Traces, a day of outdoor dance happenings, will celebrate the change into summer, dancing in public spaces, and connection of community. We will begin with a meditative movement class interacting with the land and inviting deep embodiment of the qualities and cycles of water on earth.
Traces, a day of outdoor dance happenings, will celebrate the change into summer, dancing in public spaces, and connection of community. We will begin with a movement and lecture workshop about the importance of soil microbiology in simultaneously preventing both flood and drought.
Vermont Dance Alliance (VDA) will present TRACES 2021 in three locations simultaneously: Montpelier, White River Junction & Burlington. Traces, a day of outdoor dance happenings, will celebrate the change into summer, dancing in public spaces, and connection of community. Traces began in 2016 as a day-long festival of outdoor dance happenings throughout downtown Burlington VT. As we move into our fifth annual Traces event, VDA has chosen the theme of water conservation. We believe that together we can make a difference in protecting the water in our communities.
Every 3rd Sunday, 4-6pm
May 16, June 20, 2021
More info/to register: https://www.opendoorworkshop.com/dance/2021/3/30/contemplative-dance-practice-cdp
Advance registration preferred but not required. Cash or check only onsite.
Held in-person at Lyman Point Park - 167 Maple St. WRJ 05001
The dance community of southwest Vermont has taken this unusual summer of 2020 to work outdoors, in backyards, and open areas to create our own responses to COVID-19 through dance. The project was initiated out of a sense of deep loss in not being able to dance together in our usual dance class setting. Everyone had to work within the specific guidelines for social distancing and wearing of masks. It has been somewhat strange to work this way but also wonderfully gratifying to be in each others presence, sharing mutual support and solving the challenges of the day together.
"A TRAVELING PARTY DEDICATED TO RELENTLESS SELF-PROGRESSION AND THE PURSUIT OF FEARLESSNESS."
A free event on Sunday, September 20th from 5-7:30pm at the State Capitol Lawn in Montpelier, VT.
5-6pm West African Dance Class
6-7pm Making Spoken Word Speak with Rajnii Eddins
7-7:30pm Free Food by Kismayo Kitchen and Dance Party
Movers 12 and up of all experiences and abilities, join THE ACTIVATION, organized by artists Millie Heckler, Angelina Ponzio Labate and Hanna Satterlee with videographers Paul Bronislaw Kmiec and Marni Leikin.
This one-time event aims to create and hold space for people to join in a movement meditation & site specific public installation. A simple movement score will be introduced on site, with the option to participate in a guided live interview. The footage will create a short film rallying people to vote and make change.
Join us for the "SoBo Studio Social Distance Show" 4pm on Saturday, Sept. 26 at the Outdoor stage at Living Memorial Park (aka Rotary Theater) at 61 Guilford Street in Brattleboro, VT! ALLLLLL the FEELINGS of quarantine wrapped into one demented bundle of joy, pain, confusion, and ecstatic despair. Dance, comedy, improv theater, storytelling, social commentary, political pontificating, more dance, a bit of tears, some laughter, and a post-apocalyptic fashion show! Your senses will be tickled, titillated, provoked and stroked!
OUTDOORS AND COVID SAFE!
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 email@example.com to reserve your spot by Friday October 2nd at 8pm. You will receive a simple liability waiver to complete to confirm your registration.