Underwritten by Jody and John Arnhold | Arnhold Foundation
Join Rebecca King Ferraro and Michael Sean Breeden from the popular podcast series Conversations On Dance, as they host in-depth discussions from afar with Festival artist and Memphis Jooker, Lil Buck. Lil Buck has been associated with the Festival for 9 years. Learn about his process, collaborations with Festival artists, and his passion for social justice through Movement Art Is (MAI).
Photo by Christopher Duggan
Conversations on Dance
Hosted by Rebecca King Ferraro and Michael Sean Breeden
@conversationsondance on social media
Lil Buck is a movement artist who began jookin at age 13. Named one of Dance Magazine’s 25 to Watch, he gained international notoriety after an impromptu piece with Yo-Yo Ma went viral. Since then he has collaborated with artists including JR, Damian Woetzel, the New York City Ballet, Madonna, Benjamin Millepied, and Spike Lee. Buck is an avid arts education advocate, recipient of the WSJ Innovator Award. He has collaborated with brands like Glenfiddich and Louis Vuitton, and launched a capsule collection with Versace.