National Water Dance Project
April 16, 2016
04:00 PM - 06:00 PM
University of Rochester, River Campus
The National Water Dance Project is a collective of dance artists and educators stretching from coast to coast and from Alaska to Florida who are creating a "movement choir," a simultaneous, site-specific performance of dancers and movers of all ages and experience, to bring attention to the pressing issues of water in the United States. The UR Program of Dance & Movement's contributing performance features choreography created by UR students and faculty and staged on the banks of the Genesee River, and will be nationally podcast.
For more information on the national event and podcast, visit nationalwaterdance.org