“My dance will be an attempt to remember my name. I must have lost it somewhere along the dark alleys of Memory. I’ve been wandering ever since.” —Faustin Linyekula
Join Congolese choreographer Faustin Linyekula to explore ways that movement, individual identity, and personal memory can aid a choreographer in the development of their craft. In this workshop, participants will investigate how their voice can be expressed through their own unique movement vocabulary. Professional dancers or advanced-level, preprofessional college students preferred. Limited to 15 participants.