Invisible and Visible Bodies in Ceremonial and Ritual Dance in Java

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Invisible and Visible Bodies in Ceremonial and Ritual Dance in Java

Time: April 26, 2012 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: Royal Anthropological Institute
Street: 50 Fitzroy St.
City/Town: London
Website or Map: http://bodiesinmotiondancing.…
Phone: 02073870455
Event Type: presentation, and, q&a, photo, art, exhibitions
Organized By: Nafisa Fera
Latest Activity: Mar 20, 2012

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This event forms part of the RAI's Bodies in Motion multimedia series.

Tonight's presentation will explore dancing in the royal courts and remote highland villages of Java. What are the different layers of meaning behind these dances? And how do Javanese people explain what is going on? Illustrated with film clips and photographs the presentation will draw upon over 30 years of research into Javanese ceremonial and ritual dance, human movement and expression.

Presentation and Q&A with Dr. Felicia Hughes-Freeland

Tonight’s event includes a photo and art exhibition illustrating sport, dance and play in diverse landscapes from concrete jungles to remote highlands where people come together to celebrate movement

 

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