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Thursday, November 6, 2014
5:00 p.m.

Jessica Gaines
Dancer and Choreographer

Coiffure: aBUNdance presents a tale of hair consciousness inspired by the works of Sonya Clark from Brides of Anansi. Using movements influenced by Modern dance, House music culture, Yoga, and Afro-Caribbean dance articulations, Jessica Gaines presents a dialogue-driven performance about the inference of hair as an art form and a way to impart discussion about Black female wisdom and societal complications.

This Community Conversation is organized in partnership with the Department of Drama and Dance.

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