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Classe de mouvement avec Naomi Bragin

10h00 à 11h00

Édifice Wilder, Montréal


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Venez bouger pour bien démarrer la journée avec cette classe de mouvement tous niveaux donnée par la chorégraphe américaine Naomi Bragin. Cet atelier marque le début de la 3e journée (chargée en conférences, projections, performances et discussions) des Rencontres Internationales Regards Hybrides 2019.

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À propos de Naomi Bragin (en anglais seulement) :

«I am a streetdancer, performance artist, scholar and educator. I teach courses in performance studies, critical race and gender studies, and dance at the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, University of Washington Bothell. At UWB I help organize Critical Acts: Socially Engaged Art + Performance Research Group, which produces an annual performance festival, including a national artist residency and showcase of outstanding student performances.

My research is published in The Drama Review, Women and Performance, Tropics of Meta, and the forthcoming Oxford Handbook of Hip Hop Dance. My writing has won awards from The Drama Review, Congress on Research in Dance, and American Society for Theatre Research. My current book project Black Power of Hip Hop Dance: On Kinethic Politics studies political aesthetics of streetdance practices emergent in California during the 1970s funk and disco eras and has been funded by the UC President’s Postdoctoral Fellowship, Simpson Center for Humanities Society of Scholars Fellowship, UW Royalty Research Fund and National Endowment of the Humanities.

As founding director of DREAM, a nationally-touring streetdance company sponsored by Oakland’s Destiny Arts Center, I was a NYC Hip Hop Theater Festival Future Aesthetics Artist and won awards from Creative Work Fund, East Bay Community Foundation, Zellerbach Foundation and People United for a Better Oakland. Full Circle, an exploration of hip hop and Cuban rumba, was finalist for the Isadora Duncan Dance Award for Best Choreography.

Little Brown Language is my new performance research work, a dance-incantation that brings women’s relational voice to bear on historical texts of Spanish colonization and Catholic conversion, in the Philippines and Venezuela. We perform acts of translation to address pasts and those passed who live on, interwoven with memories of our mothers, motherlands and mother tongues. Little Brown Language showcased at On the Boards North West New Works Festival, June 2019. In Seattle, I facilitate a creative process group for PNW performance artists called con’spirar: a folxart salon.»