This performance will showcase the Dance & Aerial Festival’s teachers and their choreography. Featuring Te’arama Dance Group, Nate Dryden, Kara Clemens, and Breezy Berryman.
The performance concludes a week of intensive and “a la carte” workshops by choreographers as well as Te’arama dancers and drummers. Earlier in the week, Te’arama will visit the Kenaitze Tribe, Niilchik Traditional Council, Nanwalek and Port Graham. Please join us in this final Alaska performance showcase.
7:30 p.m. Saturday, August 19 at Mariner Theatre
$5 youth, $10 adult, $30 family (only immediate family, please!)
Tickets online at homerart.org, at HCOA, and at the Homer Bookstore.
The Te`arama cultural exchange program was made possible by partnerships with the wider cultural, arts, and education communities. Funding was provided by the Rasmuson Foundation through a Harper Arts Touring Fund, administered by the Alaska State Council on the Arts. Additional sponsors include the Homer Foundation, Chugachmiut, Ninilchik Traditional Council, and Ninilchik Natives Association, Inc. In-kind partners include Kenaitze Indian Tribe, Nanwalek Village IRA, Port Graham Village Council, Port Graham Corporation, and the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies.