Join artist Donna Crump for a community dance and movement workshop at the historic DeLUXE Theater located in the 5th Ward Cultural Arts District.
This program is part of a series of dance workshops presented in conjunction with the exhibition, Ming Smith: Feeling the Future. Each workshop is led by a different local choreographer. All ages and abilities are welcome.
This workshop is a connected high-energy, athletic movement-based class that examines finding mental and emotional balance through dance. Participants will express themselves through somatics and the universal movements of dance. The class encourages practices of finding balance, grounding, and creating social emotional connections as participants may find themselves creating with one another. As the class progresses, the physicalities and sequential movements of the human body are explored as they are applied in movement and everyday life.
This event is free to attend, but RSVPs are encouraged as space is limited.
Location and Accessibility
The DeLUXE Theater
3303 Lyons Avenue
Houston, Texas 77020
For questions or concerns regarding safety or accessibility, contact YET Torres, Public Programs and CAMHLAB Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Donna Crump
Donna Crump is an award-winning, multidisciplinary performing artist from New Orleans, Louisiana whose greatest gift is engaging with her audience. Crump creates work that evokes feeling, action, and conversation in the world. She has been featured in the 2022 Denver Startup Week, Dance Magazine’s Fall 2021 Issue, the cover of Southwest Contemporary Volume 3: Inhale/Exhale, Texas Arts & Culture, and has received funding from the City of Houston’s Mayor’s Office and the Houston Arts Alliance in 2021 and 2023 to create what she loves most, accessible art. Most recently, Crump starred as lead subject in Garret Bradley’s Safe exhibition, which opened at the Lisson Gallery in London in 2022.
Major support for Ming Smith: Feeling the Future is provided by the Terra Foundation for American Art and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Additional support is provided by Art Dealers Association of America Foundation.
Image caption: Donna Crump. Image courtesy the artist.