In partnership with the Center for Ballet and the Arts
A fellow from our season-long collaboration with the Center for Ballet and the Arts at NYU, model, dancer and activist Brianna Mims brings together fashion, dance, advocacy, and healing for positive change. This season, through intimate compositions of dance and music, she focuses on the body as a poetic and political site of liberation.
Brianna Mims is an artist, abolitionist, and facilitator from Jacksonville, Florida based in Los Angeles, CA. She has trained and performed in many different dance forms. Her work, which spans across the disciplines of fashion, dance, advocacy, facilitation, curation, and direction, is rooted in explorations of self, healing, and shifting culture alongside policy to create sustainable change. Her experience of the body as a site of liberation is the foundation for the organizing, facilitation, and art that she creates. Mims is a graduate of the University of Southern California, where she studied Dance and NGO’s and Social Change. She currently works for Californians United for a Responsible Budget.
Performances are free, but we would love to keep in touch. We will provide artist lineups, updates on scheduling, and resources to accompany the performances. We will NOT share your information with anyone else.
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