Camp Carlos: A Moving Identity
|Camp Carlos: A Moving IdentityMONDAY, JUNE 26, 2017, 9AM – 3PM EDT|
June 26-30 is for ages 10-12
Still objects can express movement and even dance in varied ways—from the female shaman transforming into a deer to the bronze, dancing Krishna to the Dogon mask that links earth and sky through dance. With Lori Teague, choreographer and professor of dance at Emory, children will learn to use movement improvisations and dance compositions to interpret these objects and others, as well as explore the multiple ways that their own identity is shaped by culture.