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Lauren Simpson Dance and Minnesota Street Project co-present Dance Exhibit, a multidimensional arts experience centered around a physical and embodied exploration of the Atrium space and the sculptures contained within. Beginning with beverages, snacks, and socializing, audiences will experience artworks by Dana Hemenway and Brion Nuda Rosch. The evening gradually moves from gallery environment into live performance with sound by Shanna Sordahl and lighting by Jack Beuttler. Following the performances will be a lecture/discussion led by some of the Bay Area’s most talented thought leaders and artists.
Arrive around 7:30PM for snacks and drinks for purchase from restaurant Besharam. Performance begins at approximately 7:45PM.
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Post performance lecture/discussion schedule:
Thursday May 9: Marie Tollon, Writer-In-Residence, ODC Theater                                                                         

Lingering between the inanimate and animate: What are the ways dance and visual arts cross pollinate?

Friday May 10: Sarah Hotchkiss, artist and visual arts editor, KQED 

The performativity of things

Thursday May 16: Karl Evangelista, composer


Abstraction and Activism - An Improviser's View Into the Politics of Art


Friday May 17: Claudia LaRocco, writer

There is a way in which the translator must love failure

Saturday May 18: Gerald Casel, choregrapher

Race and Abstraction

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For more information about speakers and other collaborators, please visit Lauren Simpson Dance.
* Photo credit: Robbie Sweeny




Lauren Simpson Dance and Minnesota Street Project co-present Dance Exhibit, a multidimensional arts experience centered around a physical and embodied exploration of the Atrium space and the sculptures contained within. Beginning with beverages, snacks, and socializing, audiences will experience artworks by Dana Hemenway and Brion Nuda Rosch. The evening gradually moves from gallery environment into live performance with sound by Shanna Sordahl and lighting by Jack Beuttler. Following the performances will be a lecture/discussion led by some of the Bay Area’s most talented thought leaders and artists.
Arrive around 7:30PM for snacks and drinks for purchase from restaurant Besharam. Performance begins at approximately 7:45PM.
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Post performance lecture/discussion schedule:
Thursday May 9: Marie Tollon, Writer-In-Residence, ODC Theater                                                                         

Lingering between the inanimate and animate: What are the ways dance and visual arts cross pollinate?

Friday May 10: Sarah Hotchkiss, artist and visual arts editor, KQED 

The performativity of things

Thursday May 16: Karl Evangelista, composer


Abstraction and Activism - An Improviser's View Into the Politics of Art


Friday May 17: Claudia LaRocco, writer

There is a way in which the translator must love failure

Saturday May 18: Gerald Casel, choregrapher

Race and Abstraction

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For more information about speakers and other collaborators, please visit Lauren Simpson Dance.
* Photo credit: Robbie Sweeny




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