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Flamenco in Community

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This workshop features an interactive exploration of different approaches Angelina Ramirez uses across her programming. As a Chicana flamanca, she explores concerns with embodiment and identity. As a teaching artist, Angelina is interested in intersections of arts and healing, focusing on work with elders of all abilities, and integrating flamenco with autistic individuals. As a teacher, she balances technical mastery and safe practices with emotional content and artistry. Combined, Ramirez’s work is directed at promoting accessibility and eradicating ableism, racism, and bigotry through dialogue and community participation.

Angelina Ramirez is a flamenco dancer and teaching artist living in Tucson, Arizona. Ramirez’s artistic work explores what it means to be a queer, latina flamenca, practicing in a traditional Roma/gitano form of dance. Along with teaching and performing Ramirez produces events and festivals. She is an original member of Yjastros, the American Flamenco Repertory Company and has toured with world-renowned, New York-based company Noche Flamenca. Ramirez is a 2022 Dance/USA Artist Fellow. In 2021, she received the Master-Apprentice Artist Award through Southwest Folklife Alliance for her dedication and commitment to flamenco arts. Ramirez is a National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures fellow.

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