Photo: Kumu (teacher) Kau’i Peralto wearing her Mauna Kea and other gifted regalia at a blessing ceremony. Photo: Isabel Ollinger

Embodying Tradition as Health Practice

A Traditional Arts Roundtable Event in San Francisco

What can traditional arts practices tell us about different ways of approaching health and wellbeing? This inaugural session of ACTA’S Cur’Arte roundtable season in San Francisco includes art sharing and collective conversation about how traditional Japanese theater, Aloha ʻĀina, and Mongolian Biyelgee contribute to individual and community health in the Bay Area.

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Event Information

January 18, 2020

1:00 pm

Theatre of Yugen at NOHspace

2840 Mariposa Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

Admission

Free

Contact Information

Julián Antonio Carrillo, ACTA Program Manager
jcarrillo@actaonline.org | (415) 346-5200

Cur’Arte is a take on the Spanish word curarte or “to heal (you).” Our term highlights arte, or art, to emphasize the health benefits that the arts offer to creators, participants, and audiences.

The Traditional Arts Roundtable Series (TARS) is a project of the Alliance for California Traditional Arts. The Cur’Arte TARS season in San Francisco is generously supported by the San Francisco Arts Commission. Additional support provided by the California Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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