NEVADA CITY–Project Wild Edges Open Rehearsal
NEVADA CITY–Project Wild Edges presents Joy Harjo’s poem “ A Map to the Next World” performed through spoken word, music, and dance as a work in progress. The cast has […]
ONLINE PRESENTATION–Virtual Encounters with World Music and Dance: The Traditional Music & Dance of Maguindanao, Philippines
ONLINE PRESENTATION–This live-hosted music and dance presentation, featuring musicians and dancers from the Samahan Filipino American Performing Arts & Education Center and ethnomusicologist Dr. Bernard Ellorin, will explore the rich […]
Celebrating Intersections Between the Humanities & Poetry: A Look at Recent Grantee Projects
Recent grantee projects that utilize poetry to connect to the humanities.
An Interview with Sadie Weinberg on the “The Suffrage Project: Contextualizing the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment Through Dance”
The suffrage project is an interdisciplinary Arts + Humanities project, supported by a Humanities for All Quick Grant.
APTOS—Nido de Lenguas: Pop-Up at Latino Role Models Conference
Learn about the indigenous languages of Oaxaca at the Latino Role Models Conference.
LOS ANGELES—Exhibit and Performance: One Leg at a Time
See a culminating exhibition & performance for a dance rehabilitation series held for incarcerated women.
SAN FRANCISCO―New York Times Op Docs at The Vogue
Join New York Times Op Docs for a screening of “Walk Run Cha Cha” and other Op Doc shorts at The Vogue.
SAN FRANCISCO—Picture Bayview Hunters Point
An interdisciplinary, site-specific performance that focuses on the dreams and aspirations of local residents in a changing neighborhood.
NEW YORK TIMES OP-DOCS―Walk Run Cha Cha
See the documentary “Walk Run Cha Cha” for free online at New York Times Op Docs.
LOS ANGELES—Ceremony: Danza Temachtia Quetzalcoatl 13th Anniversary & Huey Miccailhuitl Celebration
Experience and observe Danza Temachtia Quetzalcoatl’s 13th Anniversary & Huey Miccailhuitl Celebration honoring the dead in an indigenous tradition.