Sans Souci Artist Chat: Intersectionality and Identity in Screendance

Sans Souci Artist Chat: Intersectionality and Identity in Screendance

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Sep 30, 2020

Sans Souci Artist Chat: Intersectionality and Identity in Screendance

Free and open to the public

Free and open to the public

  • Presented by: CU Theatre & Dance

An international panel of Sans Souci's contributing artists will discuss how race, racial justice, and gender and sexual orientation and expression are involved in their work. We'll ask: How do you think about the bodies you put onscreen in your work? How do you consider an audience's lenses for viewing your work while making it? What role does screendance in general play in this conversation? How would you change the scene (dance, film, dance film, film festivals, academy, any of the above) in the next 50 years to create a better landscape for all involved?

This event is presented as part of "Dancing on the Edge of Cinema: the Premiere of Sans Souci Festival." Learn more

Virtual event 

Even though we are not gathering in person, you can still enjoy this event from the comfort of your home. Stream this event Wednesday, Sept. 30, 9 a.m. right here at cupresents.org.

This event is presented through Zoom.

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