Virtual Anti-Racist Dramaturgy Event guided by Practice Progress (Kai Hazelwood and Sarah Ashkin)
Saturday, December 18, 2021
Who is Practice Progress
Sarah Ashkin (she/her) is an educator, choreographer, scholar and trained facilitator committed to dismantling racism. Kai Hazelwood (she/her) is a passionate and experienced choreographer, movement director, performer, educator, producer, and activist. Together, as Practice Progress, they are addressing structural, professional, and interpersonal white supremacy through body-based learning.
Anti-Racist Dramaturgy – what to expect
Anti-Racist Dramaturgy is offered to creatives of all kinds committed to anti-racist making. This work draws on Kai and Sarah’s dual experience as anti-racist facilitators with Practice Progress and artistic directors of their own respective arts and social justice organizations, Good Trouble Makers, and GROUND SERIES. This event offers makers of all mediums a framework for ongoing anti-racist project design, production, and dramaturgy supported by examples from Kai and Sarah’s extensive practices as arts activists. Free to all participants.
Support and Funding
Anti-Racist Dramaturgy is supported by Pillsbury House and “is funded, in part, by Metropolitan Regional Arts Council through an appropriation from the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the State’s general fund.”
To be a part of this event, send an email to Sophie or call/text the number below and we will make sure you get the details!