MOVEMENT MASTER CLASS
MARCH 1, 2000,
$10 ($5 WALKER, MDA, AND INTERMEDIA MEMBERS)
INTERMEDIA ARTS, 2822 LYNDALE AVENUE SOUTH, MINNEAPOLIS 612.871.4444
MEMBERS PAY HALF
This comparative workshop
explores the three traditional movement forms practiced by Forgiveness
artists, including jinju (Peking Opera), Noh (Japanese masked-dance
theater), and Sal' puri (derived from the traditional shaman dance
of Korea). Artists will demonstrate and teach the unique aspects of each
form and compare and contrast them to give the audience a better understanding
of the aesthetics and characteristics of each. Space is limited. Reservations
are strongly recommended.
THE RESIDENCY ACTIVITIES AND PERFORMANCES
ARE PRESENTED BY WALKER ART CENTER PERFORMING ARTS AND EDUCATION/COMMUNITY
PROGRAMS DEPARTMENTS IN ASSOCIATION WITH ASIAN AMERICAN RENAISSANCE, CAAM,
INTERMEDIA ARTS, MINNESOTA DANCE ALLIANCE, THE KOREAN-AMERICAN TODAY AND
TOMORROW CENTER, AND THEATER MU.
FORGIVENESS WAS CO-COMMISSIONED BY THE WALKER ART CENTER, ASIA SOCIETY
(NYC), HEBBEL THEATRE (BERLIN), FESTIVAL D'AUTOMNE (PARIS), THE FLYNN
THEATRE (VERMONT), AND UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF
MICHIGAN, AND WAS MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY A GRANT FROM THE MEET THE COMPOSER/INTERNATIONAL
CREATIVE COLLABORATIONS PROGRAM, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE FORD FOUNDATION.
ADDITIONAL FUNDS PROVIDED BY THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS AND THE