“At a time when atrocities in the name of religion dominate world news, choreographer Ronald K. Brown reminds audiences how faith can unite us, heal us and help us get through the worst that life and human nature can inflict.
A MESSAGE TO OUR COMMUNITY
For 37 years, the mission of EVIDENCE has been to promote understanding of the human experience in the African Diaspora through dance, music, history, and tradition to remind us of our individual and collective responsibility and liberation.
The fact that art and social justice share a common foundation continues to push us forward in spite of the continuing turmoil of a global pandemic and nationwide protests against police brutality. Now more than ever we need each other and it is beneficial for us to find ways to call one another and see each other virtually, whenever we can. Social distance does not mean social disconnection. EVIDENCE continues to do the work that says: We know what’s right in our heart and we need to keep that front and center.
Photograph by Pari Dukovic for The New Yorker
JACOB'S PILLOW: PILLOW LAB
CREATIVE BUBBLE RESIDENCY
2020 Jacob’s Pillow Dance Award recipient and frequent Festival artist Ronald K. Brown returned to the Pillow with EVIDENCE to develop The Equality of Night and Day.
Enjoy these highlights from our 3rd Creative Bubble Residency at Jacob's Pillow.
LUMBERYARD RESIDENCY POD
In December, thanks to the generosity of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, EVIDENCE rehearsed together for the first time in almost nine months at LUMBERYARD, a performing arts and film campus in Catskill, New York.
The EVIDENCE dancers and staff committed to the rules, protocols, and tests that allowed us to come together to create and dance once again.
Enjoy these brief moments captured from our first "residency pod" as we continue our work.
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