Performance, Where Earth Meets Sky, 2020

Sundays in the Park, Where Earth Meets Sky Performance

Dale Andree, Rebecca Pelham, Katie Brennan, Barbie Freeman, Sun Young Park, Ray Robinson, Samuel Tommie, Luis Gonzalez, Pedro Ortiz

Details

Date + Time
Reception: January 19, 2020 1:00 pm
Price
Free and open to the public. Park entrance fees apply. Free trolley from Ernest F. Coe Visitors Center by RSVP.
Location
Long Pine Key Everglades National Park 40001 State Hwy 9336 Homestead, FL 33034
Directions
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Sundays in the Park, Where Earth Meets Sky Performance

Artist in Residence in Everglades, AIRIE presents the premiere of a new dance performance, Where Earth Meets Sky, by choreographer and AIRIE Fellow 2018 Dale Andree.

Andree will activate the shores of Long Pine Key, focusing on tempo and the flow of movement that comes with congregating and separating. Inspired by the incredible connection between the earth and the sky, made apparent through the reflecting waters of the Everglades, dancers will ebb and flow between the audience and the landscape.

Dancers include Rebecca Pelham, Katie Brennan, Barbie Freeman, and Sun Young Park. Live music by Ray Robinson, Samuel Tommie, Luis Gonzalez, Pedro Ortiz. Artist talk and Q&A in the newly renovated Long Pine Key Amphitheater to follow.

Curators tour in the AIRIE Nest Gallery in the Ernest F Coe Visitors Center begins at 1pm.
Trolleys board at the Visitors Center for performance site starting at 1:15pm.
Performance at Long Pine Key begins at 2pm.
Artist Talk and Q&A directly following the performance.

Performance is free and open to the public. Visitors are welcome to drive directly to Long Pine Key, park entrance fees of $30 per individual vehicle apply, or RSVP for a trolley seat by donation (park entrance fee waived). Trolley will depart from Ernest F. Coe Visitors Center beginning at 1:15pm.

By RSVP, a trolley will be available to transport audience members from the Ernest F. Coe Visitors Center parking lot to the performance site at Long Pine Key. Trolley seats are limited, and available first come, first served, with priority given to those who have RSVPed in advance. Click here to RSVP.

“It’s about looking beyond the immediate to see deeper into the details of the Everglades, deeper into the details of the environment”

– Dale Andree

Photos by Mateo Serna Zapata.

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For the safety and well-being of our artists, community and collaborators, AIRIE has postponed all residency activity and programming in the Everglades. The AIRIE Nest Gallery inside the Ernest F. Coe Visitors Center is closed, as is the main entrance to Everglades National Park, until further notice.

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