WEEK 3: November 5 - 6 | UGANDA

The artistic discourse of Uganda will further weave narratives of indigenous civilizations and a reclaimed world heritage.

Ndere drummers

The New Ray (from the Old but Robust Torch)

November 5th Friday 7:00 pm MST

Presented by Rwangyezi Stephen’s world renowned Ndere Troupe presents live Indigenous dance from East Africa filmed in Uganda

group photo of Ndere

Global Online Conversation: Indigenous Living Culture & Sustainability in African Arts

November 6th 10:00am MST

Join a live conversation with artists from Uganda as we talk about Indigenous performing arts and the future of sustainability coming out of COVID.

performer on silks

The Lookout

NEW DATE November 6th 3:00pm MST

The Lookout  features artists from the Caribbean coast of Colombia who will delight us with their talents in circus techniques, variety of skills and fun! Aerial fabrics, unicycle, tight rope and juggling featuring young artists. *This is a family friendly performance.

Artistas de la costa caribeña de Colombia nos deleitan con sus talentos en técnicas de circo. Una varíete de habilidades y diversión. Telas aéreas, monociclo, cuerda tensa y malabares! *Este espectaculo es familiar!

silhouette of performer with glass globe on his head

Global Online Conversation: Circus Education is a Social Movement

NEW DATE November 6th 4:00pm MST

We will share a documentary about Cirpuerto and Almar followed by a conversation with members of the team in Colombia exploring how circus education contributes to movements of social change and connectivity.

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Revolutions Inc cultivates relationship, kindness, hospitality, and international diplomacy through the performing arts. Revo Inc strives to be an inclusive, anti-racist organization where the diverse identities and backgrounds of artists and audiences are explored, honored, and celebrated.