Global Water Dances At The Dome
“We are an organization of movement and water enthusiasts who believe that dance, like water, has the ability to stir up society and catalyze a ripple effect of change,” says Global Water Dances on their website.
“Through participatory art events, we partner with communities to generate local and global environmental awareness. We stand, stomp and reach for a world invested in clean, safe water for all.”
“We will be dancing for water! Join us in our dance, especially for Part 4 - audience dances!”
The worldwide group will host the “2013 Global Water Dances” at the MoMA PS1 VW Dome on Saturday, June 15, from 4 – 6 p.m.
The Coalition Against The Rockaway Pipeline (CARP) and Sonia from Anne's Seedballs, will also be participating in the event. Seedballs are made up of clay and mud with native, marsh hardy seeds, which help to rebuild and detoxify local shorelines.
Featured dancers and performers include Farhaana, Sandi Stratton-Gonzalez, Evie Ivy, Mindy Levokove, Carolyn Molotchev, Marta Vi, Lorraine LaPrade, Adrianne Payne, Patrice Payne and friends, plus Sandi's group of 3rd grade dance students, who will perform their original choreography to music called "The Whale.”
The MoMA Dome is located at Beach 94th Street and Shore Front Parkway.
Global Water Dances invite all to come and be part of the day.
As they enthusiastically say, “It’s Rockaway! How can you miss this???”