Sun, Apr 22 | Fine Arts Building Room 129

Concrete Roots (dance performance)

Sunlight Collaboration is excited to present a personal response to an environmental issue affecting the earth, with an emphasis on its affect in Alaska. Through a mixed-media performance of dance, spoken word, music, and video, we hope to shed light on the impact of excessive man-made objects.
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Time & Location

Apr 22, 2018, 4:00 PM – 4:45 PM
Fine Arts Building Room 129, Fine Arts Building, 3640 Alumni Dr, Anchorage, AK 99508, USA

About the event

Seating strictly limited.

Sunlight Collaboration is excited to present a personal response to an environmental issue affecting the earth, with an emphasis on its affect in Alaska. Through a mixed-media performance, including dance, spoken word, music, and video, we hope to shed light on the negative impact of excessive man-made objects on the earth and those residing in it. Within the creative process, we plan on using personal thoughts and experiences, interviews, and researched realities of how the continued growth of unnatural objects and uncontrolled industrialization is polluting the earth and our state. In example, in order to construct a building, trees are cut down, dirt is dug up, and plants and animals lose a habitat. Even in Alaska, where the majority of land is wilderness, we are still beginning to see the impact of losing our nature to human facilities. One of our goals with this performance is to enlightened the community on the importance of prioritizing the conservation of nature and all of its elements.

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