Saturday, May 3, 2014

DANCE CHANCE is tonight: May 3, 2014

Dance Chance Atlanta hosts new works by Andy Imm, Michika McClinton and Hez Stalcup

Conversation moderated by the one and only Priscilla Smith

**Doors at 7:00, Show at 7:30 sharp**
********$5 donation requested****

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FIELDWORK SHOWCASE is on May 4, 2014

Local artists share what they've developed through the Spring Fieldwork workshop sessions.

Winter/Spring 2014 Fieldwork Workshop Sessions will culminate in a Showcase open to the public.

The Fieldwork method originated in New York over 25 years ago, and CORE has been offering Fieldwork workshops for the Atlanta arts community since 1992. The workshops provide support, structure, and community to help artists immerse themselves fully in their creative work. The feedback method reveals how each piece is perceived by others and provides detailed information that helps artists hone their vision. By focusing on what’s happening in the work and how those choices shape the work, Fieldwork supports autonomy and authorship of each artist. Fieldwork is made possible through a partnership of CORE and Emory University’s Department of Theater and Dance with The Field (NYC).

Emory Dance presents a wide range of public programming each year, including Emory Dance Company concerts, site-specific performances, Women’s History Month Performance Series, Friends of Dance Lecture Series, Dance for Reel (dance for camera), Atlanta Contact Improvisation Jams, Fieldwork Showcases, guest artists, and faculty concerts. For more information on The Emory University Dance Program, visit http://dance.emory.edu/

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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

TREY MCINTYRE PROJECT RESIDENCY AT GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY'S RIALTO CENTER

Newly Added Residency Events

WHAT:  Trey McIntyre Project (TMP) Residency at Georgia State's Rialto Center has added open rehearsals and conversations leading up to their farewell performance that will close out the Rialto Series season Saturday evening at 8 PM.

WHEN & WHERE:  
THURSDAY, APRIL 24, AND FRIDAY 11:00 AM - OPEN REHEARSALS
Atlanta Ballet, Michael C. Carlos Dance Center, 1695 Marietta Blvd. NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 2:15 PM - CONVERSATION WITH THE DANCERS
Atlanta Ballet, Michael C. Carlos Dance Center, 1695 Marietta Blvd. NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 7:00 PM - PRE-SHOW TALK MODERATED BY SUE SCHROEDER WITH CATY SOLACE OF TMP
Rialto Center Lobby, 80 Forsyth St., NW, Atlanta, GA  30303-3083

MEDIA CONTACT:  Alexis Carthan, (404) 413-9822, acarthan2@student.gsu.edu

"TAKE A STAND LEND A HAND"




A FREE ANTI BULLYING COMMUNITY ARTS DAY
"TAKE A STAND LEND A HAND"
April 26, 2014 12:30pm - 2:30pm
The Dance 411 Foundation partners with Dance 411 Studios and Endulge Cupcakes
Boutique to bring you "Take A Stand, Lend A Hand," our 2nd Community Arts Day of 2014. We will tackle tough issues dealing with bullying and self-esteem during fun, interactive, and FREE kids activities. These include dance, drama, and music workshops. Join us for a day full of inspiration and encouragement for our youth.


KUREMA: MOVING AT THE SPEED OF PEACE

KUREMA: MOVING AT THE SPEED OF PEACE
 
For 24 hours on April 26,Rebecca Davis Dance Company  is organizing a global dance event to recognize, remember and commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Tutsi Genocide in Rwanda. On this day, 100 dance teachers from around the world will hold a minute of silence in their dance class and encourage students to send a message to the youth dancing in Rwanda today.
 
Are you a teacher? If you would like to teach a class, please email  
caitlyn@rebeccadavisdance.com for registration. Keep checking RDDC and twitter to see photos and videos from the classes being taught all around the world on April 26.





INMAN PARK DANCE FESTIVAL

INMAN PARK DANCE FESTIVAL
APRIL 26-27, 2014 4pm The Trolley Barn, 963 Edgewood Avenue 
The Inman Park Festival celebrates its 13th anniversary this year. In its history, the program has showcased more than 475 performers, paid Atlanta area dance companies over $35 thousand in performance fees and entertained more than 12,000 Festival attendees. With a goal of promoting dance companies committed to presenting great dance throughout Georgia, this year's program features both professional and amateur talent. Free performances by some of Georgia's most talented dancers by Full Radius Dance, Staibdance, Callanwolde Dance Ensemble, Ballethnic!