For the past year, an interdisciplinary group of UCI scholars have been studying the story of Ghana, West Africa, from its history, language and cultural connections to the U.S. to its present day attention as the focus of celebrity humanitarian interest.  The group, which includes undergraduates and graduate students as well as recent alumni and faculty from the arts, computer sciences, humanities, public health and social sciences, will be heading to the University of Ghana August 14 to September 5 where they will use dance as their gateway for studying and experiencing the region first hand.  Come see the 2010 Ghana Project dance group in a live performance before they leave for Africa.   

Ghana Project 2010: Collaborative Conversations on the Continent
Dance Performance and Reception

Friday, August 13, 2010
3:00-5:00 p.m.
Claire Trevor School of the Arts, Dance Studio 120
(bldg 713 on campus map)

RSVPs are required due to limited seating.  To reserve a seat, please contact Kathleen McDonald, kmcdonal@uci.edu or 949-824-1659.

 

 

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