Choreographer and Pew Fellow Tania Isaac (2011) presents an iteration of her Center-funded discovery project open notebook: crazy beautiful. Based on her “open notebook” research format in which she documents her creative process through sound, photographs, videos, and writing, the new work is a performance-as-installation, which transforms the space into a laboratory for investigation. For the performance of crazy beautiful at FringeArts, Isaac will present a solo movement drama that combines personal documentary and social commentary in a participatory environment.
- Grants & GranteesRaphstravaganza: An Urban Kinetic Experience
Leading hip-hop artist Raphael Xavier brought together masterful street performers, extreme BMX riders, acrobatic contortionists, and live music by saxophonist and composer Bobby Zankel for a contemporary circus-style performance in City Hall's courtyard that paid tribute to the soul of the urban street.grant-contentraphstravaganza-an-urban-kinetic-experience
- Grants & GranteesEndless Shout
This timely, interdisciplinary, experimental series of dance, music, poetry, mixed media installations, and interactive programs—from acclaimed artists and scholars such as choreographer taisha paggett, designer Raul de Nieves, and composer George Lewis— invites audiences to consider African American performance aesthetics and the role of performance in museum spaces.grant-contentendless-shout
- EventTrisha Brown In the New Body Lectures Crossroads of Dance and Visual Art
Setting the stage for the performances of Trisha Brown's Early Works at the Barnes Foundation, Susan Rosenberg, scholar-in-residence at the Trisha Brown Dance Company, offers an overview of Brown's career at the crossroads of dance and visual art.event-contentin-the-new-body-at-the-crossroads-of-dance-and-visual-art