We Are What We Eat!

movement.gifPresented by the Tucson Community Food Bank & NEW ARTiculations Dance Theatre

An Interactive, Participatory Performance about What We Eat and Why

COMMUNITY PARTICIPANTS WANTED!

siftingbeanssharp.gifContribute to a special series of performances about food by sharing your own food stories through our interactive workshops in writing, storytelling and dance. By participating YOU will help shape performance material. You may even choose to perform with us! (Performers’ workshops & rehearsals will continue into winter and spring.) Workshops are open to people of all ages and abilities. No prior dance experience necessary.

FOOD & DANCE Workshops:

 Saturday, Nov. 10, 2-5 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 17, 2-5 p.m.

(sign up for one or both!) 

Location: The DanceLoft, 620 E.19th St., Ste. 150 (warehouse unit on the corner of 19th St. and Euclid Ave.)

FREE to the public (Suggested donation: $25)

Scholarships are available.

To register or to sponsor a participant, call 882-6092

or email: WeAreWhatWeEat@storiesmatter.org

For more info, visit www.storiesmatter.org/wearewhatweeat

We Are What We Eat is about YOU, the food you eat, where it comes from, what it means to you, and how you prepare it and share it. A collaboration between NEW ART and the Community Food Bank, the project uses modern dance and community stories to reveal how food connects us to each other, our environment, and our everyday lives. Community stories and experiences will be shared, gathered, and interpreted through dance in a series of public workshops and performances. A culminating performance will be held Sunday, April 27 at the Tucson Botanical Gardens.

The project is one in a series of Community Food Bank endeavors utilizing the arts to educate people about their responsibilities as eaters who use and depend on the food system. Future projects will include digital storytelling, large-scale public art, literary arts, photography, and music.

We Are What We Eat is supported by the Tucson Pima Arts Council, the Punch Woods Endowment Fund, the Community Food Bank, NEW ARTiculations Dance Theatre and the DanceLoft.