Presented by: African American Arts Institute
Where: Waldron Whikehart Auditorium
General Admission: $USD 5.00
|Tuesday, December 10th 7:30 pm||Buy Tickets|
The African American Dance Company Student Showcase features choreographic works by Indiana University students in the African American Dance Company (AADC), AADC Director Stafford C. Berry Jr., and guest performers.
The AADC shares movement traditions and diverse dance forms of the African diaspora and African American culture. Directed by Stafford C. Berry Jr., the company’s repertoire includes original choreography in a fusion of African dance styles, contemporary, modern, jazz, hip-hop, and various cultural forms. Founded in 1974, the AADC is one of three student performing ensembles in the African American Arts Institute and a credit-bearing course offered through IU’s Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies. Learn more at aaai.indiana.edu.
Doors open at 7pm and this event is expected to last 2 hours. Will-Call: Any tickets not picked up from the BCT Box Office prior to the day of the show will be available at the door of the venue starting at 7pm on the day of the show. If this event is not sold out, tickets will also be available for purchase at the door for $8. Cash and credit will be accepted as payment.
122 South Walnut Street
Bloomington, Indiana 47404
The Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center houses a unique blend of artists, performers, and educators. At the Ivy Tech Waldron, visitors can see a play, catch a concert, and enjoy multiple art galleries. The Whikehart Auditorium can accommodate up to 200 people and is ideally suited for large events such as theater productions, concerts, and dance performances. The auditorium is fully accessible through the venue’s Fourth Street entrance, with an elevator to provide access to the upper floors of the building. Parking is available on the street around downtown.
275 N. Jordan, Suite 310
Bloomington, Indiana 47405
The African American Arts Institute (AAAI) is committed to promoting and preserving African American culture through performance, education, creative activity, research, and outreach. Since 1974, the AAAI has provided opportunities for thousands of Indiana University students to explore their talents in performance, teaching, and arts management, while pursuing degrees across the university’s expansive curriculum.