ADDRESSUnion Station, Los Angeles, CA, United States
ADDRESS DETAILSNorth Patio
TIMESaturday, March 18, 2017
2:00 PM - 2:25 PM
3-19 Dance Art will be performing with Clover String Quartet
3-19 Dance Art – Where Magical Realism meets dance
Founded and Directed by Beatriz E. Vasquez uses and combines the language of Ballet, World Dance, Performance Art, Story telling, Music and Visual Art, to transport those around to a different place in time. Beatriz E. Vasquez creates works that draw from different disciplines and ethnicities bridging the gap between cultures, gender, and the lines that so often divide humanity.
3-19 Dance Art has been featured at the LA Day of the Dead at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery 2011-2016, The Echo Park Art Walks 2011-2012, Mi Alma Gardens, The Mix and Match Dance Festival, Barnsdall Gallery Theatre, Plaza Mexico, The Mexican Cultural Center, Mercado La Paloma, Pomona Art Walk, UCLA, Highways Performance Art Space, USC School of Genetic Science, Grand Performances at CA Plaza, Festival De La Calle Ocho, Human Resources Art Gallery, Pico Rivera Sports Arena, Downey Performing Arts Center, San Pedro Arts Festival.
In 2015 3-19 Dance Art was the recipient of The Excellence Award by Festival De La Calle 8 for taking classical dance and performance to the Latin community of Los Angeles.
3-19 Dance Art members: Ernesto Mañacop, Claudia Paz, Karin Santiago, Rey Santiago, Delante McCreary, Alfredo Iraheta, Beatriz E Vasquez, with Guest Dancer: Izryel Mathis
I chose numbers to define my work as my work has no ethnicity, I swim in the waters of each culture as if it was my own. We live in a global world and I choose to be inclusive of everyone and everything as opposed to delineate boundaries.
-Beatriz Eugenia Vasquez
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