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100th year Celebration of a Moving Life: Jean Erdman Campbell with Tai Chi master Chungliang Huang

February 5, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

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Come and celebrate the 100th birthday of Hawaii’s own Jean Erdman Campbell, ground-breaking modern dancer and teacher & wife of the great American philosopher Joseph Campbell.

Celebrate with Jean & Joseph’s dear lifelong friend: world-renowned Tai Chi master Chungliang Huang.

Some of the special guests and possible performers:

  • Jean Erdman Campbell
  • Chungliang (Al) Huang
  • IONA Contemporary Dance Theatre Company
  • Ballet Hawaii
  • Kumu Hula Malia Helela and her halau, Na Hula Ola Aloha
  • Still & Moving Center’s Aerial Ambassadors
  • Fred Lau on Flute

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Born in Hawaii 100 years ago, Jean first learned the hula and while still attending Sarah Lawrence College was dancing on Broadway with Martha Graham. Jean later created the Open Eye dance studio, trained many great dancers, and created many great dances.  See the original posters of her performances in New York that have been preserved for over the decades.

Dancing tai chi master, Chungliang Al Huang charms his way into our hearts with his stories and talents, coaxing us out onto the floor to move with him! Fred Lau serenades us with live flute.

Aerialists delight us with their skills on the silks. We’ll enjoy beautiful dance performances.

The birthday “girl” will, once again this year, take delight in being with us in each present moment and greatly enjoy the evening. Join us for a marvelous evening of whimsy, delight and of course, birthday cake!

Suggested Donation of $20

Your donation is tax deductible. Event is co-sponsored by the Maitreya Institute & the Zhou Enlai Peace Institute.

You’ll have another opportunity to celebrate Jean’s birthday on February 19th at the University of Hawaii, Manoa!

 

 

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Date:
February 5, 2016
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6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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