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|MOVE! ACTIVATE! REMEMBER! Join the Los Angeles based Journal o MOVE! ACTIVATE! REMEMBER!|
|Date||Saturday May 19|
|Time||11:00 AM - 8:00 PM|
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|Southern Exposure 2901 Mission Street @ 25th|
PARTICIPATE IN A HISTORIC DANCE REENACTMENT
MOVE! ACTIVATE! REMEMBER!
A Weekend of Projects, Publications and Performances by the Journal of Aesthetics and Protest
Friday, May 18 - Saturday May 19, 2007 Locations: Southern Exposure (2901 Mission Street at 25th Street) and locations throughout the neighborhood
Join the Los Angeles based Journal of Aesthetics and Protest for a weekend of activity, dialogue and production at Southern Exposure. The Journal's aim is to activate culture with smart, anti-authoritarian discussions, publications, and events to help build good things and stop bad things in the world. Founded in 2001, the Journal is co-edited by Cara Baldwin, Marc Herbst, Robby Herbst, and Christina Ulke. http://www.journalofaestheticsandprotest.org
To participate or sign up for any of these activities call 415-863-2141 or email programs [at] soex.org. All activities and events take place at Southern Exposure unless otherwise noted.
SATURDAY, May 19, 2007
*3:30 - 4:30 pm
Anna Halprin Automobile Event and Blank Placard Dance Reenactments
LOCATION: Meet at SoEx, performed outdoors in Mission District
We invite you to join us in performing these simple powerful pieces in the streets of San Francisco. These collective movements derive from San Francisco's own avant-garde history. The San Francisco Dancer’s Workshop and Anna Halprin originally performed versions of these two choreographies in 1968 and 1970.
About the choreography:
-AUTOMOBILE EVENT involves moving purposefully over a row of cars parked on the street.
-BLANK PLACARD DANCE is a simple choreography where the dancers move in a line carrying blank white protest placards.
Dancers are encouraged to wear a monochromatic outfit (originally this peice was performed in all white).
To participate call 415-863-2141, email programs [at] soex.org, or come to SoEx.