Interdisciplinary

Interdisciplinary

Pop Up Outdoor Dance Class

Pop Up Outdoor Dance Class

Join Hanna Satterlee outside for a socially distanced dance class that will fuse somatic, improvisation, composition and contemporary technique practices. Let us come together to find joy and freedom in our dancing! Some Movement/Dance experience recommended.

SUNDAY October 4th: 1 - 2:30pm

To register please follow these instructions:
Email hannasatt@gmail.com to reserve your spot by Friday October 2nd at 8pm. You will receive a simple liability waiver to complete to confirm your registration.

Mixed Medium Dance Symposium

Mixed Medium Dance Symposium

Presented by the Vermont Dance Alliance and Next Stage Arts in collaboration with the Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth, with support from the Vermont Arts Council, Open Door Integrative Wellness and the Vermont Creative Network/Chittenden County Zone!

These New England arts organizations are working together to create an interactive Mixed Medium Dance Symposium, open to all, online on November 14th & 15th. Join us for a weekend of events dedicated to Interaction, Adaptation, Engagement, Collaboration & Innovation.

VIDEO PROJECT: STUMBING TOWARD EMPOWERMENT

VIDEO PROJECT: STUMBING TOWARD EMPOWERMENT

CALL FOR DANCERS: WOMEN OF COLOR, for video project on Women's Struggle Toward Empowerment, in dance and poetry.
Over 20 performers, self-videoing from their own homes. Seeking two women dancers of color, age--teen - 60's. Possible screening at Bookstock, 2021.
Info: Contact Peg Brightman for peggybrightman@gmail.com  details by November 30th.
Video work begins in December with Carla Kimball, videographer.

Yvonne Brunot (Stage Name: Sekhmet)

Yvonne Brunot (Stage Name: Sekhmet)

Yvonne can’t remember a time when she wasn’t listening to music. Raised on the 331/3 RPM records of her pianist mother, she knew at an early age that music and movement should go together. Already exposed to classical music and popular American musicals, she began to explore the international options at her local public libraries. In almost no time, she became captivated by the music of the Mediterranean, the Middle East and India. However, she still knew that there were types of specific dances related to the musical cultures of these regions and that she had to find them.

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