March 28, 2020 7:30PM
Cousins Studio Theatre
Interdisciplinary artist Lío Villahermosa
Lío Villahermosa is a Puerto Rican interdisciplinary artist. His work addresses themes of spirituality and identity framed in imagery that refers to the traditions and cultural syncretisms of the Caribbean. He was one of the emerging artists selected for the Puerto Rican Arts Initiative after Hurricane Mari´a. Villahermosa will present a new work exploring Caribbean identity through movement, voice, and visual media.
2019-2020 Tucker-Boatwright Festival
of Literature and the Arts
Dancing Histories: This Ground
The University of Richmond’s 2019-2020 Tucker-Boatwright Festival of Literature and the Arts will be hosted by the Department of Theatre & Dance, in collaboration with the Modlin Center for the Arts. This year’s events will focus on the theme “Dancing Histories: This Ground.” The festival will present performances, lectures, panel discussions, and residencies by artists whose works reflect a unique engagement with contemporary politics and the interplay between history and memory.
All performances and events are free. More information can be found at https://as.richmond.edu/tucker-boatwright/
Tickets are currently not available for this event. Tickets may open up at a later date or there may be stand-by or standing room only tickets available.
Please call the box office at 804-289-8980 for more information.