DIG: Three60 | World's evolution
In Queens Park Arena at 1pm (FREE)
and Tramway at 7.30pm
Part of Tramway's DIG spring season
World’s evolution takes us on a journey of three connected pieces where we remind ourselves of our origins and reflect on who we are and how we can awaken the true version of ourselves.
Using street dance styles including hip-hop, popping, krump, locking, African and Caribbean traditional dances and experimental movement, World’s evolution explores how the movement culture has impacted humanity throughout history.
Presented by Three60, a collective of dancers directed by Divine Tasinda, Adam McMillan, Kemonot L.Riot and Levent Nyembo, with additional choreography by Jennifer Cullen
The evening performance will be followed by a Q+A from 9pm
The Three60 team gather together to discuss the themes, ideas and processes behind the making of World’s Evolution and invite questions from the audience.
Please note the Q+A will be recorded for future broadcast.
Performance 30-40 mins
Q+A 30 mins
This performance features flashing lights and loud noise
World's evolution' is supported by 'Moving out', a development commission that supports adapting work for outdoor sites: In 2020 Tramway collaborated with The Work Room, Citymoves Dance Agency and Dance North Scotland to support three artist-led projects in different neighbourhoods across Scotland for this round of 'Moving Out.'.
Three60's collective mission is to 'open the access points that currently limit the idea of who can connect with street dance'. They have worked for years with communities around Scotland to nurture and develop talents from all backgrounds by providing a platform where people can experience a blend of authentic street styles, and African and Caribbean dances.
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Photo by Joseph Obawole