climate change featuring short plays including Homo Sapiens by Chantal Bilodeau, Science Is Dead by David Geary, Rubic’s Cube Solution by Sarena Parmar and Bottom Up by Ian Rowlands along with Proteus, a new dance work by Artichoke Dance Company.
Plays are directed by Ralph Lewis
Choreography by Lynn Neuman
Presented as part of Climate Change Theatre Action, a worldwide series of readings and performances.
Join us along with 350Brooklyn and #GetOrganizedBK to march in costumes made from plastic bags. Signs linking fossil fuel use and plastic consumption, ban the bag signs, and a cardboard pipeline and fossil fuel monster will accompany the group. We provide signs and costumes, or if you've made your own in our previous workshops, wear it.
Meet at 14th Avenue and 7th Street at 6:15 to get into costume. Parade begins at 6:30 and ends at JJ Byrne Playground/The Old Stone House. Route details here.
National Gallery of Art (Washington, DC)
Dive into the world of water with the premiere or Proteus, featuring an electronic reinvention of Vivaldi's Concerto for Violin and Cello in F major by Adam Borecki. Join us in the West Wing as we continue our focus on water and the health of the earth. All events at the National Gallery are free.
Join us in the studio for a look at the development of Proteus, a work of Voices of the Ocean. Composer Adam Borecki will skype in from the west coast for a conversation with our Artistic Director Lynn Neuman, the dancers, and you about the work and it's upcoming premiere at the National Gallery of Art.
Permaculture Festival Event --- Plastic Bag Costume Making Workshop
Do you have a surplus of plastic bags under your sink or in a cabinet? Repurpose those bags into a Halloween costume this year! Save money & the environment!
Workshop is FREE!
Located at The Old Stone House in Brooklyn
Beach Clean Up with Artichoke Dance
September 23, 9am-noon
Grab your sunscreen and meet us at the beach to collect and catalogue trash and debris. Last year 66,830 pounds of debris were removed along 233 miles of shoreline in New York State. We will provide bags and gloves.
Join dancers of Artichoke Dance Company to focus on movements that really move us through space. These will be utilized to perform in the Community Cultural Day parade on August 12 at 2:00pm.
Workshop is free and takes place in Henry Hudson Riverfront Park.
Learn a 10 minute group centered dance and then perform it with us at Community Cultural Day, August 12 at 4:30pm at the Henry Hudson Riverfront Park pavilion. We recommend that you also attend our costume making workshop immediately following.
This workshop occurs in Henry Hudson Riverfront Park - Hudson, NY
Global Water Dances on the Gowanus Canal
A month of workshops in dance, drumming and costume making culminated in a day of celebration with a costume parade, performance, eco-tour and kayaking. Check out the Channel 12 News feature and Brooklyn Paper article.