Let's Talk Dance: Martha Graham, Women in Dance, and Dance as Activism

Justice Forum

With Let's Talk Dance, join us for various conversations, panels, Q&As, lectures, artist talks, pre- and post-performance discussions, podcasts, and more inspired by themes and topics of the current ballet and dance seasons. With each event, we will connect you to dance beyond performance and strive to inspire you towards a deeper appreciation for the world of dance.

Sat. Mar. 7, 2020 4p.m.

  • Genre

    Dance

  • Price Range

    $15.00

  • Runtime

    90 minutes

Leslie Andrea Williams in Martha Graham's Chronicle, photo by Hibbard Nash Photography

Program

Panel Discussion: Martha Graham, Women in Dance, and Dance as Activism

More about Let's Talk Dance
Join us for various conversations, panels, Q&As, lectures, artist talks, pre- and post-performance discussions, podcasts, and more inspired by themes and topics of the current ballet and dance seasons. With each event, we will connect you to dance beyond performance and strive to inspire you towards a deeper appreciation for the world of dance.

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