At Home in this World? Indonesian, Filipino, and U.S. Music, Dance, and Theater
Exciting performances by artists from Indonesia, the Philippines, and the U.S.
Wednesday, July 19, 20067:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Glorya Kaufman Dance Theater
Los Angeles, CA 90095
July 19 - Performances by artists from Indonesia, the Philippines, and the U.S.
See photos at http://www.wac.ucla.edu/cip/appex/2006/APPEXPerformances.html
Performances by Fellows of the UCLA Asian Pacific Performance Exchange (APPEX) Program.
APPEX Fellows 2006
18 artists, from Asia and America, were selected through a highly competitive review process to participate in the 2006 Asia Pacific Performance Exchange Fellowship (APPEX) program from July 3-August 11, on the UCLA Campus. APPEX is the groundbreaking laboratory where artists teach their craft to each to her and create work together. Since its inception in 1995 APPEX has brought together more than 200 traditional and contemporary artists from Asia and the USA. In this postmodern world where it is so easy to co-opt imagery and create cultural pastiche, it is essential that we seek collaborative models that are equitable, self-reflexive and culturally informed. Join us to witness the efforts of the APPEX artists and consider the benefits of international exchange and collaboration.
APPEX Artists' Bios
Individual works Performances
July 19, Wednesday
July 21, Friday
August 9, Wednesday
August 11, Friday
Time: 7:00 pm
Glorya Kaufman Dance Theater UCLA
120 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles
$12; $10 students & seniors
$36 to attend all 4 shows. Limited offer.
Funded by U.S Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, National Endowment for the Arts, Ford Foundation, Ford Foundation-Jakarta and National Commission for Culture and Arts-Philippines. Co sponsor: UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture, UCLA Department of World Arts & Cultures and UCLA Center for Southeast Asian Studies
Parking at UCLA costs $8.
Cost : $12; $10 students & seniors
Sponsor(s): Center for Southeast Asian Studies, World Arts & Cultures/Dance, UCLA Center for Intercultural Performance, UCLA School of Arts & Architecture