PREMIERE OF "CHANNEL/1836"

Karen Stokes Dance premieres "Channel/1836," a film and live dance performance that connects dance with Houston History, on October 1 & 2 at "Dance, Flim, & Conversation."

DANCE FILM & CONVERSATION: Oct 1 & 2, 2014

From the Director:

Karen Stokes Dance is engaged in the making of a new large-scale project titled "DEEP: Seaspace."  This project explores Houston from the perspectives of sea and space.  The project has multiple initiatives that will unfold over the next two years. The first of these will be presented in our upcoming show "Dance, Film, & Conversation."  "Channel/1836," celebrates the history and significance of the Buffalo Bayou and the Houston Ship Channel.  "Channel/1836" includes both new dance for camera project and a live performance piece. We invite you to join us in our journey of exploring Houston history through contemporary dance. I look forward to talking to you at "Dance Film & Conversation." 

 

I hope you take time to read this lovely article in Change Magazine about this project:  History Through Dance.

 

Best, Karen