Thanks to all who came to the Motion State Dance Film Series screening on October 14, in the courtyard behind Troop in Providence! The sky was clear, the cider was hot and the films (nine from around the world) were fantastic. Big thanks to all the artists! (And special thanks to Troop for helping make it happen.) Stay tuned for more screenings around New England to be announced.
“Life is a learning journey for us all—a process of finding what we do well and how we can build on that, challenging our assumptions and exploring new options and possibilities, as well as deeply exploring how we ‘get in the way’ of our learning… The Feldenkrais Method explores these questions through the medium of attending to our movement… We bring curiosity to the fore, and explore how we act in the world, on the world, and respond to the world we live in…deeply investigating one of the main premises of Moshe Feldenkrais’ teaching: ‘If you know what you are doing you can do what you want.'”
Today we’re celebrating the seventh anniversary of working with client Jeff Haller / Inside Moves! It’s been an absolute pleasure to strategize, produce and spread the word about his offerings as one of the top Feldenkrais Trainers in the world. We look forward to many more years together!
We’re over the moon to be taking on management of the legendary Susan Marshall & Company! Besides making seminal dance works and immersive performance-installations, Marshall is exploring the creation of arts experiences that truly welcome neurodiverse audiences.
The first-ever Motion State Dance Festival was a huge success! We are thrilled to be building contemporary dance audiences in New England, and look forward to future ventures! Here’s a peek at the many artists we presented.
It’s been thrilling and fascinating to manage this project focused on artist-led archiving with Bebe Miller Company. Now onto the meta-project of synthesizing/sharing so much good material generated at these gatherings since Spring 2017!
Pre-D+B, Lila Hurwitz designed Contact Quarterly magazine for 11 years. Here are all the issues that she designed… a rainbow of goodness. The last-ever print issue is on the stands now, but CQ lives online!
We’ve got a new name, an incredible line-up, and lots of excitement building for this new contemporary dance festival we’re co-producing in Providence, RI. Check out who’s coming and save the dates; tickets on sale soon!