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As a part of Hambidge Cross-Pollination Art Lab Second Saturday, Dance Hub ATL is welcoming audiences in-person and virtually, to witness what our residents
As a part of Hambidge Cross-Pollination Art Lab Second Saturday, Dance Hub ATL is welcoming audiences in-person and virtually, to witness what our residents have been working on. Please see the program below.
This event includes outdoor and indoor performances – works in progress.
The event is free for attending.
If you are able to support artists further in their residency, there is an option to donate while registering for the event. No amount is small!
Studio will stay open for the audience from 2pm – 6pm.
Outdoors (and live streamed): patio and green terrace in front of the studio:
– Nadya Zeitlin will activate the outside patio and green terrace in front of the Dance Hub ATL studio. She is in the process of research for Archs and Textures site-specific work, inspired by Socialist Modernism style in architecture. 15 minutes sessions.
During the whole duration of the evening audiences will have the opportunity to create their own Archs and Textures objects via elements provided by Nadya. More details to come.
3:00pm, 5:00pm, Indoors (and live streamed):
– Frankie Mulinix (Vandellous) in collaboration with Jase Wingate are creating performances based on hysteria and their research into the stories of women in psychiatric hospitals with that diagnosis and the role of photography in establishing the practice of psychology.
They will share a butoh piece, Wandering Uterus, and a part of a clowning/butoh piece, Release Me, Release My Body.
– Jessica Bertram will be sharing her work in progress entitled “the feminine divine/bloody sacrifices” in collaboration with Brit Leland.
We are committed to maintaining safety protocols, recommended by CDC. We ask all our guests to wear masks at all times in the space. 10 people are allowed in the audience for live performances indoors. High ceilings and open windows will provide needed ventilation in the space. Live performances will be streamed online via Instagram Live.
For more information and updates, please check Dance Hub ATL Instagram account: @Dance_Hub_ATL, https://www.instagram.com/dance_hub_atl/
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/second-saturday-may-dance-hub-atl-tickets-152235236691
(Saturday) 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Dance Hub ATL
2450 Piedmont Rd., NE, Suite 110
We are inviting you to Piedmont Park on May 15th, 6pm, at the Oak Hill - field adjacent to Piedmont Ave NE and 12th Street entrance gates. Bring
We are inviting you to Piedmont Park on May 15th, 6pm, at the Oak Hill – field adjacent to Piedmont Ave NE and 12th Street entrance gates. Bring blankets or chairs, snacks and drinks, and enjoy a wonderful Saturday evening in the park while watching a one-of-a-kind site-specific performance of Hollow Bones. The event is free to attend.
By means of butoh, dance theater, outstanding costume and set design elements, this work explores how life-changing leaps of faith require personal loss in the hope of a better life. Hollow Bones explores awakening to a strange world where the performer is the alien, encountering pivotal moments where they have to choose to embrace change and let go of the familiar parts of themselves and their prior life.
Hollow Bones is a collaboration between butoh performer Frankie Mulinix (Vandellous), dance designer Nadya Zeitlin, visual artists Dima Alekseev and Katya Kouznetsova. First version of this work premiered early April at the Dance Hub ATL.
Please call (404) 729-8458 if you need help finding us.
This work was created while in residency with Hambidge Cross-Pollination Art Lab.
(Saturday) 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Piedmont Park, 1071 Piedmont Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30309