How does your story connect with others? How does your story inspire others? How do our collective stories celebrate who we are? And how can dance and movement weave these stories together as one?
The Alabama Dance Council invites you to gather with dancemakers and fellow community members to explore the idea of place, home and community, as part of Alabama’s Bicentennial. “Stories in Motion: Community Celebration Gatherings,” A Bicentennial Dance Project Celebrating Alabama’s Cultural Perspectives will be held at Alabama Waldorf School on April 8, 2 - 4 pm. Five guest artists and five Alabama artists who represent different cultural perspectives will tell stories through movement and dance. Special guests include AWS founder Sheila Rubin, and Pia Sen, who is currently leading AWS 5th & 6th Graders in a collaborative Indian dance performance with the Notinee Dance Troupe (to be held in Sept 2018).
Join us for food and fellowship, dance making, and story circles to share reflections of how we are connected to Alabama, what connects us as members of a community, and how our sense of home and history further connect us.
This event is free and open to the public! For more information, email or call 205-592-0541.
“Stories in Motion: Community Celebration Gatherings”
AWS Community Hall
Sunday, April 8, 2018
2 - 4 pm
Alabama Waldorf School