Join Lucia Gagliardone on April 14th at 7 pm to watch the world premiere of
Created by local dance artists Lydia Roe and Lucia Gagliardone, At Star Mountain is a pandemic-era dance project that will soothe your soul. It is restful. It is rooted. It is tender. You'll see some dancing and some trees and maybe, some reflection of the grief, gratitude, and isolation so many of us have faced this year.
This November 14th &15th, the Vermont Dance Alliance is hosting a Virtual Dance Symposium, in partnership with The Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth, and Next Stage Arts!
One of the evening events is a curated festival of dance films by Vermont dance artists and Dartmouth Dancers! We want to show your films!
Submissions due: October 9th
Examples of submissions include: High quality performance documentation, dance for camera projects, site specific works.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with:
1) Your Name
Highlight “House Party” is virtual celebration for New Year’s Eve! To ring in 2021, the celebration will welcome hundreds of Vermont-grown performers to live-stream from their own stages at the new virtual festival grounds! Imagine entering this new space and journeying through hundreds of unique stages — watch a live concert, have tea with an artist, dance with an acrobat, take your kids to a make-your-own-art workshop, or tune in to a cooking class with an amateur chef (and yes, there will still be fireworks this year!). At this house party, you can do it all! It’s your house.
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.
When change is who you are, who are you?
I've been working on this question for the last two years. A Singular They is some of the answer, in the form of a solo show for ground, aerials, and mobility apparatus. The works engage elements of identity and embodiment in a mosaic self-portrait, including an outsider's approach to masculinity, the way time changes with chronic pain, and what it's like to find freedom. It features pieces co-choreographed with Christal Brown, Nicole Dagesse, Polly Motley, NEVE, and Noah Witke Mele.
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 email@example.com details by November 30th.
Video work begins in December with Carla Kimball, videographer.