Participation Wanted! Come Join the Procession! Visionary Aponte: Art & Black Freedom

Visionary Aponte procession
Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - 6:00pm

Participation wanted! Come join the procession! 
Visionary Aponte: Art & Black Freedom
aponte.dukefsp.org

Be a part of the opening of this extraordinary event by participating in the opening procession on-site at the Power Plant Gallery at American Tobacco Campus. 

Join multidisciplinary Caribbean choreographer/dancer and scholar Yanique Hume and Calabasa Calabasa: Dancing and Making the Music of Life, directed by Duke Dance Program's Andrea E. Woods Valdés, in celebrating the opening of the Visionary Aponte: Art & Black Freedom art exhibit at the Power Plant Gallery.

Opening Procession - Power Plant Gallery at American Tobacco Campus

No dance or music experience necessary. All are welcome to participate!

  • Wednesday, September 19th 6PM. (Procession participants are asked to arrive at 5:30PM in front of the Power Plant Gallery. 320 Blackwell St., Durham (American Tobacco Campus). View Map
  • All procession participants are asked to come to two rehearsals with Yanique Hume on Saturday, September 15th and Sunday September 16th, 6:30-9PM. Ark Dance Studio - 14 Epworth Dorm Lane, Duke East Campus. Enter at N. Buchanan and Trinity. Free parking

Questions/Info. contact: Andrea E. Woods Valdés ae.woodsv@duke.edu

This event is a part of Visionary Aponte: Art & Black Freedom, a nine-week art exhibit and accompanying series of conversations, screenings, performances, residencies, and workshops at Duke University organized by the Power Plant Gallery and the Forum for Scholars and Publics. The exhibit is curated by Édouard Duval-Carrié and Ada Ferrer and is based on a digital humanities project called Digital Aponte

Find more information online at aponte.dukefsp.org.

The Ark & the Power Plant Gallery