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Global Water Dances
We dance to bring awareness to global water issues. June 15, 2019 is our next worldwide event.
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Global Water Dances Sep 17
GWD Choreographer Memo #2 - Celebrating the Equinox - Dance with us this September 22, 2020!
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Global Water Dances Sep 9
Vivienne Rogis and Circling the Brink danced on the Yarra River in Emerald, Australia. Vivienne and her young dancers looked at the health of their local riverways and specifically how important it is for local…
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Global Water Dances Sep 9
Julie Leavitt and dancers presented their offerings during the Newton Festival of the Arts bringing attention to Crystal Lake in the heart of their city. They danced to show appreciation and…
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Global Water Dances Sep 2
Julie Leavitt and dancers presented their offerings during the Newton Festival of the Arts bringing attention to Crystal Lake in the heart of their city. They danced to show appreciation and…
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Global Water Dances Aug 24
This week we feature ‘Droog Foutien’ created by , theblackhannah and Quinton Manning and Joel Leonard in Johannesburg, South Africa. Droog Foutien means dry fountain and this dance…
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Global Water Dances Aug 19
Anne Kraudi partnered with the "Umweltgruppe Landau" from University of Koblenz-Landau and Viva con Aqua in Landau vca_landau to bring together her Global Water Dances event on banks of the Queich - a tributary of…
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Global Water Dances Aug 17
Rachel Inman raeminman and the dancers of Inherent Rhythm Dance Collective and Nathifa Dance Company moved over, around and through the waters of the Cahaba River in Birmingham, Alabama as wood nymphs and butterflies…
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Benjamin Porps 17 Jun 19
Global Water Dances Kassel 2019 Schüler*innen der Grundschule Schenkelsberg tanzen und trommeln um auf Wasserprobleme aufmerksam zu machen. 19.6.2019 16:05h Fontänenteich im
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Distant Relatives Eco-Lodge Kilifi 20 Jun 19
What an amazing show it was and an even more thrilling performance! 💥💥 The kicked off worldwide at 3️⃣PM and Fumbini beach was not left behind!💯💯 Thank you to all who came down to support our young talented team! Tukutane kesho pizza🍕🍕, kisha tujivinjari!🆒🆒
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Benjamin Porps 29 Jun 19
Global Water Dances Kassel 2019 Der Trailer ist fertig! Vielen Dank an Till Krüger // Videographie! ,
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Global Water Dances Aug 5
in Kampala, Uganda. Led by Jill Pribyl globaldnc at Kampala University. Uganda is at the heart of the Great Lakes region in Eastern Africa and is surrounded by three lakes: Lake Edward, Lake Albert…
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Global Water Dances Aug 3
Tina Lizius led Munich, Germany with Ballettschule Lizius Novo TanzTheater. Tina is certified in LBMS. She and her dancers, used elaborate homemade costumes made of plastics to ask, “how much plastic and…
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Global Water Dances Jul 27
in Boise, ID with Idaho Fine Arts Academy, Idaho Dance Theater, and Dance for Parkinson’s Idaho. . A group of 40-50 dancers and four choreographers celebrated in this event at the Boise Watershed a…
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Global Water Dances Jul 20
In Heidelberg, Germany dance educators Anette Mack, Heike Quitt, Ulrika Sulzbacher came together with their community to remember the drought in this area in 2018 as well as the water event in nearby Dossenheim in…
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Global Water Dances Jul 15
from with Lisa Tenorio and St. Mary’s College of CA, USA Their site faces the Pacific Ocean. From Lisa, “this site represents my interest in the health of this entire body of water. I…
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Global Water Dances Jul 6
. Contact Improvisation Galway danced on the River Corrib at Galway Bay in Ireland. . The River Corrib (Abhainn na Gaillimhe) in the west of Ireland flows from Lough Corrib through Galway to Galway…
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Global Water Dances Jul 1
. In Los Angeles, CA Elisabeth Fluck led a site on the Los Angeles River. This river was once a vital waterway connecting the San Fernando Valley to the Pacific Ocean. Currently considered the…
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Global Water Dances Jun 29
In Kernave and Kaunas Lithuania students of the Rajyashree Ramesh Academy for Performing Arts gathered to celebrate their June tradition in partnership with GWD. . Their local tradition of the Rasos happens on June…
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Global Water Dances Jun 22
in Tamale, Ghana! . Local community dancers came together to play music and perform the longstanding traditional dances of the region. . Northern Ghana is typically dry and this area where the dancers…
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Global Water Dances Jun 15
One year ago, one year to go - Photo: GWD Melbourne, Australia 2019. Site leader: Kathleen Gonzalez
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