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DANCE PERFORMANCE AND TALK: Israeli Culture and Dance

DANCE PERFORMANCE AND TALK: Israeli Culture and Dance
Nov 02 2021 | 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

DANCE PERFORMANCE AND TALK: Israeli Culture and Dance

LIVE AT KENNESAW STATE

IN PERSON EVENT AND LIVE STREAM
DANCE PERFORMANCE AND TALK
 
Please join The Breman Museum and Department of Dance at Kennesaw State University for a discussion about dance, art and Israeli culture and identity
 
WHEN: NOV 2 | 7 PM
  • In Person – Chastain Pointe Facility | 1200 Chastain Rd Building 300, Suite 306, Kennesaw GA 30144 : In-Person RSVP
COST: Free | RSVP Required
 
Our Panel
  • Ido Gidron - Guest Artist
  • Elinoy Granot - Israel Fellow at KSU Hillel
  • Ruti Padan - Hebrew Professor & Israeli Folk Dance Practitioner
  • Moderated by Leslie Gordon, The Breman Museum, Executive Director
 
Israel Institute Visiting Artist Ido Gidron offers a glimpse into his studio process through the sharing of his choreographic work which features dance students from Kennesaw State University where Gidron currently serves as Artist in Residence. Following the showing of his work in progress, he will be joined by a distinguished panel for a discussion on art and Israeli culture and identity.

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