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CaptionMs. Oliveira was born in Salvador-Bahia the cradle of African Brazilian culture where African traditions and the arts are constantly maintained and nourished. This is exactly from where and how Isaura built her cultural-artistic experience. She has devoted her extraordinary talents to work in academic artistic community educational and health venues. Isaura appeared in a PBS and BBC-TVs documentary "Dancing #5: New Worlds New Forms" in 1993 as the representative for Brazilian dance. Her classes lecturers and performances left a lasting impression at Smith Radcliffe Wellesley Colleges; Brown Wesleyan University University of Massachusetts-Boston Stanford UC Riverside University; as well at Motion Pacific in Santa Cruz-CA Spontaneous Celebrations and The Dance Complex in MA. Isaura performed ANCESTRAIS - her acclaimed solo performance of dance theater and multi-media at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Kresgie Auditorium in 2001. This program is available for performing arts theaters and festivals. ANCESTRAIS investigates the African Divinities of the Condomblé - the Orixas. Condomblé is the religious system transported by African slaves to Brazil through the state of Bahia. ANCESTRAIS affirms the right of people of the African Diaspora to celebrate teach and learn their own culture technique and philosophy as a part of the larger multicultural context of contemporary art. Directed by Isaura Oliveira and Professor Thomas DeFrantz.
HeadlineAfrican Brazilian Dance Music & Folklore
Copyright Noticecommunityartsadvocates.org
Date Created06/13/2006
URLhttp://communityartsadvocates.org/oliveira.html

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