Boulder Global Water Dances: Water Connects Us All
Water - how do you relate to this precious resource in your daily life, your consciousness, your spirit?
Join dance artists, international health educators from the Maji Safi Group, and engineers from the Rocky Mountiain Professional Chapter of Engineers without Borders for this free, multi-disciplinary, outdoor experience.
Saturday, June 24, two happenings:
All ages and abilities welcome. Families too! Location is handicap accessible.
Space is limited!
Details on location and what to bring are provided upon registration.
Guests can expect to be treated to time in a beautiful location on Boulder Creek, the opportunity to witness an intergenerational cast of dancers slither, stand, hang, and crawl amongst the landscape, and interactive lessons on water sanitation, transportation, and embodiment.
Directed by Maren Waldman
Co-Directed by Allison Caw
Additional Dancers: Mattie McGeary, Melinda Harrison, Merlyn Holmes, Siobhan Asgharzadeh, Momo Freehill
Global Water Dances (GWD) is an international, biennial day of free outdoor engagements around the world that raise awareness of local and global water issues through performance and education.
Outdoor on the Boulder Creek (View)
East Walnut & Boulder Creek Path
Boulder, CO 80301
|Minimum Age: 0|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|