This year’s A.M. Collaborative program is nearing a grand finale, and the second cohort of artists will soon showcase their long-term interdisciplinary projects. DanceATL is thrilled to congratulate these visionaries, each of whom has invested their own unique perspectives and procedures. Moreover, we eagerly look forward to presenting the fruits of their synthetic exploration. The pieces will premiere all together at a live in-person showing on Saturday, March 12, at 6 p.m. onstage at the Windmill Arts Center’s intimate black box theater.
Meet the participating artists of A.M. Collaborative 2021-22! Click on a name below to jump to their bio! Jenn Klammer Leo Briggs Nina Gooch René Nesbit Shannon Yarbrough Shellie Schmals Daniela McCurdy Jamaali Roberts Megan Hundley Kiera O’Reilly Please support […]
Meet the participating artists of A.M. Collaborative 2020-21. Click on a name below to jump to their bio! Ania BartelmusAndie KnudsonA. Raheim WhiteCatherine MessinaChristina VendittiCynthia ChurchFrankie MulinixHannah MyersHG GruebmeyerJacob LavoieJanie YoungJenn Klammer Jenna LathamJessica Brooke AndersonKathryn GutierrezKeith ReevesKlayne RoladerLeo BriggsLoren […]
A.M. Collaborative is a program that the DanceATL Education/Mentorship committee has facilitated for the past 5 months, connecting 20+ artists of different disciplines together in a creation process. Love this program/service to the community? Please support DanceATL by donating below […]
DanceATL – Education and Mentorship Committee Chairperson Samantha Spriggseducation@danceatl.org404-697-8623 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE A.M. Collaborative, a new artist collaboration initiative from DanceATL DanceATL’s Education and Mentorship Committee introduces A.M. Collaborative, a brand-new initiative for working artists of a variety of disciplines. This […]
Applications for our 2021-2022 cohort of A.M. Collaborative have closed. Stay tuned for more updates! Are you an Atlanta-based artist who works within the realm of dance and performance? Are you invested in collaboration and community-building? Would you and your […]