Dance-floor activism

Geraldton Guardian

Two dance artists from the United States will bring their Soft Riot Dance Project to the Arts and Cultural Development Council of Geraldton tonight.

Elyse Cox and Erin Bailey use dance to explore how the body can be used as a political conduit.

The night of dance and performance, starting at 7pm,will also showcase how the body is the original site for activism through three original works by Cox.

While in Geraldton, the pair ran a series of workshops at All Things Dance.

The two community performance art pieces created during the artists’ residency will also be presented.

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Tickets to the show are $10 for adults and $5 for children. Visit acdc.org.au.

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