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Sugar Space Foundation Presents: Keith Johnson/Dancers

Presented by Sugar Space Foundation at Sugar Space Arts Warehouse, Salt Lake City UT

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Jul 14 - 15 2017
Sugar Space Foundation Presents: Keith Johnson/Dancers

Keith Johnson/Dancers returns to Salt Lake City with a full evening of dance.

The show features a world premiere duet, a solo from their Bodies Matter project in support of AIDS awareness, and two other favorites from their repertory. Keith Johnson has been called a postmodern romantic due to his ability to portray intimate moments of humanity. Don’t miss this special exhibition.

Seating is limited. Advance reservations are suggested.

KEITH JOHNSON/DANCERS was established in 1998 In Los Angeles, California by Keith Johnson. Keith received his MFA from the University of

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ADMISSION INFO

$15 General Admission

Contact: 888-300-7898

Email: admin@thesugarspace.com

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INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

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WORKSHOP AND CALL FOR PEFORMERS

Keith Johnson/Dancers will host a free, two hour workshop on Sat, July 15 at Sugar Space Warehouse.

The workshop will be based on the 8-hour installation art project, Bodies Matter, performed by Keith Johnson/Dancers on World AIDs Day Dec 1, 2016. This workshop will be used to increase awareness, fight prejudice and improve education on the subject.

Movers will create improvisational scores that will take direction from the architecture of the space, the subject matter and the energy of other bodies in the room. This is something used often by the company to create material for choreography.

These improvisational scores will be presented later that day at Mestizo Coffee House to engage, energize and reflect with the community.

BACKGROUND

On December 1, World AIDs Day, Keith Johnson and Dancers did an 8 hour long installation performance, to show support for people living with HIV and to commemorate those who have died from the disease. They invited the community, local artists, and shops to participate in this with them. They opened the installation to anyone at anytime for 8 hours and asked for donations which all went to St Mary’s to help raise awareness about HIV prevention and care. It was an incredible day and filled with love with a great response from the community.

As part of the Salt Lake installation, we will be inviting people, in the weeks preceeding the performance, to submit a photograph, poem, artwork, memory, etc. in rememberance of a loved one, friend, mentor or a person affected by the AIDS epidemic. If desired, these items may be included in the gallery/ performance exhibition.

DETAILS

FREE WORKSHOP: July 15th 10am-12pm at Sugar Space Arts Warehouse

INSTALLATION/PERFORMANCE: July 15th 2pm-3pm Mestizo Coffee House performed by Keith Johnson/Dancers and interested workshop participants. Donations will be requested at this event and given to the Utah AIDS Foundation

1. To Register for the Free Workshop and to Participate in Installation Performance please email: info@keithjohnsondancers.com

2. To Submit Poetry, Art, Photos, Memories in remembrance of those affected by the AIDS epidemic please email: info@keithjohnsondancers.com

The Installation Performance and Workshop is a collaboration between Keith Johnson/Dancers, Sugar Space Foundation and Mestizo Institute of Culture and Arts (MICA)

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

LOCATION

Sugar Space Arts Warehouse

132 South 800 West , Salt Lake City, UT 84104

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ACCESSIBILITY INFO

    • Wheelchair Access

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