MSU Denver

songs of what remains

A Dance Event co-produced by the MSU Denver Department of Theatre and Dance and the MSU Denver Center for Visual Art

Date and Time: Friday, October 21 at 6:00pm 

Location: MSU Denver Center for Visual Art (965 Santa Fe Drive in Denver; located in the Santa Fe Arts District) 

About this EventThe MSU Denver Department of Theatre and Dance and the MSU Denver Center for Visual Art present songs of what remains on Friday, October 21 at 6:00pm. This dance event is inspired by works and themes featured in CVA’s Cultivate and Banana Craze exhibitions. Students from the Choreography 2 course engage with these compelling exhibitions through original dance works that illuminate a passage through cycles of loss, preservation, and creation. Dancers embody themes of survival and mourning, hunger and nourishment, rebellion and endurance, and isolation and community. The dancers’ raw physicality and intimate gestures offer an invitation for the audience to journey with them as they make their way through the traces of song, artifact, story, creation, and hope, searching for what remains amidst this broken and poetic landscape.

Please join us for this unique event, which is part of an ongoing series of collaborations between the MSU Denver dance program and the Center for Visual Art. songs of what remains is free and open to the public, but space is limited, so please register in advance to reserve a spot.

Registration: Register for this free event, as space is limited. Please consider donating to the Roadrunner Food Pantry to support MSU Denver students as part of your registration for this event.

For more information: Please contact Leslie Merrill Schmidt at [email protected] for more information.

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