Core Dance Acts For Safe Water In Hawaii
Global Water Dances uses the art of dance to illuminate water issues on an international scale with Ryan McCormack, 2015 MA, DPJuAR.
Core Dance returns to its collaboration with Global Water Dances for a week-long cultural immersion and environmental activation project in Hawaii, June 6-13 .
Global Water Dances uses the art of dance to illuminate water issues on an international scale. Their founders believed that community-based dance performances could be a powerful non-verbal way to mobilize people to learn about the whole spectrum of water issues and to take action to protect access to safe drinking water.
GWD’s biennial celebration includes a week of festivities and actions that take place from Tuesday June 8th through Sunday June 13th at different locations around the world. These festivities often include site-specific performance or community gathering that brings together the geography of a particular place, a call to environmental action, and the creative arts. People are planning to perform at rivers, lakes, beaches, parks, pools and other places related to water where they feel called to activate and incite change.