Tonight, Wednesday, October 12, 2017, all over the downtown area of Riverside dance will be one of the arts represented in the bi-annual Long Night of Arts and Innovation. Although there will be plenty to see, hear and do, there are many RCC Dance related performances that should draw your attention during the evening. At 7pm & 8pm, Infuse Dance Studio, co-owned by RCC Dance Alumni April MacLean, will have a performance right outside their studio, located between University and 6th Street (3737 Main Street). Also at 7pm, RCC Dance Faculty Kirsten Johansen and RCC and CalArts Alum Megan Fowler-Hurst, will be performing outside the UCR Culver Center for the Arts (3834 Main Street) near the fountain. And as if that weren’t enough, at 8:00pm RCC Dance Faculty Sue Roginski and members of the dance group Counterpoint/Shift will be performing in front of City Hall, starting near the fountain (3900 Main Street, between 9th and 10th Streets). Last, but certainly not least, our newest RCC Dance Faculty, Alfonso Cevera, will be performing at 5:00pm and 8:30pm inside the Culver Center!!! WHAT A GREAT, FREE OPPORTUNITY to see dance out in the community!
Coming in a few weeks is the Grand Opening of a new performance space in Orange County at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts! Here is the link: http://www.scfta.org/content/PlazaGrandOpening/
On Saturday, October 21 starting at 11:00am there will be outdoor events, music, dance, theatre performances along with activities for kids. After dark, one of the featured dance performances is Bandaloop, who are known as pioneers in the world of vertical dance. We saw their work in the Power of Dance / Breaking Boundaries portion of Dance 6 at the beginning of the semester. This event is also FREE, and a rare opportunity to see this fantastic group!
Hope this helps you in your quest to SEE MORE DANCE!!!