Come show your support for NSU students and faculty members as they take part in a nationwide, collaborative dance performance to raise awareness about water preservation. Artists from across the country will perform simultaneously at various water sites, with the event also streaming live on the Internet.
National Water Dance | Performance Series
Saturday, Apr. 12
Davie Town Hall (Canal) | 6591 Orange Dr., Davie FL 33314
Having evolved from the Florida Waterways Dance Project, performed in 2011 at NSU and across the state, National Water Dance uses creative expression through dance to help shine a light on important environmental issues. Dancers from more than 30 states will participate in this year’s performance. Students from Broward College will also join NSU dancers in Davie.
National Water Dance is free and open to the public. Note: This is an outdoor event that will commence rain or shine. Guests are encouraged to bring a chair or blanket to sit on during the performance. For more information, contact Elana Lanczi, M.F.A., associate professor at the NSU Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences.
Can’t make the performance in person? Watch a live stream on the National Water Dance Web site, or check out an excerpt at the upcoming Festival of Student Works at NSU, Apr. 25–27, hosted by the college.