See the work of visual artist and choreographer Mary Sheldon Scott, this Sunday, October 30. Velocity Dance Center presents the event as part of the Speakeasy Series. Event organizers describe the series like so:
“THE SPEAKEASY SERIES is Velocity-curated, community-hosted, series of panel discussions, audience labs, show + tells, performance lectures, informal community conversations and/or other formats. Each speakeasy has a focus on provocative or timely issues including aesthetics, philosophy, or the intersection of dance and social justice. The purpose of the Speakeasy Series is to encourage cross-disciplinary dialogue, promote civic engagement, create meaningful links between artists and communities, and support initiatives at the cutting edge of change.
The work of visual artist / choreographer Mary Sheldon Scott sparks a conversation about the intersections of visual art and dance in this special speakeasy + exhibition, presented in conjunction with our Made in Seattle production of The SOLO(s) Project.”
Speakeasy Series: Mary Sheldon Scott
When: Sunday, October 30, 5-6:30pm
Where: Velocity: V2 (1525 11th Ave)
Free and open to the public
Photo of Jim Kent, courtesy of Steven Miller