Here She Dances:
Women’s Festival of Site-Specific Performance
Supported by the Council on the Status of Women and the Department of Health and Exercise Studies, this project is a collaboration of NC State women artists to inspire and claim campus as our own. Using all female artists, Here She Dances is a trilogy of outdoor dance performances to be held on NC State’s Centennial Campus, March 28 and 29, 2017. The last performance culminates with the screening of a short documentary film about the process and product of the festival, a Q&A with the artists, and a dessert reception in Hunt Library. FREE!
Tuesday and Wednesday, March 28 & 29 at 6pm each night
*Due to rain and the threat of severe weather, the Tuesday, March 28 performance has been cancelled. Please join us for the Wednesday, March 29 performance and reception.
The performance begins each night (6pm) at 890 Oval Drive, outside Engineering Building II. During the course of the performance, the audience will be directed to travel the walkway next to the Oval and will end at the back entrance of Hunt Library (1070 Partners Way). Following the March 29 performance, audience and performers are invited into Hunt Library for the documentary film screening, a discussion with the artists, and a dessert reception.
Parking: After 5pm, the public may park in spaces marked C or P. Decks close to the start of the performance (near EBII) are Alliance Deck and Partner’s Way. Parking closer to the end of the performance (near Hunt Library) can be found in Poulton Deck. See the campus map for more details.