“100 Migrations”

Collaborative Workshop and Residency

University of Virginia @ Charlottesville

November 9-16, 2008

**All events were free to the public.

November 9 – 16, 2008 Bill T. Jones Artist in Residence Project

University of Virginia - Residency Services

Document detailing services: 28 services, 3,000 total attendees

For more photos, see the gallery.

10.23.08 Advanced Film Screening of “Still/Here”

7:30 PM

Piedmont Virginia Community College Black Box

No tickets necessary.

10.29.08 Advanced Film Screening of “Still/Here”

7:30 PM

University of Virginia Newcomb Hall South Meeting Room

No tickets necessary.

11.9.08 Assembly for the Arts

8:00 PM

Old Cabell Hall

Featured Speaker, Bill T. Jones

Tickets are free and available now!

A limited number of tickets will be available the evening of the performance.

Tickets available at Old Cabell Hall, The Paramount Theatre,

Newcomb Hall Box Office, UVa Dept. of Drama Box Office

After Friday 11/7 tickets are available only at Cabell box office

***See below for locations.

11.11.08 Interview with Bill T. Jones by Deborah McDowell

Sponsored by the Carter G. Woodson Institute

4:30-6:00 PM

Newcomb Hall Ballroom

Reception to follow

General Admission, no tickets necessary.

11.12.08 Master Class with Janet Wong and Bill T. Jones

6:30-8:30 PM

Charlottesville HS MLK Performing Arts Center

Doors open at 6 pm, first come-first served, 40 participants allowed.

Observers welcome.

11.13.08 Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company Lecture/Demonstration

12:30-1:30 PM

Paramount Theater

215 E. Main St.


General Admission, no tickets necessary.

11.15.08 Performance of “100 Migrations”

4:00 PM

University Hall

Indoor event, general admission. No tickets necessary

The Bill T. Jones Artist-in-Residence program is presented by the

Peter and Eaddo Kiernan Foundation

with co-sponsorship by:

Dorothy Batten

The University of Virginia Office of the Vice Provost for the Arts

The University of Virginia Office of the Vice President for Research

The College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

The University of Virginia Departments of Drama, Music, and Art

The Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies

The University of Virginia Office of African-American and African Affairs

The University Programs Council

The Student Council

Mt. Zion First African Baptist Church

Z Society

Community collaborators:

The Paramount Theater

Piedmont Virginia Community College Dance Club

Piedmont Council of the Arts

The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative

The Piedmont Council of the Arts