April 10th, 2pm – 6pm Dance Hub ATL will again open their doors – live and virtually – for audiences as a part of Hambidge Cross-Pollination Art Lab
April 10th, 2pm – 6pm Dance Hub ATL will again open their doors – live and virtually – for audiences as a part of Hambidge Cross-Pollination Art Lab Second Saturday.
This hybrid event includes video screenings and live performances. It’s free for attending, but you can support artists with donations utilizing this option while registering for the event. No amount is small. We appreciate any support in these unusual times.
Please see the details below.
2pm – 6pm videos by resident artists in the upstairs cinema area, on the loop.
2pm – 6pm Shape Me – interactive performance by Porter Grubbs and The Mediums Collective.
3pm and 5pm Hollow Bones – live performance and installation; collaborating artists: Frankie Mulinix, Nadya Zeitlin, Dima Alekseev & Katya Kouznetsova of Contemporary Art and Architecture Lab.
We are committed to maintaining safety protocols, recommended by CDC. Masks are required for all guests at all times in the space. 5 people are allowed in the cinema area at a time. 15 people are allowed in the audience for live performances. High ceilings and open windows will provide needed ventilation in the space. Live performances will be streamed online via IGTV, facebook Live, Twitch.
Due to limited seating, we encourage registration to save your spot here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/second-saturday-dance-hub-atl-tickets-149155914355
Please see the schedule for reference:
for video program, please register for a 2pm – 3pm or 4pm – 5pm slot.
For Hollow Bones live performances 3pm – 4pm or 5pm – 6pm slot.
On site or online separate advance registration is needed for Shape Me interactive performance here: https://www.themediumscollective.com/shape-me-registration/shape-me-hambidge-second-saturday.
More on the program:
- Videos by Dance Hub ATL resident artists Jessica Bertram and Brit Leland, Jacob Lavoie, Catherine Messina, Frankie Mulinix and Leo Briggs, Nadya Zeitlin.
- “Shape Me” by The Mediums Collective: Courtney Lewis, Jahrea Brown, Luciana Arias, and Porter Grubbs.
What is the material of your most joyous experience or the last tender moment you shared with a partner? Step into the room with this moment in mind and shape the artist in the form of your heartspace. One artist will stand nearly nude in a neutral posture in the center of an intimate room. You are welcome to utilize any material in the room as a sculptural instrument. Once your sculpture is complete, the artist will manifest this shape through a performance. Eventually the artist will emerge from the material of your moment to leave you with the objects as a sculpture of their own.
Up to two people at a time to shape a single sculpture. Each sculpture and performance will last for 15 minutes, with five minutes between to reset. Audiences must register for a fifteen minute slot online or at the door. Signing a waiver is required for participation. Register here: https://www.themediumscollective.com/shape-me-registration/shape-me-hambidge-second-saturday.
(2:00pm – 2:15pm / 2:20pm – 2:35pm / 2:40pm – 2:55pm)
(3:00pm – 3:15pm / 3:20pm – 3:35pm / 3:40pm – 3:55pm)
(4:00pm – 4:15pm / 4:20pm – 4:35pm / 4:40pm – 4:55pm)
(5:00pm – 5:15pm / 5:20pm – 5:35pm / 5:40pm – 5:55pm)
- Hollow Bones is a collaboration between dance designer Nadya Zeitlin, butoh artist Frankie Mulinix and installation artists Dima Alekseyev, Katya Kouznetsova and young students of their Contemporary Art and Architecture Lab (Start With Art : Art Classes). Soundscape by Darya Spivakova.
Hollow Bones draws on the lives of the creators, exploring pivotal life decisions in choosing love, family, and immigration – and the costs of those leaps of faith. This is a draft for future site-specific work that will be performed in one of the Atlanta parks later in April.
Dance Hub ATL was chosen among 70 proposals from the Atlanta community to become a resident of the Hambidge Cross-Pollination Art Lab, curated by Hambidge Center in partnership with Rubenstein Partners and Uptown Atlanta with funding from Lubo Fund and Fulton County Arts and Culture.
Physical address: 2450 Piedmont Rd NE, Suite 110, Atlanta, GA, 30324.
Parking: Lindbergh City Parking, the garage behind Dunkin Donuts, beside Taco Mac. .
Directions can be found here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VZg2qEot4Fpqeb6VasHfgQJabLcX-EqX/view?usp=sharing
– For inquiries about Dance Hub ATL please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Please follow @dance_hub_atl on Instagram for more information and upcoming performances.
– More about Hambidge Cross-Pollination Art Lab and other residents: https://www.hambidge.org/art-lab-studios
(Saturday) 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Dance Hub ATL
2450 Piedmont Rd., NE, Suite 110