Invisible Site

Invisible Site is a new site-specific performance created by UVM’s Music and Dance Artist in Residence Julian Barnett. The performance utilizes UVM’s brand new Cohen Integrative Arts Center as it’s frame to excavate themes of identity, community, and the potential. With a cast of performers of UVM students, live music by Barnett, and lighting design by Bert Crosby, the performance explores the metaphor of invisibility, as well as hyper-visibility, as a way of foreseeing and processing the future, and paints a world that moves, shifts, and vibrates with resonance.

The performance will traverse the various rooms, halls, and stairways of the Cohen Center and will run approximately 40min.

Limited audience capacity (25 per performance). To reserve tickets, contact DanceProgram@uvm.edu and specify which performance you will attend, plus number of tickets. Admission is $5 (cash or check at door).

Direction by Julian Barnett
Choreography by Julian Barnett, in collaboration with the performers
Performance by Tessa Barnett, Giovanna Carlson, Claire Cook, Katie Henry, Dina Posada, Nick Spaulding-Tansey, and Natalie Tikhomirova
Sound by Julian Barnett, Andy Stott, and Murcof
Lighting Assistance by Bert Crosby
Photo Art by Antony Gormley

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The Dance Program at The University of Vermont provides the opportunity to develop and expand technical, creative, and theoretical dance knowledge and facilitates rich and meaningful interaction between students, faculty, guest, and community artists. The heart of the program lies in the practice and theory of modern/contemporary dance, but multiple styles and approaches are offered, including African dance, Argentine tango, ballet, Brazilian dance, Capoeira, composition, hip hop, improvisation, site performance, somatics, and more. Part of the Department of Music and Dance, the program frequently collaborates with faculty and student composer/musician colleagues, and enjoys a close working relationship with the Department of Theatre as well. UVM Dance offers multiple performances, master classes, and workshops throughout the academic year, often in partnership with the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts.

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The Dance Program at The University of Vermont provides the opportunity to develop and expand technical, creative, and theoretical dance knowledge and facilitates rich and meaningful interaction between students, faculty, guest, and community artists. The heart of the program lies in the practice and theory of modern/contemporary dance, but multiple styles and approaches are offered, including African dance, Argentine tango, ballet, Brazilian dance, Capoeira, composition, hip hop, improvisation, site performance, somatics, and more. Part of the Department of Music and Dance, the program frequently collaborates with faculty and student composer/musician colleagues, and enjoys a close working relationship with the Department of Theatre as well. UVM Dance offers multiple performances, master classes, and workshops throughout the academic year, often in partnership with the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts.

When

October 26–27, 2018

Cost

$5

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Published October 15, 2018