Arts and Culture / Magazine Feature

Choreographer explains how his art promotes civic dialogue

Award-winning choreographer Robert Moses will talk with DU students about performing arts and social issues Sept. 27 at 10:30 a.m. outside Margery Reed Hall.

Moses frequently speaks about race, class, culture, gender and the environment. His talk Saturday morning will be held near Buchtel Tower, the proposed site for the Holocaust Memorial, Learning and Social Action site. The memorial, anchored by an endowed chair in Holocaust studies, is an initiative of the Holocaust Awareness Institute at DU’s Center for Judaic Studies.

The public is welcome to attend the dialogue, which is sponsored by the Newman Center for Performing Arts and Center for Judaic Studies.

Read about Moses’ Denver premiere.

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