March 13th, 2pm-6pm Dance Hub ATL will open their doors - live and virtually - for audiences as a part of Hambidge Cross-Pollination Art Lab Second Saturday.
March 13th, 2pm-6pm Dance Hub ATL will open their doors – live and virtually – for audiences as a part of Hambidge Cross-Pollination Art Lab Second Saturday.
Dance Hub ATL residents are approaching this event as an open process with space to have conversations if visitors are interested in learning more. 4 artists – Porter Grubbs, Catherine Messina, Frankie Mulinix and Nadya Zeitlin – will share glimpses of their current creations. In addition to performances, we will introduce a new addition to our Hub – installations by Dima Alekseyev. For more details and updates, please check our Instagram page @dance_hub_atl. Donations are greatly appreciated and will support artists’ further process.
2:00 Studio is open to live visitors (up to 16 people at the same time, 10 chairs in the seating area. Masks are required).
2:30 Catherine Messina’s process is a peek into the creation of phrasework for a large scale piece, and how to restage that work after a year away due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Two of the original cast of eight will share some of the prompts in creating duets, unison work, formations, and more. Online via Instagram Live and in-person.
3:00 Nadya Zeitlin will show Alice, study #1 – the beginning stage of a new work that Bautanzt Here is designing inside Dance Hub ATL. Online via Instagram Live and in-person.
3:30 The butoh piece performed by Frankie Mulinix is exploring memory, changing identity, and brain injury. Online via Instagram Live and in-person.
4:30 Porter Grubbs will share some improvisation scores that they’ve been working on for Medium Collective’s summer series. Plus they will set up a layout with some of their Demon Body portraits and narratives that they’ve drafted. Online via Instagram Live and in-person.
6:00 Studio closes.
(Saturday) 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Dance Hub ATL
2450 Piedmont Rd., NE, Suite 110