Oct. 19: Performance & Artist Talk Potluck with Maura Garcia

Studio 720 | 6:30-7:30 pm

6:15-6:25 pm | Food Drop Off

6:30 pm | Performance followed by Artist Talk and Potluck

Join artist Maura Garcia for an evening of dance and conversation over shared food!

Bring a covered dish of your choice to Studio 720 and meet Maura before enjoying an excerpt of Maura’s newest choreography, followed by an artist talk. Discussions will center around the behind-the-scenes processes used to create choreography and convert everyday events into movements.

BRING YOUR OWN! If you are able, please being your own reusable (not disposable) plates, cups, bowls, utensils and anything else you may regularly use to eat a meal. It is suggested that you bring them in a bag or container so that you are able to place dirty plates, etc. back in the same bag.  Reusable plates, bowls, cups, napkins and utensils will also be available for those unable to bring their own.

About Maura: Maura Garcia (non-enrolled Cherokee/Mattamuskeet) is a dancer, a choreographer and the artistic director of Maura Garcia Dance (MGD). Her work is powered by a desire to perpetuate ancestral knowledge, actively respect the living earth, and further social justice. Maura’s artistic creations reflect the power of stories to form and change our realities. Through narrative-driven choreography, she seeks to form connections, empower Indigenous cultural values, and explore the rhythms of the natural world.

Photo Credit to Jenny Wheat

Feature Image Photographed by Christopher Randle