Hope Mohr Bridge Project’s community engagement program's final Dancing Around Race Public Gathering on February 28 at 7:30pm.
Please join us for the KAMBARA + DANCERS Fundraiser
Bluxome Street Winery
November 14, 2018 6pm-9pm
KAMBARA + DANCERS will have our annual fundraiser at Bluxome Street Winery in SoMa. This year’s event features a special excerpt of IKKAI:Once with Poet Laureate of San Francisco and Glide Memorial Co-Founder Janice Mirikitani and a preview of new work! Sip on Bluxome Winery Wines, delight in vegan sopa verde from Now Planting with other nibbles, and compete with fellow attendees in a silent auction. Please join us and support our upcoming work! Tickets are sliding scale.
Join KAMBARA + DANCERS in January!
Inaugural Home Season at The ODC Theater.
This inaugural season features the world premiere of IKKAI:Once and includes the performance installation of on Trust, Near and Dear, and the new women’s trio commissioned from Dance Brigade and Dance Mission Theater to.get.her.
This season is made possible by the Kenneth Rainin Foundation Opportunity Work Fund Grant, the 2017 CA$H grant, and the Zellerbach Family Foundation, Dance Brigade, Dance Mission Theater, and our generous supporters.
Purchase tickets here or calling 415.863.9834
SPEAK article by Yayoi Kambara for Dancers' Group
Photo by RJ Muna
Choreographers Tanya Bello, Kristen Daley, Amy Foley, and Yayoi Kambara co-produce SEAM (Support and Elevate Artist Mothers).
Friday, September 29th at 8:00pm
Saturday, September 30th at 8:00pm
Sunday, October 1st at 7:00pm
Tickets: $25 General Admission
A new collective on the San Francisco/Bay Area dance landscape makes their inaugural appearance this Fall at Dance Mission in a shared evening program. With a focus on helping to navigate the complex relationship that is art-making and motherhood, SEAM (Support and Elevate Artist Mothers) is thrilled to present work by Tanya Bello, Kristen Daley, Amy Foley and Yayoi Kambara. KAMBARA + Dancers will perform IKKAI:Once and Near and Dear as an excerpt.
Credit: Heather Desaulniers, SF/arts.org & Marco Gallerizzo