"Performance Studio Open House presents works-in-progress and a discussion led by Jen McGinn with the artists about the development process for new movement and dance.
Free admission. $5 donation encouraged at the door (cash only)."
"This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. This program is also funded by the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, the New York State Council for the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts."
"A high visibility, low-tech forum on Monday nights throughout the fall/winter and spring seasons. Movement Research at the Judson Church supports experiments in performance rather than fully produced works. Artists are selected by a rotating peer panel of artists.
"A presentation of new collaborative work from 4 choreographer/composer pairings, presented by Not Art Records and Brooklyn Studios for Dance. The performance will be the culmination of four mini-residencies, where the artists created and work-shopped their new pieces. "
HOSTED BY HECK AND PENTACLE
A fundraising event and a zine release party where I will be showing a performance art piece titled "Performing Violence".
It will be somewhere in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
*exact location only provided via direct message, you can contact me or the facebook event
As an artist-run program, The Wassaic Project is proud to have presented art, music, film and dance as part of its annual summer festival. Dance performers have included Otis Cook & Jamie Verazin, Naomi Goldberg Haas and Malinda Ray Allen to name only a few. Our dance performances happen outside on the deck of the wonderfully refurbished Maxon Mill built in 1950, which now stands as the focal point of the town.
leveling will be performed at 5pm by Camilla Maria Davis and Keiry Abril Amparo
Rina Espiritu will be performing a solo work for the first time as a work in progress. Created and performed by Rina Espiritu.
"Presenting a MVMT performance salon in conclusion of my incubation and residency at Socrates Sculpture Park, featuring inspirational collaborators and workshop-mates from the greater NYC area."
witness leveling at this beautiful performance space just show up 5 mins before 8pm and it's free and you're welcome to donate
A high visibility, low-tech forum on Monday nights throughout the fall/winter and spring seasons. Movement Research at the Judson Church supports experiments in performance rather than fully produced works. Artists are selected by a rotating peer panel of artists.
Tuesday March 28, 2017
7PM – 9PM (Doors open at 7PM, show at 7:30PM)
466 Grand St., Studio G05
Hosted by Fourth Arts Block and Movement Research
At Abrons Art Center
Feedback facilitated by Eva Yaa Asantewaa
"Dance Block Salon is a series focused on fostering a culture of support and care in our artist community. Always a collaborative curation, with this edition once again dancemakers are asked to share their work in order to receive written feedback from YOU, the audience!
This edition of FABnyc’s DBS is produced in partnership with Movement Research, well known in the world of downtown art for their focus in the world of experimental dance making. We are very excited now to join forces and produce this event which is sure to be a wonderfully thought-provoking night of art and movement!
This event is part of FAB’s year-long series, The Sustainable Artist Toolkit."
Reserve free tickets at http://fabnyc.org/archive/dance-2017-03-28-2/
"HATCH Presenting Series was created in the Spring of 1997 in response to the need in the dance field for a cost-free space for emerging choreographers to investigate new work, present works-in-progress and engage in dialogue with the audience, free from financial pressure and the scrutiny of critical response.
This program presents Saturday evening performances each year sectioned into Fall and Spring series. The emerging choreographers who participate in the HATCH Series vary in age, perspective and technique. The Works believes that each of their voices deserves a platform for mentorship and performance. The dances offered range from solo to group pieces, some accompanied by live music or actors. The series has presented over 775 choreographic works."
Performances are held at The Works Studio, 131 West 24th Street, 4th Floor, New York City.
For more information contact the HATCH Coordinator
at 212-691-3803 or email@example.com
HATCH is supported, in part, by public funds from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs.
Come and give us your feedback after showing the developments of leveling with dancers Keiry Abril Amparo and Camilla Maria Davis http://www.greenspacestudio.org/Tickets.html
FERTILE GROUND is a monthly new works showcase for emerging and established artists now in its 11th season, producing the work of over 50 choreographers each year. This non-curated performance event features five or six choreographers each evening and includes a post-performance discussion with wine, moderated by Green Space’s Artistic Director, Valerie Green.
Come and watch the developments of leveling with performers Keiry Abril Amparo and Camilla Maria Davis
Every January, NACHMO (National Choreography Month) challenges choreographers, dancers, and movers of all types to create a new dance piece in one month.
Come see the results when they share their brand new dances with the public for the first time! Each evening runs about an hour and features a different cast of choreographers and dancers. $5 suggested cash donation.
"Dance has always been a site for revolutionary ideas in motion. To commemorate the centennial of Ireland's 1916 Easter Rising, Dance Research Forum Ireland (DRFI) – in partnership with New York University's Tisch Department of Dance, Tisch Department of Performance Studies, Steinhardt Dance Education, Glucksman Ireland House, and in association with Irish Arts Center – invites participation in its 6th biennial conference.
This interdisciplinary conference aims to explore themes related to rebellion in terms of movement and performativity. Topics may include, but are not limited to: How are narratives of selfhood and/or nationhood constructed, questioned, and reconstructed through performative socio-political and cultural practices? In what ways is the body a site of both remembering and re-imagining? How do performative practices enable community engagement and reflection during political and cultural crises? How does an embodied sense of place resonate in creative practice? In what ways do movement practices encourage the navigation of borders and/or re-inscription of boundaries - be they political, cultural, social, geographic, stylistic or historical?"