Collaborations in Dance Festival
Convergent MIrror, a new solo created and performed by Director Lynn Neuman, is being presented in NYC at COLLABFEST. Original music for the work is by Joshua Davis, who will be playing live.
WHEN: Sunday, September 14, 8:00pm
WHERE: Triskelion Arts, 118 North 11th St, Brooklyn, NY
General Admission: $16
 
Water Dreams in Washington Park
Join us in Washington Park for a kinetic performance reflecting water as a fundamental element, symbol of life, and wonderland. Occurring at multiple locations within the park, Water Dreams continues Artichoke Dance Company’s Human Mapping Project, site-specific works highlighting environmental issues.
WHEN: Saturday, September 27, 3:00pm
Rain date: Sunday, September 28, 3:00pm
WHERE: Washington Park (5th Avenue between 3rd and 4th Streets, Park Slope, Brooklyn)
FREE
 
Water Dreams Workshops
Workshop for dancers: Friday, September 26, 3:30-5pm
Workshop for youths and families: Saturday, September 27, 10:30am-noon
Washington Park (5th Avenue between 3rd and 4th Streets, Park Slope, Brooklyn)
These free workshops teach participants movements and concepts used in creating Water Dreams. Workshops participants can join in performing a section of the work with the company if they so choose.
Email us for more information or to confirm your participation.
 
These events are made possible with public funds from the Decentralization Program of the New York State Council on the Arts, administered in Kings County by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).
 
 
In Development - Overflow
 
Overflow is Artichoke Dance Company’s current work-in-progress for the stage and continues our ecological series that use the human body as reflective tool, modeling device, and interpreter of the natural world to explore our relationship with and impact on nature. It reconfigures some principles from the traveling site-adaptive work Water Dances for the stage setting, and devises other new sections entirely. Community members join forces in the set creation, saving and gathering discardables and recyclables for one week leading up to the performance. These are incorporated into the set, a Ghost Net(work) created by artist/architect Manuel Mansylla using a reclaimed industrial fishing net into which the objects are imbedded. Each Ghost Net(work) is unique and reflects the community from which it came. Premieres spring 2015. Available for tour beginning Summer 2015.
 
 
 
 
 
           
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