Bringing together dance, music, and Indigenous languages, Dancing Earth will explore native plants, foods, and seeds as metaphors for the powerful potential of every community we touch. Dancing Earth and choreographer Rulan Tangen are Dance Magazine’s pick as one of “25 To Watch,” and have been awarded the New Mexico School for the Arts Community Arts Leadership Award and the 2015 Arts & Social Change Award from Arts and Healing Network.

Sponsored by Paul M. Angell Family Foundation, Demara Titzer, and JTH Productions.

See the full program guide and learn more about Dancing Earth here.

Dancing Earth will also perform during our Art Night Out on November 12!

Photography by Paulo Tavares for Dancing Earth.

 

November 17, 2016
DANCING EARTH
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Performance Lab » Dancing Earth Presents Seeds: Red Generation

Bringing together dance, music, and Indigenous languages, Dancing Earth will explore native plants, foods, and […]
November 16, 2016
DANCING EARTH
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College Hang Out » Rulan Tangen

College students, join us for an evening with Rulan Tangen! Tangen united her lifelong love […]
November 12, 2016
DANCING EARTH
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Gallery Conversation » Dancing Earth

Join Rulan Tangen in a discussion about artworks in Crystal Bridges’ permanent collection that focus […]