School for the Movement of the Technicolo(u)r People
School for the Movement of the Technicolo(u)r People is a large-scale artist exchange, exhibition, and public school platform. The project was created through the artistic direction of Los Angeles-based dance artist taisha paggett in collaboration with visual artists Ashley Hunt, Kim Zumpfe, and WXPT Toronto, a temporary dance company formed in conjunction with the project. Convened in memory of the segregation-era CB Dansby High School for Black youth in East Texas, the School builds a site/home and experimental curriculum that responds to the limited positioning of Black and queer movers in the worlds of dance, visual art, and beyond.
Stay tuned to gallerytpw.ca for upcoming details about classes and free School registration.
(Image credit: Ashley Hunt, taisha paggett, and Kim Zumpfe with WXPT, Demonstration Score #49 (ensemble), 2019. Image courtesy of the artists.)