Saint Helena Virtual Forum

Moments in Movement

“All that is important is this one moment in movement. Make the moment important, vital, and worth living. Do not let it slip away unnoticed and unused.”                         ― Martha Graham

The Saint Helena Forum presented an exciting webinar that investigated how it’s possible for a dance company founded by a woman born in the 19th century to remain innovative, creative and relevant to an audience born in the 21st.

 

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Charlotte Landreau

Janet Eilber

Xin Ying

Please join us in a few weeks when the topic is Egyptology and our guest is Dr. Kara Cooney, Egyptologist, archaeologist, associate professor of Egyptian Art and Architecture at UCLA and chair of the Department of Near Eastern Language and Cultures at UCLA. 

If you missed this or a previous webcast when streamed live, no worries. Just select the button below and and you can view the recordings. 

This last webcast was so well received we appreciate the encouragement and commitment many of you have shown to this project.

Until then, enjoy the conversation and dance with Janet Eilber, Xin Ying, and Charlotte Landreau along with our very own, Doug Barr.

Xin Ying

Joining the forum was Janet Eilber, former dancer, now Artistic Director of the Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance and from the company we met principal dancer Xin Ying and soloist Charlotte Landreau and we got to see them dance. The discussion was chaired by Douglas Barr, President of the Saint Helena Forum.