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Jul
27
10:00 AM10:00

Dance Workshop Series: Soloing Together

$10-$20 Sliding Scale. Emily Jones and Hannah Krafcik are artists-in-residence this summer. They are teaching a series of Saturday dance workshops (7/27-8/17) and performing a new work (8/17). Come dance! In this compositional workshop, we will experiment with ways to hone in on improvised and choreographed solos, together.

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Aug
3
10:00 AM10:00

Dance Workshop Series: Living Room Practice, pt. 1

$10-$20 Sliding Scale. Emily Jones and Hannah Krafcik are artists-in-residence this summer. They are teaching a series of Saturday dance workshops (7/27-8/17) and performing a new work (8/17). Come dance! In this workshop series, we will question the way consent and reciprocity are practiced in contact improvisation, acknowledging that we each embody different histories and shifting identities that shape and inform our practices as movers that move together.

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Aug
10
10:00 AM10:00

Dance Workshop Series: Living Room Practice, pt. 2

$10-$20 Sliding Scale. Emily Jones and Hannah Krafcik are artists-in-residence this summer. They are teaching a series of Saturday dance workshops (7/27-8/17) and performing a new work (8/17). Come dance! In this workshop series, we will question the way consent and reciprocity are practiced in contact improvisation, acknowledging that we each embody different histories and shifting identities that shape and inform our practices as movers that move together.

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Aug
17
10:00 AM10:00

Dance Workshop Series: Sensing in Spirals

$10-$20 Sliding Scale. Emily Jones and Hannah Krafcik are artists-in-residence this summer. They are teaching a series of Saturday dance workshops (7/27-8/17) and performing a new work (8/17). Come dance! In this axis syllabus inspired dance class we will orient toward the spiraling nature of our joints and connective tissues. Sensing into the triaxial movement that exists in our bodies we can find coordination in congruence with our individual design.

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Jun
15
7:30 PM19:30

A Flighty Piece of Nothing by rj(c)

Victory just celebrated his 75th and is NOT in a wheelchair. He is dancing and playing with me in this collaboration. I started my contemporary dance career at age 41, and before that I had a background in theatre, but hadn't done performance at all for about 10 years. My birthday is coming up. We are together heralding 127 combined years on this planet. Well, that is just a Flighty Piece of Nothing really.

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May
30
10:30 AM10:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

Inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. Investigate your body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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May
23
10:30 AM10:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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May
16
10:30 AM10:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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May
9
10:30 AM10:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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May
2
10:30 AM10:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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Apr
27
11:30 AM11:30

Kimmie and Joe's Rhythm Lab

Love rhythm and the freedom of improvisation? We want to workshop with you! Through an improvisational approach, this lab will dissect and expand on simple rhythmic ideas. Open to tap dancers, musicians of any instrument, and rhythm makers (so....everyone!) So bring your ax and come play, we'll make something truly unique!

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Apr
25
10:30 AM10:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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