LIBERATING DANCE PRACTICES
with Amelia Uzategui Bonilla
Take time to feel into your body, "stop thinking" and make a personal intention to liberate yourself, as you want, through your movement, your medicine.
8:00pm — 9:15pm
Donation-based. No one turned away for lack of funds. Welcomes historically marginalized and emerging identities.
Amelia Uzategui Bonilla (she/they) is a lifelong dancer who completed her BFA in Dance at the Juilliard School with Scholastic Distinction, completed a certification process in the Tamalpa Life/Art Process and an MA in Contemporary Dance Education at the HfMDK. They curate, choreograph and teach using decolonial, anti-racist and transdisciplinary approaches. In her courses, Amelia combines knowledge from dealing with traditional, somatic and contemporary dance forms from Peru, the United States and Europe.Registration
[ID: Amelia is pictured in profile against a dark background, kneeling brushing hair out of their shimmering blouse.]
Weekly online meeting that starts slow and seated, then gets up and flows into movement. Citing dances that were re-interpreted during the Afro-Peruvian cultural revival of the second half of the 20th century, this class invites movers to engage with their creative selves, moving to polyrhythmic music. Our ancestral dances have the potential to source feeling and sensation to the point of overriding society's imposed logics. Take this time to feel into your body, "stop thinking" and make a personal intention to liberate yourself, as you want, through your movement, your medicine.
Photo: David Poertner