille A. Brown is a prolific Black female choreographer reclaiming the cultural narrative of African American identity. Her trailblazing work mixes ancestral stories and pop culture references to examine aspects of black existence that have been revised, appropriated, or silenced. She develops and teaches community-based dance and social justice activities that engage the Black community and Black allies. Most recently, her TED-Ed Talk A Visual History of Social Dance in 25 Moves was chosen as one of the most notable talks of 2016.
Her company, Camille A. Brown & Dancers, will perform at the Modlin Center on Friday, September 27 at 7:30 PM. Tickets and info available at modlin.richmond.edu.
Hosted by Modlin Center for the Arts in partnership with Boatwright Memorial Library