UCLA Department of World Arts and Culture/Dance presents “un/ending,” a choreographic showcase exploring themes of cycles and transitions, by twelve graduating Dance Majors
Friday, May 12th, 7:30 PM
Saturday, May 13th, 2 PM
UCLA’s Glorya Kaufman Dance Theater
120 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90095
Paid parking is available in UCLA Lot 4. Enter campus from Sunset Blvd, at Westwood Plaza.
un/ending showcases twelve unique dance works, each choreographed by a member of the Class of 2023, including:
Marimar Lopez Tovar
Serving as both poignant reflection and joyful celebration, these carefully-crafted compositions represent a culmination of learning and achievement at UCLA.
As the cohort enters the final weeks of their undergraduate education, they invite you to witness their choreographic creations – a ceremony that is not a final bow, but instead a recognition of all that is to come: a lifelong performance that is un/ending.
Arrive early to the performance to preview an artistic gallery located in the theater, composed of graphic representations of each dance piece. A reception in the Kaufman Courtyard will follow Saturday’s matinee performance. Light refreshments will be provided, as well as the opportunity to speak with the performers and choreographers!
Reserve your tickets at: unending.eventbrite.com
About the Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance:
Defined by a dynamic blend of theory and practice, the Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance is led by a renowned faculty of scholars, activists, curators, filmmakers, and choreographers dedicated to critical cross-cultural analysis and art-making. The department is the place to make dances, explore digital media, curate exhibitions, become an arts activist, and develop scholarly expertise in culture and the arts. Multiple disciplines and artistic approaches are used to encourage students to position their work within broad social contexts. The path-breaking programs of the department are committed to academic excellence, diversity, freedom of expression, activism, and social transformation through the arts. To learn more, visit wacd.ucla.edu.