Sunday, August 9, 2020

CoSA’s Dance Art Collision Sneak Peek

On December 13 and 14, the Coronado School of the Arts Conservatory of Classical and Contemporary Dance presents Collision, a performance event in collaboration with CoSA’s Conservatory of Visual Art. The concert is the culmination of a series of exchanges between student dancers and student artists. Artists experienced the challenge and thrill of capturing the human body in movement, and dancers experienced the challenge and joy of responding to drawings through improvisation and dance-making. In Collision, dance and visual art share the stage. Visual Storyteller Brad Willis gives us a preview.

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Brad Willis
Brad Willis
Brad Willis is an author and retired network news foreign correspondent who has worked in Afghanistan, Iraq, Africa, Latin America and Asia. He has received national and international awards for compassionate journalism and for his war coverage. Brad is longtime Coronado resident who also Commissioner of Public Art for the City of Coronado. Send news tips or story ideas to: manager@coronadotimes.com
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