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HaMapah/The Map: A Multimedia Genealogical Dance Journey

Wednesday Oct 17 - Oct 18 | 7:30 pm - 9:15 pm

HaMapah/The Map is a multi-media, genealogical dance journey that traces the intersectional histories of DNAWORKS Co-Director, dancer, and TCU Assistant Professor of Dance Adam
McKinney’s African, Jewish and Native American heritages. The piece, which weaves contemporary dance with archival footage, personal interviews, and American and Yiddish songs, explores connections to identity, culture, heritage, and community.

The performance is followed by a community dialogue during which DNAWORKS Co-Directors McKinney and Daniel Banks, Ph.D, director of the production, invite audience members to share their family stories and connections to themes of the piece.

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Erma Lowe Hall

Erma Lowe Hall
3000 South University Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About College of Fine Arts

HaMapah/The Map: A Multimedia Genealogical Dance Journey
The College of Fine Arts Includes: School of Art, School of Classic & Contemporary Dance, Graphic Design, Department of Interior Design & Fashion Merchandising, School of Music, and Department of Theatre.

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Adam McKinney


Phone: 212-765-4914