Enhance your imagination through a unique workshop offered on Saturday, March 8, 11-1pm. Come explore! Engage in a creative process filled with movement, writing, theater & video exercises as a means to develop stories through performance.
Lenora Lee Dance creates large-scale multimedia performance works integrating dance, original music, video, and text that connect various styles of movement and music to culture, history and human rights issues. Lenora has been a dancer, choreographer and artistic director for the past 16 years in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York. In 2013 she was an Artist Fellow at the de Young Museum and a Djerassi Resident Artist. She is currently a Visiting Scholar at New York University through the Asian / Pacific / American Institute.
Video of Lenora’s recent performance piece “Rescued Memories: New York Stories” (2013)
Rescued Memories: New York Stories (short) from Lenora Lee on Vimeo.
After the workshop, check out Lenora’s presentation of The Making of “The Escape” and “Rescued Memories: New York Stories” from 1-2pm >
For more information or if you have questions, email Lenora@asianimprov.org.
Please dress in comfortable clothes and RSVP here: