Whitman College

Spring Studio Series/ Angie Pittman: Sequined Kisses and Vaseline Love

Angie Pittman's Sequined Kisses and Vaseline Love is a diptych that grapples with ways to give love, receive love, be cool, be resilient, achieve survival, and daydream.  Sequined Kisses... is an exploration of interiority, and its relationship to compression, love and joy within the context of historical trauma against Black folk. ...Vaseline Love centers “cool” as an African Diasporic concept through greasiness, lubrication, and James Brown cape choreography. Together, these two pieces are a journey towards what Donnell Alexander calls “finding the essential soul while being essentially lost.” The performance is followed by a post-performance discussion moderated by Associate Professor of Art History and Visual Culture Studies Matthew Reynolds

Tuesday, March 5, 2019 at 7:30 pm

Dance Studio
16 Boyer Ave., Walla Walla, WA 99362

Event Type

Arts, Dance


Faculty, Staff, Students, General Public




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