Boulder Global Water Dances 2017: Water Connects Us All
Jun 24, 2017
Global Water Dances is an international, biennial day of free outdoor engagements around the world that raise awareness of local and global water issues through performance and education.
Join us for Boulder’s 3rd Global Water Dances!
Artists, engineers, and international health educators are planning a special, multidisciplinary event for you that is part performance, part workshop.
You can expect to:
~Spend about 1.5 hours outside in a beautiful location along the Boulder Creek -- You'll be standing, sitting, moving, learning, working with each other, and witnessing
~Have some alone time with the creek
~Meet new people engaged with protecting water in a variety of ways
We hope you'll leave inspired, connected to like-minded community, and more educated around your relationship with water!
Please register here so we know how many people to expect at each time.
Location by Car: Drive east on Walnut, under Foothills, past KGNU, all the way to the end. Bear right when you get to the final parking lot. Follow the signs and meet us at the entrance to the creek path straight ahead.
Location by Bike or Foot: You will find us in a picnic area on the section of the Boulder Creek Path east of Foothills & south of Pearl Parkway, behind the Foothills Community Hospital.
Stay tuned to our Facebook Event for videos and photos of our preparation!
Directed by Maren Waldman
Co-Directed by Allison Caw
Additional Dancers: Mattie McGeary, Melinda Harrison, Merlyn Holmes, Siobhan Asgharzadeh, Momo Freehill
About our Collaborators:
Maji Safi Group, a Boulder-based non-profit organization, educates and empowers women leaders in rural Tanzania to teach their communities about proper water sanitation techniques. These practices significantly avert hospital visits and are having a powerful positive impact on community health. Maji Safi's Co-Founder and President, Bruce Pelz, will be with us on the 24th. (Watch videos about their inspiring work using music & dance!). http://majisafigroup.org/
Members of Rocky Mountain Professional Chapter of Engineers Without Borders recently volunteered their time to design and construct a water transportation system for a rural indigenous mountain community in Guatemala. Leah Pope and other members will be with us on the 24th, leading us in a water engineering game.