INTERSECTIONS－WACD Senior Projects Showcase 2017 highlights the creativity of 23 graduating seniors in the World Arts and Cultures/Dance department. This multidisciplinary program includes presentations ranging from dance, spoken word, and musical performances to film, visual art exhibitions, arts ethnography, and community engagement. These culminating projects provide WAC and Dance students with the opportunity to engage in exploratory processes of art making and intellectual inquiry, and to traverse the boundaries between individual creative expression, cross-cultural understanding, and social activism.
Join us for Intersections-the department’s Senior Projects Showcase with student performances and presentations in the Glorya Kaufman Dance Theater at 3:00 and 8:00 p.m. on Friday, May 26th and Saturday May 27th. Exhibitions of student work will also be on display before and after the live programs.
World Arts and Cultures/Dance (WACD) draws upon multiple disciplines and artistic approaches while encouraging students to position their work within broad social contexts and diverse cultural communities. WACD’s path-breaking programs are committed to academic excellence, diversity, freedom of expression, activism, and social transformation through the arts.