In The Spirit: Snowflake Arizmendi-Calvert
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In the Spirit

Snowflake Calvert

Seeds & Sequins
January 21

A personal exploration of Indigenous, Black and Queer identities with artist Europa Grace.

20/21 Hop Presents

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For Two-Spirit artist and community organizer Snowflake Calvert, growing up on occupied Turtle Island (an Indigenous term referring to North America) as an Indigenous first-generation American has created deep struggles. In this intimate piece, Snowflake combines contemporary and traditional dance, performance art and drag to share aspects of her complex life and heritage. She collaborates with interdisciplinary artist Europa Grace, who infuses personal perspectives and challenges as a non-binary, trans Black American. Through this work-in-progress sharing and development process, Snowflake seeks to offer audiences a way to use movement and choreography to explore their lineages and to heal.

About Snowflake Calvert

Snowflake Calvert (Yaqui, Raramuri and Tzotzil Mayan heritage) is a Two-Spirit artist who serves as the President of QUIL - Queers United for Intersectional Liberation. She produces queer events throughout California and Oregon that allow her to curate a vehicle for political, social, and cultural activism through the artistry of her radical queerness. In addition, she is a professional dancer, teacher and entrepreneur. She was a member of The Haus of Towers, has worked with the BAAITS Powwow committee, teaches decolonization through movement workshops, is the former owner/director of The Dance Zone Studio, is hosting and participating in two-spirit talking circles.

Programmed as part of the Martin Luther King, Jr Celebration, honoring those who exemplify "Hope and Action." For a full schedule of events visit www.dartmouth.edu/mlk

In the Spirit is supported by the New England Foundation for the Arts through the New England Arts Resilience Fund, part of the United States Regional Arts Resilience Fund, an initiative of the U.S. Regional Arts Organizations and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, with major funding from the federal CARES Act from the National Endowment for the Arts.

New England Foundation for the Arts

 

This event occurred as part of the 20/21 Hop Presents season. This is an archived view.

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