Local artist Hema Sharma will present a performance of traditional Indian dance at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, August 30th. The performance takes place in Kirk Hall, located within the KC Public Library Central Library, 14 W 10th St., Kansas City, MO.
Artists Hema Sharma, Anjali Tata-Hudson, and Jayashree George will present two pieces of dance in response to the theme “Cue!” at the KC Public Library Central Library. First, “Vrikshasan: Where is your back?” explores the issue of environmental degradation and climate change, using the tree pose from yoga as the main motif.
This performance is free and open to the public, and is part of the 2017 Art in the Loop Project: Cue! The project is made possible through the generous support of KC Streetcar; the City of Kansas City, Missouri; the Missouri Arts Council; Arts KC and our corporate sponsors including Stinson Leonard Street, Henderson Engineers, JE Dunn Construction, McCownGordon Construction, Port KC and UMB Financial Corporation. We appreciate in-kind support and guidance provided by the Downtown Council, the Downtown and River Market Community Improvement Districts, KCMO-Public Works Department, KC Streetcar, the City Market, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City Art Institute, Folk Alliance International and The Bridge 90.9.