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Season Four of DanceATL’s A.M. Collaborative Unveils a Fusion of Artistry and Innovation

Season Four of DanceATL's A.M. Collaborative Unveils a Fusion of Artistry and Innovation

On March 24 at 3pm, DanceATL will present a final showcase featuring the work of artists in our 2023-24 A.M. Collaborative program. Currently in it’s fourth season, A.M. Collaborative connects Atlanta-based artists of varying disciplines with a creative partner, providing […]

DanceATL’s A.M. Collaborative presents its third annual performance and exhibits

<strong>DanceATL’s A.M. Collaborative presents its third annual performance and exhibits</strong>

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.

Meg Gourley expresses gratitude as she reflects on her career

Meg Gourley expresses gratitude as she reflects on her career

Reflecting on her early dance training, Meg Gourley says, “I really didn’t like [dance] for a long time.” It wasn’t until Gourley earned her pointe shoes and added more dance forms to her ballet training that she realized her deep love for the art of dance. With no pun intended, Gourley describes this formative experience as being “a real turning point” in her relationship with dance. 

A.M. Collaborative’s 2021-22 season to be presented March 12

A.M. Collaborative's 2021-22 season to be presented March 12

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.

Zachary Todd combines his experience in dance and design to support emerging Atlanta artists

Zachary Todd combines his experience in dance and design to support emerging Atlanta artists

November 19, 2021Volume 3 Issue 1By: Porter Grubbs Zachary Todd has sustained a presence in the Atlanta dance scene for over a decade. Since moving here in 2010, he has shared his expertise as a performer with many different artists […]

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