The National Water Dance Project

A movement choir of bodies in motion and voices in unison across the United States of America.

Water is the Lifeblood of the Earth

We are blessed with a beautiful network of lakes, streams, rivers and wetlands in our area, but the health of our waters is increasingly compromised. Join us in a nation-wide project using simultaneous site-specific community dance to bring attention to the fragility of our waters, encouraging a local and national water ethic. (www.nationalwaterdance.org)

On Saturday, April 12, 3:00pm at Olbrich Park we will join a volunteer recruitment effort coordinated by the Dane County Lakes and Watershed Commission. (They will provide information and opportunities to sign up for various projects improving our area water resources) We will perform our water dance as a flash mob on the shore of Lake Monona.

No particular dance training or ability is required! This is a community arts activism experience!

Public Rehearsals: (join as many as you can, but all are not required!)

  • Sat, Mar 29, 11am-noon, Tapit Studio, 1957 Winnebago St. (enter using back door, off of Russell Street)
  • Wed, Apr 2, 7-8pm, James Reeb Unitarian Bldg, 2146 E. Johnson St.
  • Mon, Apr 7, 6-7pm, James Reeb Unitarian Bldg, 2146 E. Johnson St.
  • Wed, Apr 9, 7-8pm, Goodman Community Center, 149 Waubesa, Bolz Rm A

Please share this information far and wide, and let’s join together in this intersection of community arts, environmental education and civic engagement!

Sponsored by Moving from Within

Contact Dianne at movingfromwithin@gmail.com for more information