April 4, 2014 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

The Centre for Creativity at King's brought discussion and dance to the Joanne & Peter Kenny Theatre in the Darryl J. King Student Life on Friday, April 4th. Building Bridges: Conversations through and about dance featured dancers from the London community, including Vidya Natarajan, an academic counsellor at King's. Natarajan and two other dancers, Lacey Smith and Ruth Douthwright, each performed pieces that reflect their styles, aesthetic choices, technique, and current work. The night opened up with a discussion on artistic expression led by Catherine Elliot Shaw, Curator of Western's McIntosh Gallery.

The Centre for Studies in Creativity supports and encourages creative endeavours in all areas of the arts and across diverse disciplines and cultures. It seeks to provide an educational function for the King’s Community, and builds bridges to other groups at King’s. The Centre nurtures the development of an arena where manifestations of creativity can be explored within many contexts using a variety of formats: lectures, exhibitions, prose and poetry readings, musical events, film, photography, debates, symposia, and so forth.

For more information about The Centre for Creativity at King's please visit www.kings.uwo.ca/academics/centres-kings/centre-for-creativity/

To view photos from the Building Bridges event please visit https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152320890664210.1073741876.8799564209&type=1