Hip hop artist and teacher Lex Ramirez discusses history and inclusion as it relates to hip hop in and out of the studio.
Johanna Berliner (they/them) is a dance artist from North Carolina and a University of Washington graduate student in Museology. They began choreographing at Mount Holyoke College, where they graduated in 2016, and received a choreographer’s Workshop Grant from Tobacco Road Dance Productions (Durham, NC) for their 2017-18 season. They have performed at Mount Holyoke, Tobacco Road, Richmond Dance Festival, and eXit SPACE. Johanna co-runs Enbodyment, an Instagram project featuring nonbinary dancers (@enbodyment_proj) with Chris Strauss, & writes about dance and museums at johannaberliner.com.
UW Presents crafts an evening of collaborative works from Richael Lincoln, Dani Tirrell, “Majinn” Mike O’Neal, Alethea Alexander, and others.
Frye Art Museum’s America That Is To Be features live performance and a historical look into Donald Byrd’s illustrious career.
A split bill between Jordan MacIntosh-Hougham and Hope Goldman, glitch explores possibilities of dance and life-feed video.
Randy Ford’s Queen Street complicates and celebrates intersectional identities.
The Kinesis Project activates Pier 57 with community connection and collective joy.