VDIP: Common Structures: Practices Between Site, Movement, and Archive: A Conversation with Wideman Davis Dance and Gerard & Kelly


Wednesday, April 27, 2022, 12:00pm to 1:30pm



Join Spring 2022 VDIP artists Wideman Davis Dance and Gerard & Kelly for a virtual conversation on the artists' work and process. Co-moderated by LROD (Laura Rodriguez), Interim Head of Dance and Lecturer, Theater, Dance & Media, Harvard University; and Andrew Holder, Associate Professor of Architecture and Director of the Master in Architecture I Program, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University.

Participation: Virtual only; open to the public 
In partnership with Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology

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About the Visting Dance Innovators Program
The Visiting Dance Innovators Program (VDIP), co-presented by Theater, Dance & Media and Harvard Dance Center, brings exemplary dance artists and scholars to campus for a multi-pronged engagement around the expansive innovations in Dance Studies, embodied research, and artistic methods of practice. VDIP builds bridges for university partnerships creating cross-disciplinary connections, illuminating the relevance of Dance Studies.

On campus activities include a movement-based workshop in the artist’s practice and methodologies, an artist-led conversation, and a visit to curricular course(s). The program also includes a virtual panel discussion bringing together all VDIP artists, led by Theater, Dance & Media faculty and Interim Head of Dance Laura Rodriguez (LROD), fostering reflection, continued dialogue, and shared narratives between communities.

Learn more about VDIP here.