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Dance of Home
October 19, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pmFree!
A night with live music, dancing, singing, poetry reading, and spoken word performance to celebrate refugee communities in El Cajon – their home, belonging, and legacy with memories of love and empathy.
To learn more and reserve a seat, click on the link below:
Location: Smith Recital Hall, SDSU School of Music and Dance
Tickets: Free general admission and open to the public. Seats are limited and can be reserved at Dance of Home Eventbrite:
Donations are accepted via Eventbrite and at the gate. Donations made via Eventbrite prior to the event will be used to cover the research budget overspent to make this public performance. Donations made at the performance venue will be given to the refugee community.
Parking: The nearest parking lot is Parking Structure 12 (Click Map). Parking permits can be purchased on campus at the top level of parking structure 12 for $3/hour, or via PayByPhone app (download prior to arriving on campus). Or, through the Aztec Parking Portal create a guest account, purchase the $7/day permit and place the printed permit on your dash once parked in a student parking structure.
This event is a part of Refugee Dance Project, a funded research by SDSU College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts “Projects for Public Good” Grant. The event is made possible in partnership with License to Freedom, and Musical Ambassadors of Peace.
Contact: Dr. Chuyun Oh (firstname.lastname@example.org), Director of Dance of Home, Assistant Professor of Dance History at San Diego State University.