CHANGE FROM WITHIN: DIVERSIFYING THE ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT
We are delighted to announce Change from Within, the culmination of Jasmmine Ramgotra‘s Environmental Studies capstone internship with the Center for Creative Conservation. Change from Within explores the lack of diversity in the environmental field and solutions for improvement in the cross-disciplinary format of contemporary dance. Jasmmine creates a movement-based representation of her interviews with leaders of Seattle’s environmental community. Using the interview audio as a sound score, and four dancers to communicate the message, the performance presents clear takeaways about how to create positive change on an individual level. Read more on our website.
Thursday, June 1, 7-8pm, Olympic Sculpture Park, Paccar Pavilion, Seattle.
This performance will be followed by an audience and collaborator discussion.
Free with RSVP: http://seattleartmuseum.org/visit/calendar/events?EventId=56039
Friday, June 2, 3:30-4pm, Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center, University of Washington, Seattle
This performance is part of the Racial Ecologies Conference, and will be followed by a reception.
Free with RSVP for the post conference reception: com.uw.edu/racialecologies
Help keep Jasmmine’s work free and accessible for all by donating to her GoFundMe.
RACIAL ECOLOGIES CONFERENCE
The Racial Ecologies Conference will bring scholars from across the country together with locally based scholars and activists to exchange information and inspiration. Drawing from multiple disciplines, the conference will focus on collaborative research, on the unequal impact of environmental degradation, and on the work of communities of color to address those impacts. The conference is hosted by the UW Center for Communication, Difference, and Equity.
Thursday, June 1, 2:30-4pm & Friday, June 2nd, 8:30am-4:30pm
Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center, University of Washington, Seattle
Free with RSVP: http://ccde.com.washington.edu/racialecologies/