Tuesdays in January and February
Feed the soul.
Dance through the world!
$20/ class $85/ 5 class card
check and cash only
330 Broom St. KDHT Dance Studio
ABOUT THE CLASS:
Emily will guide the group through focused practices of dance fundamentals to facilitate new coordination, strength, and conditions for vivid dancing. Touch, improvisational scores, and restorative practices will fertilize creative, personal, and interpersonal signatures of the dancing.
We will investigate our anatomy and expand our palettes of how we move through the world. Over the course of the classes, creative assignments will generate play and perspective about our personal dances through New York City.
There is a possibility of performance and continued workshops and classes for participants in the spring.
ALTAER WILD SPIRIT MOUNTAIN RETREAT 2013
Thursday August 15th thru Sunday August 19th, 2013
DANCE: Practical Space: An exploration of performance as practice, with 26 events
In “Practical Space” Anneke Hansen Dance investigates the act of performance and its application to the creation of a dance. By repetition of a 40 minute piece of choreography during 26 intimate, informal showings over the course of 5 weeks, we craft, explore, and hone our identities as dancers in order to more thoroughly develop our understanding of both this specific dance practice and of dance performance more generally. This is not a rehearsal, and it is not a premiere.
Join us in reflecting upon this particular human pursuit and contribute the element critical to the success of this experiment: an audience. Come once, come many times…
FREE! Seating is limited to 5 people per showing. Reservations required.
RESERVE YOUR TICKETS HERE!
@ Gina Gibney Dance Center
890 Broadway, 5th Floor (NYC)
Choreography: Anneke Hansen
Dancers: Ashley Handel, Anneke Hansen, Belinda He, Irene Hsi, Alice MacDonald, and Emily Moore
DANCE PERFORMANCE: Blues as a part of Some Sweet Day at MOMA
Deborah Hay (American, b.1941) is widely considered one of the most influential and relevant choreographers in experimental dance today. As a founding member of New York’s Judson Dance Theatre in the 1960s, she took part in radically reshaping American dance by opening it up to other art forms and by shifting it away from spectacle and toward ordinary, everyday movements. For Some sweet day, Hay contributes a new dance titled Blues, which was inspired Hay’s vision of a dance for 12 African American and 15 white American dancers in the Museum’s Marron Atrium and lobby. Addressing issues of race and social reality, Blues is a means “to ground the space in life.” Performance approx. 30 min.
A response with Sarah Michelson and Deborah Hay will be held on Saturday, November 3 at 4:00 p.m.
DANCE PERFORMANCE: Invisible/Visible by koosil-ja/danceKUMIKO
Dates: June 14th – 17th Thursday – Sunday
Location: Performing Garage 33 Wooster Street, Soho, NYC
Reservations: please call 212-966-3651 or send to email@example.com
– Lecture on “Identity according to Deleuze and my history” by Koosil-ja and Geoff Matters . Free and no reservation necessary.
-Hang Out Session (social forum for artists and audience) takes place immediately after each performance.
Invisible/Visible continues to follow the works of French Philosopher Gilles Deleuze. According to Deleuze “Beings are no longer seen as the realization of forms, but instead as the actualization of processes in becoming.” Being is “in becoming.” We refused to be identified with a pre-existing Idea of what we are. We are Real without resembling to Idea. We have moved on from the concept of “I think therefore I am”, from the concept that Mind is superior to Body. Dancers know in their bones that Mind and Body have no distinction.We are Real right now right here. Where? In the Body, with the Body. Body holds the key to our ontology of Being. But our perception of Body is not quite caught up. The image of Body is still in the cave. Invisible/Visible is a study of the Ecology of Image of Body.For Invisible/Visible, the movement oscillates in and out of the space and the bodies of dancers Melissa Guerrero, Elise Knudson, Astonkyle, Emily Moore, andAlice MacDonald. Following a detailed mathematical description of movement scale (by math consultant and music composer Geoff Matters), the dancers dance a movement phrase from a micro scale to the excess – pushing the Body to the limit.We want to acknowledge that:
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the city council.We also received grants from American Music Center’s 2011 Live Music for Dance Program, The Experimental Television Center’s Finishing Funds program, and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Swing Space program through a real estate donation from Capstone Equities.. The Experimental Television Center’s Finishing Funds program is supported by the Electronic Media and Film Program at the New York State Council on the Arts.We want to thank Experimental Intermedia, Roulette, and DANY Studio.
DANCE PERFORMANCE: Co/motion at WHITNEY BIENNIAL 2012
co/motion is a dance that weaves movement of sound and bodies, the intimate chaos of family with the structure of composition, and the instinctive brilliance of children with the talents of their parents. The co/motion cast is a diverse ensemble of accomplished and professional dance artists, musicians, composers, and performers, aged 7 months to 40 something years. This improvisatory choreography highlights the (extra)ordinary dance of the everyday.
Saturday May 12th, 2012
11:00 am -11:30 our performance practice
with a workshop continuing til 1:00pm led by Alicia, Jason & Margaret for families and people of all ages
The Whitney Museum, 4th floor.
945 Madison Avenue, NYC, NY 10021
Lanette Costas, Nathaniel, Ayana & Isaiah Stampley;
Rosalynde LeBlanc Loo, Rio & Mateo Loo;
Alicia Hall Moran, Jason Moran, Jonas & Malcolm Hall Moran;
Margaret Sunghe Paek, Loren Kiyoshi Dempster & Eleanor Dempster-Paek;
Dahlia Nayar & Ruthie Susheela;
Stacy Spence & Alexis Argilla-Spence;
Tami Stronach & Maya Steinbruner Stronach.
WHY: (by Margaret Sunghe Paek)
Because we’d love to share our practice with you…
Because we were invited to be a part of Alicia Hall Moran and Jason Moran’s week at the Whitney Biennial…
Because Nate and Lanette told Alicia about the practice we first shared in December at Danspace at St. Mark’s Church for Movement Research’s 20th Anniversary Fall Festival…
Because Ishmael Houston-Jones asked me to make a dance for that Fall Festival…
Because I was inspired by a group dance Shelley Senter directed in 1999 that included Catherine Sands and her children and which she wrote about in Contact Quarterly…
Because Barbara Dilley, my thesis mentor, encouraged me to read that article…
Because my thesis performance was a trio collaboration with my then 9 month old daughter and my cellist/composer husband in our home…
Because we’d love to share our practice with you.
photos by Ian Douglas
from Resident Artitsts: Assembled
at Movement Research’s Fall Festival 2011
Ongoing MELT Class at Kinespirit:
September 24th @ 5:30 pm
Emily performs Handleless with projectLIMB at Teaneck Nature Conservancy and Puffin Cultural Center. $10.
DANCE, YOGA, WILDERNESS EVENT:
September 16-18 at Rainbow Serpent. Westminster West, Vermont.
Yoga and Dance Nature Retreat: Balancing the Equinox Within
For More Info Visit http://www.rainbowserpent.us
DANCE, YOGA, WILDERNESS EVENT
August 17th- 21st, 2011 (Thursday-Sunday)
Emily teaches at Awakening the Spirit: A Yoga and Wilderness Retreat in the pristine
Uncompahgre Wilderness, CO.
Visit http://www.altaer.org/upcoming-retreats for more info.
August 26th and 27th, 2011 (Friday and Saturday) @ 4;30pm
Projectlimb performs Handleless at Solar One and Stuyvesant Cove, NYC: Free Event. Rain Date Sunday, August 28th.