Ananya Chatterjea will conduct a “Choreographing Equity/Staging Social Justice” workshop, 2:30pm-4pm, Tue, May 10, for Arts in a Changing America, part of the four-day Placemaking Residency: Design for Equity, held at a variety of Twin Cities venues.
Many sessions free and open to public with some space limits. Register online by May 9.
Tuesday, May 10, 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. ArtChangesUs@Design for Equity
Minneapolis Institute of Art, 2400 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis
Resident: Arts in a Changing America, Wing Young Huie
Hosted in partnership with Minneapolis Institute of Art and with generous support from the Bush Foundation
Register online here.
Join us to chart shifting demographics with art that fearlessly responds to an ever-changing USA. Featuring open plenary session with a call and response by four national and local artists, six break out sessions led by national and local artists using comedy, music, performance, visual arts, and writing as exploration, and closing performance. View the artist bios.
Choreographing Equity/Staging Social Justice – Ananya Chatterjea
What might we learn from a practice of dancing mindfully with strangers, filling spaces with intentional presence, and pressing past limits imposed on us by ourselves and by others? How can we channel current social movements for justice to create a choreographic practice of #occupydance? This participatory workshop explores movement and text-based strategies to imagine and embody what justice might look and feel like. Participants need not be trained in movement. Persons of all abilities welcome!