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UCR "Choreographies of Access" Workshop Featured Assistant Professor Diyah Larasati

The University of California Riverside presented Choreographies of Access: Global dances, Local Knowledges, (Mis)Translated Bodies, Jan 31-Feb 3, 2011. U of M Dance professor Diyah Larasati and Setyastuti (Utik), professor in dance at the Institute of the Arts Yogyakarta (ISI) Indonesia, were brought to UCR, to workshop, present, and discuss with faculty and students their collaborative works.


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