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From artist and friend Keiko Uenishi (based in NYC) I share with you:
Added by Marlon Barrios Solano on March 18, 2011 at 3:41pm — No Comments
We've had alot of requests to extend the call for proposals to be included in our first Contemporary Performance network publication titled Contemporary Performance TXTS. So we have extended the deadline to March 21, 2011.
A little more about the book and how to apply:
This will be a network produced book about how we as contemporary performance makers prepare, road map, document, and archive our work. In…
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Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874-1936) was a British writer whose criticism holds up over time. His depiction of "A Midsummer's Dream" reveals such a fresh perspective with an acute sense of how Shakespeare "catches the atmosphere of a dream. The personalities are well known to everyone who has dreamt of perpetually falling over precipices or perpetually missing trains. ... The author contrives to include every one of the main peculiarities of the exasperating dream. Here…Continue
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LOW LIVES 3
INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Deadline: March 20, 2011
About Low Lives:
Now entering its third year, Low Lives is an international exhibition of live performance-based works transmitted via the internet and projected in real time at multiple venues throughout the U.S. and around the world. Low Lives examines works that critically investigate, challenge, and extend the potential of…
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The editor Daniel Kontz for THE CAMERA BETRAYS YOU submitted by Liz Staruch and Mark O'Maley from West Chester University is a young talent to follow. Daniel transformed the team's flip-book idea into a dynamic, graphically pleasing jaunt, taut with tension. Shot on the High Line in NYC, THE CAMERA BETRAYS YOU makes you grin and wonder, as it draws you into its go-go/freeze rhythm. The video was created with 10,000 photographs of action and celebrated by the High Line on their website.…Continue
Added by Deirdre Towers on March 15, 2011 at 10:00am — No Comments
Hello Dance-Tech.Net World!
My name is Nadia Lesy. I currently work as a freelance videographer and editor in New York City. I often shoot dance performances at Dance New Amsterdam. I currently own professional High Definition video equipment and edit on Final Cut Pro.
I am available to shoot a your next dance…Continue
Russian (Moscow-based) Dance Agency TsEKh started in 2000 when several Moscow independent dancers and choreographers created an artistic association "TsEKh" thus opening the space for experiment and innovation. The association launched the project "Saturdays in TsEKh" which for the first time was regularly presenting dance theatres' works to Moscow audiences.
In 2001 with the support of the Ford Foundation the association developed into the non commercial partnership Dance Agency…
Added by Taisia Petrova on March 14, 2011 at 12:00pm — No Comments
This edition of Test_Lab will showcase new technology-inspired modes of live musical performance that radically transform the performer’s relationship with the audience.
March 31, 2011. 20:00 - 23:00
V2_, Eendrachtsstraat 10, Rotterdam
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Don't miss the Cie Gilles Jobin's new creation, SPIDER GALAXIES, on March 15 till 17, at Bonlieu Scène nationale in Annecy!
After the heady Black Swan he created in 2009, Gilles Jobin commits himself further into movement with this new piece. Accompanied by 4 iconographer dancers, he conceives elaborate generators of figurative abstraction, while Cristian Vogel and Carla Scaletti invoke the particles and Daniel Demont disperses the spectrum. Protean, infinitely large or…
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Does one always set out to communicate when one writes?
No, sometimes you are just trying to understand your thoughts,
study your dreams, wrestle with something you heard, did, or saw, come to
grips with the mysteries of being.
Communication begins when you think about someone other than just yourself.
This might be why good writing is also…
Added by Deirdre Towers on March 5, 2011 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Created by San Francisco Bay Area based artist Beth Fein in 2005, dance anywhere® has turned into a world wide dance party with thousands of participants across the globe! Create your profile on the site to put yourself on the dance anywhere® map!
Added by Beth Fein on March 4, 2011 at 7:16pm — No Comments
Sergi nos ha pasado este apetito sobre Estilo Internacional, sobre el ir trabajando y el ir entendiendo conforme se trabaja, sobre el cansancio, sobre el correr, sobre un hacer que muta en relación a los espacios, sobre el hacer sin representar, …
Esto no es una…Continue
Added by La Porta on March 4, 2011 at 7:26am — No Comments
de lo invisible durante el proceso en Pontós GironaContinue
no se porqué a veces se me escapa hacer los puntos de las íes con un circulito en
vez de con un punto,..dicen que es signo de egocentrismo… otros dicen inmadurez
y también falta…
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