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Duluth dances the “Nelken” line

Responding to a worldwide call by the Pina Bausch Foundation, dancers from Duluth made a short video based on Bausch’s “Four Seasons” choreography from the 1982 piece Nelken. With just a few distinct gestures, the dancers describe the four seasons — spring, summer, autumn and winter.

Dancers from the University of Minnesota Duluth and throughout the community came together for this project connecting the local and the global.

The video was shot by Betsy Hunt, Kristen Hylenski and Zach Moser at Hartley Nature Center, Glensheen Historic Estate, Park Point and other Duluth locations. The project was sponsored by UMD’s German Studies program and coordinated by Professor Kristen Hylenski.

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Ferdinand Peters

about 1 year ago

... and then the refinery blew its top.

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