Virtual Guided Movement Workshop with Kayla Hamilton
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Virtual Guided Movement Workshop with Kayla Hamilton

A woman moves her body in front of a projection in a dark room.
Kayla Hamilton. Courtesy of the Artist. Photo by Cherylynn Tsushima.

Join artist Kayla Hamilton for a virtual talk and movement exploration workshop in conjunction with the exhibition Carolyn Lazard: Long Take. Centering the untold stories of BIPOC disabled creatives, Hamilton uses a combination of release technique and traditional West African dance from Guinea and Mali to expand on themes at the intersection of race and disability. She uses audio description as an integral part of both her creative process and final piece.

For this workshop, Hamilton shares more about her work and invites you to come closer through a series of guided movement prompts that are integral to her choreographic process. The workshop is open to 40 participants, and no formal dance experience is needed.

This event will be held live on Zoom. Please register here.

Kayla Hamilton (she/her) is an artist, experience creator, and educator based in the Bronx, New York. As the artist describes, her work attends to our multiplicity and helps to undo the fragmentation of our identities, honoring the seen and the unseen in the space, illuminating the tension between what we perceive and understand.

Hamilton is a member of the 2017 Bessie Award–winning collective of skeleton architecture, or the future of our worlds, curated by Eva Yaa Asantewaa. Hamilton has also been in process with Gesel Mason Performance Projects, Sydnie L. Mosley Dances, Maria Bauman Morales/MBDance, and Nia Love. Her creative explorations have been presented at Gibney, Performance Space New York, and New Live Arts. Her work has been supported by Angela’s Pulse/Dancing While Black, National Performance Network, and Bronx Council on the Arts. When Hamilton is not dancing, she’s a special education teacher at the Highbridge Green School.

The online event will be audio described.

This program will have ASL interpretation, captioning, and audio description.

Patrons using Audio Description will need two devices, one that can join the zoom call over the internet and one that can make a phone call to listen to the Audio Description. Once you are in the zoom room please call (605) 313-5466 and enter access code 8485428 to connect to our Audio Describer.

For more information about accessibility or to request additional accommodations, call 612-375-7564 or email

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