On-demand screening: Harriet’s Gun

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Harriet’s Gun: On-demand screening
Extended!! Now available through the end of April 2021!

Due to the demand, we decided to make Harriet’s Gun available for an encore screening on-demand — for those of you who missed the events on March 5th (Program A) or March 13th (Program B)!
Videos can be found here.

ABOUT HARRIET’S GUN:

Dance Mission Theater presents
D.I.R.T. Festival 2021:  Dance In Revolt(ing) Times
Harriet’s Gun: Shapeshifting Towards a Radically Imagined Black Future
Original broadcast: March 5 & 13
Watch a trailer!

Download a digital program — PROGRAM A
Download a digital program – PROGRAM B

Dance in Revolt(ing) Times (D.I.R.T.) Festival 2021: Harriet’s Gun, Shapeshifting Towards a Radically Imagined Black Future is a ritual of black joy, possibility, and healing.  As we reckon with the 30 years between Rodney King and Breonna Taylor, Black artists tell their stories, uplift creative medicine, and conjure hope.

Harriet Tubman always carried a gun and an ivory handled sword on her liberation missions. Harriet’s gun was insurance, protection, a wand, an anchor, a shield, an antenna, a sage bundle, a way out, a motivator, and a guard rail. In the same way, Harriet’s Gun, Shapeshifting Towards a Radically Imagined Black Future, offers a collective space for artists to define, speak and move power into the Black future and out into the world.

Co-curated by Sarah Crowell, Artistic Director Emeritus of Destiny Arts Center in Oakland, CA and Adia Tamar Whitaker, Artistic Director & Founder of the Brooklyn-based performance ensemble Àṣẹ Dance Theatre Collective, Harriet’s Gun features a spectrum of world class Black artists from around the country and Rhodessa Jones will be spinning the web for the evening as the Mistress of Ceremonies and homegrown San Francisco storyteller.  A panel with the artists follows the performance.

 

 

FEATURED ARTISTS
Program A
Original broadcast on Fri, March 5
Alex Jones Tampa
André Zachery Brooklyn
Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative Houston/Harlem
Embodiment Project San Francisco
Molodi Las Vegas
Sydnie L. Mosley Harlem
UFly Mothership Brooklyn
Kamille King Newark

Program B
Original broadcast on Sat, March 13 
Adia Whitaker Brooklyn
Afro Urban Society Oakland
Hattie Mae Williams Miami
Destiny Arts Oakland
Marc Bamuthi Joseph D.C.
Michelle N. Gibson and the Brass New Orleans
nia love Harlem
Red Clay Dance Company Chicago
Zaccho Dance Theater San Francisco

This project is supported by San Francisco Arts Commission and Grants for the Arts.

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