Wednesday, December 24, 2014


Dear Atlanta dance community,

With gratitude for a dance filled Atlanta in 2014. We look forward to a dynamic, inspiring and abundant year of dance in 2015.

Happy Holidays !

For information on the classes and performances in Atlanta: 

If you have an upcoming dance event or a collaborative multicultural event that includes dance, please let us support you as part of our community. Email your details to

Happy 2015!  

Peace, love and dance.
Onur Topal-Sümer
DanceATL Coordinator 
Twitter: @danceatl

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Fundraising 101 Workshop at C4!

Fundraising 101 - This Friday!
Join C4 Atlanta for a 3-hour workshop about fundraising in the arts.

Fundraising 101 for Artists is a class for artists who are interested in learning about ways to raise money for art projects. Sign up online
Fundraising 101 will explore traditional and newer methods for raising art dollars, including: events, grants, crowdfunding and more.
When: Fri December 19, 2014
Time: 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Cost: $35 or $25 for C4 Members
Where: @Fuse Arts Center, 115 Martin Luther King Jr Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30303

Collective Dance Project Winter Show

Join Collective Dance Project for their first annual winter dance concert of the MJCCA's professional dance company, Collective Dance Project. Don't miss this great performance!
December 18 at 8:00 pm
December 21 at 5:00 pm.

Tickets are $10 for members and $12 for the community. To purchase tickets, please click here:

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Open Class at CORE Dance with Kristin O'Neal and Greg Catallier

They're back. All week long. Come dance!!
Greg Catellier and Kristin O'Neal take over the studio this week! This dynamic duo is teaching 9-10:30am M-F and 7-8:30pm

Photo by Lori Teague

Eyedrum's Performance Committee Fundraiser Party!

Join Eyedrum's newly formed performance committee for refreshments, dance on film screenings, music by Allen Welty-Green, and other live dance performance.

This is a chance for dancers, choreographers, performers, writers, composers, fillmmakers, and collaborators to network, see the space resources Eyedrum has to offer, and have some fun.
Join Eyedrum at the event and receive special discounts on rehearsal spaces, Eyedrum merchandise, music, and events. Ground-floor, wheelchair accessible.

Parking in the deck at MLK and Forsyth St. $3.
Doors and films at 7:30; performances begin at 8:30.

TanzFarm: Mouth to Mouth

Tanz Farm is a joint vision of glo and the Goat Farm to establish a 116-year old factory space as an inter/National destination for new ideas, languages and structures in live performance.

PLAYING NOW: series 2: "mouth to mouth"
Danielle Agami + Ate9dANCEcOMPANY ( Los Angeles)

OPENING NIGHT Thursday December 13, 8pm

$10-$25 here and at door:

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

GloATL: Gestures that soon will disappear: 4th BODY


Gestures that soon will disappear: 4th BODY
a hybrid form performance Exhibition
glo + Paper-Cut-Project collaboration

Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia

free and public

A hybrid form that experiments with new ways of performance inhabiting art spaces
and MOCA GA PREMIERE. gestures that soon will disappear is composed of assemblies
of ephemera, sound, paper, archival images, video and human interaction, deployed
through performative forms such as migrating choirs, anthems and moving sculptures
striving to rethink performance in museums as a creative experience for surprise response and shifting forms.

In dialogue with the entire museum, Lauri Stallings, glo and visual artist Maggie
Davis, photographers Thom Baker and Joe Dreher, fashion designer Maggie Dinkins 
and sound designer Tanner Smith, mix the outside/inside spaces and galleries with
phase II of gestures that soon will disappear, originally a roaming public work 
(July 2014) that wrestles with the poles of Stallings' practice: participation and
choreographic. The work begins the moment people encounter it and is presented continuously
during the daily operating hours of the museum, persisting over 9-weeks and inspired
to produce meaning and value through action, rather than objects.
thru December 20, 2014

presented by Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia