The Global Village Experience
With Lula Washington Dance Theatre
Saturday, April 27, 2019
2 p.m. // Grow North Farm and Mountain View Boys & Girls Club
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Lula Washington Dance Theatre creates movingly eloquent works that touch the soul and speak to today's social concerns, calling for a more humanistic and compassionate world. The Global Village Experience is a community celebration and performance that explores transportation, home and connection.
A culmination of an 18-month project with Anchorage Concert Association, Catholic Social Services Refugee and Immigration Services (RAIS), L.A.-based Lula Washington Dance Theatre, Mountain View Boys & Girls Club, Alaska artists, and Anchorage community members, this event invites the outside in and the inside out with stories, art and dances from around the world and down the street.
Gather together in Mountain View and connect to the beauty, wonder, and joy in our global village. Free.
Join the celebration. Event opens at Grow North Farm, 3543 Mountain View Dr. (where the Mountain View Farmers' Market is), and proceeds to Mountain View Boys & Girls Club. Bus route 20.
A shuttle will be provided for transportation between the Grow North Farm and Boys & Girls Club.
Lula Washington Dance Theatre makes a difference through dance
This event is part of the project HOME | Connecting Communities & Breaking Down Walls. Learn more.
The Global Village Experience is presented by Lula Washington Dance Theatre, Anchorage Concert
Association, and Catholic Social Services Refugee and Immigration Services
(RAIS) in collaboration with Mountain View Boys & Girls Club, Alaska Native
Heritage Center, DanceWest, Sankofa Dance Theatre,
Underground Dance Company, Bartlett High Chinese Language Students, Tomodachi Daiko, UAA Dance, Momentum Dance Collective, People Mover, The Mayor's Office, Anaya Latin Dance, Bridge
Builders of Anchorage, Anchorage Youth Development Coalition, Bike Anchorage,
and Anchorage Community Land Trust.
Getting there and what to expect
Bus, bike, and carpooling encouraged! This free celebration and performance explores transportation, home, and connection in Anchorage. Everything starts at Grow North Farm at 3543 Mountain View Dr., site of the Mt. View Farmers Market across the street from Clark Middle School
This project was made possible through a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.