Dance With The Earth: Spirit and Spectacle

Presented By: Amazing Earthfest

Topic: Dance.

Date: Sunday, October 4, 2020.

Time: 3:00 PM MDT* (Please note the time zone).  You will need to register below to receive the Zoom link for the event.

Join Maida Withers, Professor of dance at George Washington University on Zoom in exploring Earth as a source for artistic content, and Kanab as the artist’s place of birth.  Enjoy adventures and excerpts on film of dancers in the spectacular lands of Southern Utah and the Four Corners region with the award winning choreographer, dancer, and filmmaker.

Experience the Earth and the art of dance in new and challenging environments and engage in conversation about making dance works that reveal ancient and contemporary knowledge through the arts.  In this presentation, Maida Withers will show films of dancers on location in Utah and in performance at Lincoln Center Out of Doors, Great Dance in the Band Shell in New York City. 

If you’d like to learn more about Maida or to support her Dance Construction Company, please visit: http://maidadance.com

 

Please register below for this event to receive the link for the event:

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Rh9T82hNSRiQ1UWRPpkpLQ

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the conversation.

 

Our festival is made possible through your tax-deductible contributions.  We need your support!  Please consider making a one-time $20 donation when you register to attend.

For additional information about this event:

Event Contact Name: Maida Withers

Event Contact Phone: 703-300-4634

Event Contact Email: maidawithers@verizon.net

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