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Root Division presents:

Wild Dance Performances

Saturday, August 12, 7:00pm-10:00pm, San Francisco


This one night only evening of performances compliments the visual art exhibition Wild. In the context of this show, dance offers a unique communication and physical questioning of the impermanent nature of our wild world and bodies. Performances invite a dialogue into how we attempt to contain, capture and confine the deep, infinite wild space of both our natural and pedestrian world.

This evening of performance intends to offer a palpable direct experience of our shared wild aliveness, joy and vulnerability. The immediacy of movement, live singing and interactive digital media compliments the visual exhibition's exploration of external and internal wild space. Formal presentations of dance include a variety of genres such as Contemporary, Urban and Improvisational forms, as well as, interventionist performance methods.

Featuring live performance by:

Concept Four, Choreographed by Natasha Adorlee Johnson
Dancers Kassidy Friend and Jessica Bozzo, Choreographed by Marlene Garcia
Dancers Sheila Russell, Mika Lemoine, and Jon Lee
Ragbag, Choreographed by Nina Wu and Rose Huey accompanied by live singing by Marissa Katarina Bergmann
Raiz de Agua

Saturday, August 12

Root Division
1131 Mission St.
San Francisco, CA, 94103


Phone: 415-863-7668
Contact: Amy Cancelmo

About Root Division:
A visual arts non-profit that connects creativity & community through a dynamic ecosystem of arts education, exhibitions & studios. We empower artists, foster community service, inspire youth, & enrich the Bay Area through engagement in the visual arts. We are a launching pad for artists, a stepping stone for educators and students, and a bridge for the general public to become art supporters.

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