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Where We Began: Home
A two part Arts Organizing Institute project

PART 1

WHEN: Saturday, February 10, 2018

WHERE: Tapestry Folkdance Center, 3748 Minnehaha Ave, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406

Join the Somali Museum's Dance Troupe for a movement workshop focusing on dance improvisation and warm-up techniques. Arts Organizing fellow, Alys Ayumi Ogura joins forces with Amal Rogers, rehearsal director of the Somali Museum’s dance program, to co-direct this unique improv dance workshop.

Registration is $5-$10 siding scale at the door.

This workshop is the first part of Ogura's Arts Organizing Institute project titled Where We Began: Home. Her project will culminate in a final dance performance featuring work developed during this workshop. Save the date for this final performance on Saturday, February 17th 7pm-8:30pm at Pangea World Theater!

PART 2
 

WHEN: Saturday, February 17 at 7 PM - 8:30 PM
WHERE: Pangea World Theater, 711 W Lake St  #101, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408

Please join us for an evening dance performance featuring a duet and two solo works by Arts Organizing Fellow, Alys Ayumi Ogura, and event collaborator, Amal Rogers. Ogura and Rogers will be joined on stage by attendees of The Movements That We Make Our Own, a dance workshop that will be held on February 10th.

Where We Began: Home reflects deeply on the origin of our movements, or our “home”—the point from where our movements originate, regardless of dance or movement type. Each of us is different, so each person’s “home” dictates that person’s unique movements. 
 

This event is the culmination of a two part project designed by Alys Ayumi Ogura as part of Pangea's 2017-18 Arts Organizing Institute.