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October 2017

Israeli Folk Dance Deconstructed w/ Hadar Ahuvia

Sun, October 29, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Brooklyn Studios for Dance, 210 Lafayette Avenue
Brooklyn, 11238 United States
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$10 - $15

Israeli Folk Dance Deconstructed w/ Hadar Ahuvia (BkSD Artist in Residence) Sundays October 29, November 5, and November 12 2-4pm $15/$10 Artist/Low Income Rate We will gather to dance and decolonize early Israeli folk dances. Dances that were choreographed beginning in the 1930s to embody Zionist ideology. We will discuss the choreographers relationship to the diaspora, European folklore, their responses to anti-semitism, and the role of appropriated gestures from Jewish Yemenite and Palestinians communities in the creation and dissemination of…

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November 2017

Israeli Folk Dance Deconstructed w/ Hadar Ahuvia

Sun, November 5, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Brooklyn Studios for Dance, 210 Lafayette Avenue
Brooklyn, 11238 United States
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$10 - $15

Israeli Folk Dance Deconstructed w/ Hadar Ahuvia (BkSD Artist in Residence) Sundays October 29, November 5, and November 12 2-4pm $15/$10 Artist/Low Income Rate We will gather to dance and decolonize early Israeli folk dances. Dances that were choreographed beginning in the 1930s to embody Zionist ideology. We will discuss the choreographers relationship to the diaspora, European folklore, their responses to anti-semitism, and the role of appropriated gestures from Jewish Yemenite and Palestinians communities in the creation and dissemination of…

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Israeli Folk Dance Deconstructed w/ Hadar Ahuvia

Sun, November 12, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Brooklyn Studios for Dance, 210 Lafayette Avenue
Brooklyn, 11238 United States
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$10 - $15

Israeli Folk Dance Deconstructed w/ Hadar Ahuvia (BkSD Artist in Residence) Sundays October 29, November 5, and November 12 2-4pm $15/$10 Artist/Low Income Rate We will gather to dance and decolonize early Israeli folk dances. Dances that were choreographed beginning in the 1930s to embody Zionist ideology. We will discuss the choreographers relationship to the diaspora, European folklore, their responses to anti-semitism, and the role of appropriated gestures from Jewish Yemenite and Palestinians communities in the creation and dissemination of…

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