Don’t miss the opportunity to meet artists from one of the country’s premier Asian-American dance companies! Learn how professional dancers Evalina Carbonell and Weiwei Ma from Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers (KYL/D) developed contemporary choreography inspired by Yuyu Yang’s sculpture “Dragon’s Shrill in the Cosmic Void” located at Grounds for Sculpture. Uplifting each organization’s shared values to connect people with art, artists, and the creative process, KYL/D is excited to discuss what happens behind the scenes when planning a professional dance production.
ABOUT KUN-YANG LIN/DANCERS (KYL/D): Hailed for its superbly trained dancers and inventive choreography, the internationally-active KYL/D probes at the limits of national identity. The company has performed around the world, including at the Tanzmesse International Dance Festival (Dusseldorf), Busan International Dance Festival (Korea), Jogia International and AsiaTri festivals (Indonesia), Festival Internacional de Danza in Queretaro (Mexico), Victoria Theatre (Singapore) and HsinChu Performing Arts Center (Taiwan). In the U.S., KYL/D has performed at Lincoln Center Out of Doors Festival, Interlochen Festival, Columbia Festival, Kaatsbaan International Dance Center, Jacob’s Pillow Inside/Out, the Painted Bride Art Center, The Egg, PennLive Arts, the Kimmel Center, the Forrest Theater, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Barnes Foundation and Philadelphia’s City Hall. For more information, visit: www.kyld.org