Join an expert arborist and aerialist team for a unique outdoor workshop where you learn the ropes of climbing as well as flex your creative spirit from the safety of harness dancing. For any curious movers - aerialist, climber, researcher, dancer, arborist, acrobat, explorer - ascend into a world of aerial exploration and personal discovery with nature as your creative backdrop. No prior experience necessary, just your desire and openness to move your body and commiserate with nature.
Been wanting to fit creative practice into your week? Ready to make and meet some goals? Excited to join a supportive creative cohort?
THIS IS FOR YOU!
Commit to a dedicated creative work session once weekly for four weeks and see what arises! We will spend time both bringing ourselves into internal reflective practices, as well as creating and sharing with new collaborators across the group.
CHOREOLAB: What is it?
CHOREOLAB: What is it?
The Junction Dance Festival, Inc., has created this program to financially assist choreographers/performers in their artistic career. Eligible participants are invited to use a well-equipped studio/performance space at no charge, for two months in the spring. In addition the choreographers/performers will have the opportunity to perform their new work at the Barn and at the Briggs Opera House in White River Junction during The Junction Dance Festival summer event
NACHMO Vermont Dance Making Collective
What is NACHMO*?
NACHMO SEEKS TO BUILD A CONNECTED, ACTIVE, AND INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY OF DANCE MAKERS ACROSS THE WORLD.
NACHMO aims to make the creative process more accessible to choreographers of all backgrounds, means, and locations.
NACHMO builds this community by challenging choreographers, dancers, and movement enthusiasts to create new dance works.
NACHMO is about the process of dance-making.
Deepen your connection with useful technology for your creative and teaching work: VDA presents a series of mini courses focusing on Dance and Technology. Are you a new creator looking to learn the basics?
Join interdisciplinary artist Hanna Satterlee for a weekend-long workshop on creating site-specific works. Open to musicians, performers, dancers, poets and curious thinkers. The workshop will take an interdisciplinary format, utilizing all of our senses, and working with the environment as an active collaborator in our musings.
"Falling Open Festival"
October 9th and 10th, 2021
“Falling Open Festival” will be a two day virtual gathering to reconnect, inspire, and unite the Vermont and New England dance community. Presented in partnership with New England Foundation for the Arts.
Pay what you can! Suggested donation $10-25 per offering.