Williams Boston Association Presents "The Power of Dance Practice" with Véronëque Ignace '15


“Embodying History, Narrative, and Social Action: The Power of Dance Practice with Véronëque Ignace ’15”

Community organizer and performing artist, Véronëque Ignace ’15, will share some of her work on historical and cultural healing through a movement-based workshop showcasing Haitian dance. The workshop will be modeled off a project she developed in collaboration with several artists, The Nou Series: An Embodied History and Body Installation Project. The project explored the historical memories and narratives of communities in Brooklyn, NY, formed by the black diaspora, and as related to the landmarked Wyckoff House, through dance and movement.