WORKSHOPS CURATED BY KYLE ABRAHAM-This week features Micaela Taylor

MacArthur Fellow and UCLA Professor Kyle Abraham curates free dance workshop open to all.

WORKSHOPS CURATED BY KYLE ABRAHAM-This week features Micaela Taylor

CALLING ALL DANCERS!

On the occasion of UCLA’s centennial celebration, the Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance (WACD) is opening its studio doors and emphasizing the public in public university.

Professional/university-level dancers from within the UCLA student body and beyond are invited to join us for a series of free two-hour dance workshops with leading choreographers and dance-makers, enabling students to create stronger connections within the dance world and explore ideas and techniques together.

Curated by WACD professor and MacArthur Fellow Kyle Abraham, workshops will take place on the first Saturday of every month from March to June. Capacity for each workshop is limited to 35 participants; preregistration is strongly encouraged.

FREE DANCE WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

Saturday, Mar. 7: Kyle Abraham

Saturday, Apr. 4: Micaela Taylor

Saturday, May 2: Genevieve Carson

Saturday, Jun. 6: Jacob Jonas

All workshops are from 12 pm – 2 pm

Glorya Kaufman Hall, Room 200

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dance-workshops-curated-by-kyle-abraham-tickets-97405830461

Micaela Taylor is a professional dancer/choreographer/ Artistic Director of The TL Collective. She is the recipient of the Inaugural Springboard EMERGE Choreographic Award and recently named one of Dance Magazine's "25 to Watch,” 2018. Her work is trailblazing in the city of Los Angeles and beyond. Alongside the launch of The TL Collective, Taylor has been commissioned to choreograph and teach by BODYTRAFFIC, Springboard Danse Montreal, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance, B12 Festival Berlin, Carlos Acosta’s Acosta Danza, and more.

Her work has been presented at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, Spring to Dance Festival, Ford Amphitheatre and more.

Photo: Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times

Contact

For inquiries and additional information, please contact:

Kyle Abraham

Professor

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