Level Caroline Woolard,blown glass, mineral oil, turned cherry wood, 18 x 8 x 14 inches. Level side Caroline Woolard,blown glass, mineral oil, turned cherry wood, 18 x 8 x 14 inches. Why Am I Talking W.
The Brooklyn Nutcracker transforms familiar Nutcracker characters and scenes to represent the diverse traditions and vibrant culture of melting pot Brooklyn. For questions or more information, email richardglover brooklynballet.
Saturday, September 15 Brooklyn Ballet welcomes students ages 3 through teen for a day of free classes at our Downtown Brooklyn dance school. Join us for FREE outdoor dance classes this summer! The classes are outside at the plaza at Ashland Place in Downtown Brooklyn.
July 16 at 6: August 27 at 6: September 17 at 6: David Appel is a choreographer, dancer, and teacher whose work has been presented in a range of contexts throughout North America, Europe, and in Mexico since He has received a number of grants and awards, among them three NEA Choreographers Fellowships, and has been invited to festivals in both the United States and abroad.
They have been collaborating together for the past 4 years building duets that draw from their experiences as humans and movers. His relentless curiosity gave birth to a structured technique permeated by poetry and aiming to become part of the current Avant-garde.
Even though Celli has codified a technical language belonging to the contemporary dance field, it is the use of simple gestures appreciated by the audience that the essence of his poetic language reveals itself. Enzo Celli works have been set on prestigious theatres including: She is the co-founder and co-artistic director of Crossroads Performance Group with her husband Step Raptis, performing interdisciplinary music and dance projects throughout the state of Arizona and regionally since She is one of the founders and President of the Arizona Dance Coalition, a web-based non-profit organization that supports dance resources throughout Arizona.
As a performer she currently works with Jodi Melnick and Joanna Kotze, and she has shown her own work at Center for Performance Research. In the fall of she co-founded with Anna Witenberg a monthly dance series, Sundays in Process, where peers are invited to show their recent choreographic work in various stages of development, in order to facilitate discourse around new and experimental work in a non-curated platform.
She works with time, pattern, rhythm, texture, color, space—and the relation of those elements to more concrete questions of politics, identity-making, and the uneven distribution of power locally and globally. What is the manifestation of that politics but the human bodies which live and die by its whims?
She is particularly interested in environmental justice, non-hierarchical political organizing and dismantling capitalism. Debbie Mausner graduated magna cum laude from Barnard College in Since graduating, she has performed with company TrainorDance. She has also collaborated and performed with visual artist Eric Gottshall on numerous multi-media performances, most recently at Art Against the Occupation Gallery.
Stephanie Saywell is a choreographer, performer, poet, clown, musician, and dramaturg from Groton, MA. In she completed the Dell' Arte International School of Physical Theatre's Professional Training Program where she studied commedia, melodrama, mask, clown, mime, and devised theatre.
In addition to apprenticing for and dancing repertory by the Bill T. Commissioning Program for Emerging Artists. She is now studying social dances under scholarship at Peridance Capezio Center. Sarah Toumani Dance Company is a New-York based dance company, mixing street styles and contemporary dance movements.
She is currently collaborating with Anna Sperber on a new work. She works to illuminate themes of alienation and intimacy; the image of self through the other.
She uses sparse rhythm, shape, and stillness to ride the vicissitudes of time that press upon the human body, leading it towards its inevitable decomposition and deterioration. Her own fictional, non-linear short stories and prose are the primary source from which she makes her dances.
Her research and interests in plastic, color, fantasy, sci-fi, sex, and ancient mythologies surrounding the female body heavily informs her tastes and imagery. Lizzy Zevallos is from Jackson, NJ.An open house that lifts the lid off everything.
You already know Hunter College is close to the subway, and that it offers a free ride to every incoming MFA student.. But what about the details? Gale Marie Thompson is the author of Soldier On (Tupelo Press, ) and Helen or My Hunger (YesYes Books, forthcoming).
Her work appears in Gulf Coast, American Poetry Review, Guernica, jubilat, Bennington Review, and Colorado Review, among schwenkreis.com has received fellowships from the Vermont Studio Center and Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts.
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mia received her MFA in Creative Writing from Mills College, Oakland, California, traditional Ohlone Territories, and is currently a student of somatics and trauma. She has performed her work across Canada and the United States, and is currently touring "Transmissions: Bodies/Echoes/Ash: An Audience-Engaged Grief Ritual.". Join us for The New School's Undergraduate Open House on Sunday, October 7, Learn more. Related Links. Meet Our Students Sharon Mesmer, MFA, Brooklyn College, is a Fulbright Specialist. where he received his MFA in Creative Writing. Undergraduate Open House ; Undergraduate Information Sessions Creative Writing (M.F.A.) Total Credits: GRE Required: No. Minimum TOEFL/IELTS Scores: (PBT), (IBT) or 7. The City College of New York. Convent Avenue New York, NY P: Contact Us.
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The City College of New York. Convent Avenue New York, NY P: Contact Us. Brooklyn College is delighted to announce the following awards for our faculty and alumni: This small, highly personal two-year program in creative writing confers master of fine arts degrees in fiction, poetry, and playwriting.
Undergraduate Open House. MFA Program Profile: Brooklyn College We spoke to Eliza Hornig, Administrator of the MFA Program in Creative Writing at Brooklyn College. Take a look at what they have to offer MFA students and pay particular attention .