1001 Arab Futures - LIVE DANCE PERFORMANCE
Date(s) - 06/10/2021 - 06/12/2021
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Minnesota Conservatory For the Arts
The Cedar Tree Project & The Minnesota Conservatory For The Arts
Minnesota Conservatory For the Arts (dance,music, theatre, & visual art)
1164 West Howard Street
Winona, MN 55987
From, June 10, 2021, to June 12, 2021, at 7 pm CDT.
About this event
The Cedar Tree Project, curated by Keoxa/Winona dance/interdisciplinary artist Sharon Mansur is thrilled to present the immersive arts event 1001 Arab Futures, in partnership with the Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts.
1001 Arab Futures is an intimate outdoor site-specific solo dance performance and visual installation contemplating imaginative visions, past reckonings, embodied truths and other future potentials from the Arab diaspora.
Yara Boustany, Lebanese dance artist (Lebanon)
Mette Loulou von Kohl, Lebanese/Palestinian/Danish American dance artist (New York City)
Andrea Shaker, Lebanese American visual artist (Minneapolis)
Concept/Creative Contributions/Performance: Sharon Mansur
Lebanese American dance/interdisciplinary artist (Keoxa/Winona, MN)
Sound by: woolen lover
Costume by: Angie Vo
Live Performance Guidelines
Please wear comfortable shoes for walking in grass.
Bringing your own lawnchair or blanket is also recommended.
Indoor restrooms will be available on site.
This performance will be held in the outdoor green spaces near the Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts building. The audience will be moving to three different locations.
The terrain is mostly grass with some sidewalk access for the final location.
There are no stairs or dramatic inclines.
There will be a limited number of chairs available upon request.
A limited number of volunteers will be available for additional assistance .
Please email email@example.com for any additional accessibility requests or questions.
COVID Safety Policy
While we understand that restrictions are ever evolving we will be requiring that each audience member wear a mask for the duration of the performance. This policy will be strictly enforced both outside and inside the Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts.
Social distancing of six feet will also be required. There will be guidelines for placement of the audience to ensure social distance.
Please note that the performer will not be wearing a mask while performing.
Virtual performance viewing will also be available.
Online viewing will be available June 17th – 19th.
Additionally there will be a virtual watch party on Saturday June 19th at 7:00 PM CST with an artist discussion immediately following .
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