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Building Racial Equity in the Arts through Dance: Deconstructing the Erotic in Jamaican Dancehall, with A’Keitha Carey

May 22 @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm

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One event on May 26, 2021 at 4:00 pm

Deconstructing the Erotic in Jamaican Dancehall
Facilitated by A’Keitha Carey, founder of CaribFunk

Saturday, May 22nd from 12:30pm-2:30pm EDT AND/OR Wednesday, May 26th from 4-6pm EDT | Register: https://withribbon.com/u/clancyworks | FREE

Presented by ClancyWorks Dance Company in partnership with Rajeeyah Finnie Myers, Affiliate Trainer with Narrative Arts and Culture (NAC) at Race Forward.

Through dance and discussion join us in exploring, CaribFunk, a technique that addresses identity, culture, and citizenship. Continue the conversation on dismantling racism within the dance world(s) and reimagining a more inclusive dance education where BIPOC students’ needs are met and all dancers are able to flourish.


As part of an ongoing monthly series titled Building Racial Equity in the Arts through Dance (B.R.E.A.D.) these FREE workshops are Presented by ClancyWorks Dance Company in partnership with Rajeeyah Finnie Myers, Affiliate Trainer with Narrative Arts and Culture (NAC) at Race Forward. These workshops led by various facilitators from organizations who have proven backgrounds in facilitating racial justice trainings are open to dancers, teaching artists, educators and the wider dance community. Please email bread@clancyworks.org with any questions. ⁠

 

FREE Online Virtual Zoom Session | REGISTER: https://withribbon.com/u/clancyworks

Learn more about B.R.E.A.D. and upcoming/past workshops HERE.

 

Save the Date for Upcoming Workshops:
Wednesday, June 23rd from 4pm-6pm EDT and Saturday June 26th from 12:30-2:30pm EDT