Ballet Nepantla comes to the University of North Florida
Through a fusion of Mexican folklorico, contemporary dance, classical ballet and West African dance, Nepantla evokes stories about Mexican and Mexican-American people, about family, love, and about struggles and triumphs. Ballet Nepantla erases boundaries between dance forms and explores what it means to be from the borderlands - both as a geographical place and a state of mind. Ballet Nepantla tells stories to provoke the imagination of audiences and to help our society see the beauty of our community.
Two performances are being held in the Andrew Robinson Theater on the University of North Florida campus.
UNF students, faculty, staff and the greater Jacksonville community are invited to attend one or both of these performances. Admission is free, but an eTicket is required.
Register for Performance on Sunday, Sept. 23 at 4:00 p.m.
Register for Performance on Monday, Sept. 24 at 6:00 p.m.
- Brooks College of Health
- Coggin College of Business
- College of Arts & Sciences
- College of Computing, Engineering and Construction
- College of Education and Human Services
- Hicks Honors College
- Center for Urban Education and Policy
- Commission on Diversity and Inclusion
- Department of Diversity Initiatives
- Latin American Student Organization
- Asian Students in Alliance
- Black Student Union
This event is partially funded by Student Life and Services Fees.