• Rembetiko is a type of music and lifestyle that was developed by the Greek refugees that lived for countless generations in Turkey and then were forced to move back to the motherland of Greece because of the threat of genocide. Yannis Adoniou Catherine Clambaneva and Leonidas Kassapides are exploring the style and importance of Rembetika […]

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  • Sun. Sept. 13, 2pm, Free September’s salon of emerging & established choreographers features an investigation of process from Here Now Dance Collective/Michelle Fletcher, Intrepid-Shelley Davis and Dancers probing extremely personal questions of religion and prayer, and Minna Harri’s exploration of what emerges out of a moment of impromptu creation. Photo by Quinn Wharton—Here Now Dance […]

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  • I wonder if my ancestors imaged that their children would ever come back home to Africa. After experiencing being captured beat, chained together and walked miles and miles from their homes, ancestral lands, family, language, culture, religion, food, flora and fauna to sit and wait in a dungeon. To be taken to a place on […]

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