MCC Daily Tribune

Presenting "No Home But the Heart" a storytelling/dance performance

The Office of Student Life and Leadership Development's PRISM Multicultural Center and Creative & Performing Arts presents

No Home But The Heart (An assembly of memories through acting and dance), featuring choreographer and educator Rosalie Jones

No Home But the Heart features Rosalie and a cast of four dancers. Rosalie will transform you into her life through dance and storytelling. Her story is about her family as told through the spectrum of four women (a great grandmother, a grandmother, a mother and the daughter, covering over 150 years of native people's dislocation and relocation of the Cree/Chippewa peoples by the governments of the United States and Canada. This compelling drama will draw you in to these lives, leaving you with understanding and inspire conversations that you will take with you.

We are encouraging faculty to bring their classes and encourage other students to attend. This production is part of our on-going diversity series.

This is a must attend event. downloaded or pick up in order to get in. Go to or stop at the MCC Service Desk, located in building 3 Atrium.


DATES & TIME: Monday, October 22, 2018 12:00 P.M. 1:00 P.M. and

Tuesday, October 23, 2018 7:30 P.M. - 9:00 P.M.

WHERE: MCC Theater


Rosalie Jones holds a Master's Degree in dance from the University of Utah with postgraduate work at Juilliard School in New York City. She studied modern dance with Hanya Holm and was mentored by Jose Limon and Barry Lynn. Additional studies included mime at Reid Gilbert's Valley Studio and is experienced in Flamenco, Korean, Hawaiian and East Indian dance. Over a lifetime, she has gained a broad knowledge of Indigenous dance, cultural forms and 'ways of knowing' from the Plains Blackfoot and Lakota peoples, the Great Lakes Anishinaabe, and tutoring regarding the Northwest Coast Blanket dances and Conchero dance of Mexico. In April, 2016, Rosalie received a Lifetime Achievement Award in Performing Arts from the Institute of American Indian Arts (Santa Fe, NM), "in honor or her lifetime of creativity, inspiring others and services to the field".

For patrons with special needs or if you need more information please call or visit the PRISM Multicultural Center (Building 1, Room 108); phone 585-292-3640

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Batistta-Provost, Shirley
Office of Student Life & Leadership Dev.