lisa nevada (b. New México) is an advocate for our earth mother, a dancemaker, collaborator, and educator. After living most of her life in New México, lisa eventually landed in Brooklyn in 2019, where she thrives as a dance and teaching artist. In Lenapehoking (NYC) and beyond, lisa facilitates movement experiences that engage all peoples in the observation of ecosystems and our human interactions to ignite kinship with mama earth, centered on gratitude. Her embodied research and performance delves into the sonic realms of lullaby and wailing in response to humanity’s active destruction of psyche and home.
Location: High Park Nature Centre
Update: Due to the air quality, dancers may be inside the High Park Nature Centre for Tanya Lukin Linklater’s open dance rehearsals. Staff will be on hand to guide you. Please join us! The sky held me (rainfall on hands hair lips) is intended to be a series of springtime…