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    Movement Workshop: Interwoven Stories of Culture, Belonging, and Change, Facilitated by Ishami Dance Company

    May 11
    11:00 am
    12:30 pm

    Free

    movement workshop: Interwoven Stories of Culture, Belonging, and Change

    A workshop designed for anyone who is curious, open and willing to explore movement. This is not a technique or choreography class, it is rooted in improvisation, movement meditation and sharing energy with fellow movers. All ages and abilities are welcome.

     

    Limited spots available!

    ABOUT ISHAMI DANCE COMPANY

    Ishami is an Award-nominated South Asian Contemporary dance company who combine elements of South Asian Classical and Folk dance forms with Western dance forms, treading the line between traditional and modern. Ishami was founded by Amit Patel & Ishika Seth to spark conversations through art. After four sold-out shows in the Bay Area, they toured their original production “Pehchaan,” to New York earlier this year. Ishami’s mission is to explore, unite and amplify the diverse voices, stories and histories of the South Asian diaspora and dismantle social and cultural constructs. They aspire to show the beauty, depth and immense range of South Asian Contemporary movement locally and across the globe.

    Details

    Date:
    May 11
    Time:
    11:00 am12:30 pm
    Cost:
    Free
    Event Categories:
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    Organizers

    Oakland Asian Cultural Center
    ARTogether
    World Arts West

    Venue

    Oakland Asian Cultural Center
    388 9th St. #290
    Oakland,CA94607United States
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    Phone
    5106370455
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