Bijayini Satpathy, formerly of Southern India's fabled Nrityagram Dance Ensemble and one of the world's leading dancers, offers a workshop on the fundamentals of Odissi dance technique and movements from her new solo work, ABHIPSAA - a seeking. This free and open-to-the-public event will take place in the second-floor Dance Cube in Duke's new Rubenstein Arts Center. All community dancers with a background in South Asian classical dance are welcome to attend.
Tuesday, December 7, 2021, 7-8:30 PM Rubenstein Arts Center, Rm. 224 Duke University 2020 Campus Drive, Durham Free & open to the public
Parking is available directly across the street from the Rubenstein Arts Center in the Campus Drive Lot, approximately a one-minute walk. The entrance to this lot is on Anderson Street, just north of Campus Drive, facing the west side of the Rubenstein Arts Center.
The residency by Bijayini Satpathy will culminate in the world premiere of their work ABHIPSAA - a seeking at Duke's Reynolds Industries Theater on Friday, December 10 and Saturday, December 11. Tickets and info available HERE.