Saturday, May 15, 2021
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HARVARD DANCE PROJECT SPRING 2021: DIGITAL ARCHIVE
RESEARCH | COLLABORATION | INNOVATION
During Spring 2021, the Harvard Dance Project (HDP) underwent a virtual semester of re-imagining, innovation, and building co-creative environments to unfold a month-long series of content for the public to view and browse for greater accessibility. The range of content investigated this semester includes decolonial performance and dance studies, race and gender studies, identity politics, artivism, and social justice using the lens of choreographic processes through interdisciplinary studies.
Starting April 15th - May 15th in support of wellness, anti-racism, anti-hate, equity, inclusion, and accessibility, The Harvard Dance Project's Digital Archive will feature thirty-day access to world premiere dance films, artist research, and co-creative labs produced over the spring 2021 season.
DIGITAL ARCHIVE IS NOW LIVE: www.archive21.space
The Digital Archive will be available for thirty days: April 15- May 15, 2021.
Access provided: closed captioning and image and video descriptions.
The Harvard Dance Project is a Theater, Dance & Media credit course facilitated by Professor LROD and Teaching Assistant Danny Rivera '19 and the co-creators are Mary Galstian '22, Camryn Jones '22, Gracie Western '21, and Lauren Xu '24.