The Interspecies Dance Research Lab Vermont

A movement workshop and collaborative convening on presence, process and performance viewed through an interspecies lens. Join us as we investigate the realms of physical listening, corporeal clarity and kinesthetic legibility to bridge the possibilities of non/human connection and art making.

The day-long event will include a morning session working with horses outdoors and then an afternoon movement session in the dance studio. Lunch is included in the event as well. Please contact me if interested in participating. Pre-registration required.

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Kari Wolfe is a dancer-choreographer and dance studies scholar on faculty in the Middlebury College Dance Program. Her current research involves nature studies in dance, developing somatic knowledge through interspecies communication, and creating site-specific compositions in rural and wild landscapes.


The Middlebury College Dance Program seeks to develop the creative artist and artist/scholar through critical study and regular practice in contemporary, world dance techniques; improvisation and choreography; history, theory, and cultural studies; experiential anatomy and kinesiology; and performance. Along with classes, the Middlebury Dance Program hosts a series of master classes and workshops that are free and open to the public. Artists are brought in from all over the world to share their perspective and put into practice the notion that Movement Matters.


June 26, 2019
9:00 AM–5:00 PM




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Published May 28, 2019