PERFORMANCE | Time to Talk with the Davalois Fearon Dance Company
Time to Talk is a multimedia dance piece rooted in research on American history, dance history, racial identity formation, and systemic racism. It is inspired by Davalois Fearon‘s own experience of oppression and racial bias within academia. Dynamic fluid dance, live music, and visual art are used as tools to bring attention to inequalities within the dance field and society at large.
Davalois Fearon Dance was founded by Artistic Director Davalois Fearon in 2016 with a mission to push artistic and social boundaries. Fearon is a Bessie award-winning, critically acclaimed artist whose choreography has been presented nationally and internationally, including by the Joyce Theater and The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
This program is presented in conjunction with the current exhibition Black Refractions: Highlights from the Studio Museum in Harlem
Photos: Andrew Lee Imaging
Public programs at MoAD are supported in part by Target.
This program is made possible by the generous support from Art Bridges