Elaborating tradition - Page 2

CounterPULSE's Performing Diaspora explores the state (and states) of ethnic dance in the Bay Area

Choreography by Byb Chanel Bibene

In all, the event generated a lot of productive questions and considerable momentum for the fifth annual Performing Diaspora series (this year curated by Roko Kawai, Lily Kharrazi, and Umi Vaughan), which features work-in-progress showings from six individual artists over two weeks. The varied stories and distinctive aesthetic styles on display amount to a unique tribute to the cultural persistence and improvisation that make up life in the diaspora. *


Through Aug. 25

Thu-Sun, 8pm, $22-$32


1310 Mission, SF




I will do the same thing for my wedding website!

Posted by www.fatherofgroom-speech.com on Jan. 17, 2014 @ 7:13 am

if this is traditional then I should follow your advice for my business!

Posted by article on Feb. 12, 2014 @ 2:29 am

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