Bryn Mawr College presents an open studio lecture and demonstration in conjunction with the ongoing retrospective Trisha Brown: In the New Body. Pennsylvania Ballet dancers join Trisha Brown Dance Company members, and choreographer and former Trisha Brown Dance Company member Stephen Petronio to discuss the unique elements of Brown’s movement in advance of Pennsylvania Ballet’s performance of Brown’s O zlozony/O composite.
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This exhibition at the Galleries of Moore College of Art & Design will critically re-examine the emergence and development of unorthodox, artist-driven, and collective artistic practices in Mexico City in the 1990s.
The William Way LGBT Community Center presents OutBeat: America’s First Queer Jazz Festival. The four-day festival will highlight intersections between sexual orientation, gender identity, and jazz history and culture.
Visual artist Ken Lum is a professor in the School of Design at the University of Pennsylvania.
Bringing together some of hip-hop’s most influential pioneers, Clark will present what he calls his “physical autobiography” in a dance-theater performance blending street dance techniques with spoken word narration and video.
An experiment in narrative structure that combines several forms of storytelling, physical language, and a cappella choral music, this world premiere play will investigate “questions of prophecy, fate, and predestination,” says Kaufman.
Spanish dancer and choreographer Rosario Toledo choreographed an original dance for Pasión y Arte, marking the company’s first collaboration with a major flamenco artist.
Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, founding director of Urban Bush Women, on why “wanting profound social change and being an artist [are] not contradictory or binary places.”
Cohabitation Strategies (CohStra) is a non-profit cooperative for socio-spatial research, design, and development based in New York City, Rotterdam, and Ibiza.
Choreographer Jawole Willa Jo Zollar is founding artistic director of Urban Bush Women, a performance ensemble dedicated to exploring the use of cultural expression as a catalyst for social change.
Choreographer Amanda Miller collaborated with Cheam Shapiro in Takhmao, Cambodia to research the intersection of classical Cambodian dance with her western classical ballet training.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reviewed the latest presentation in The Crossing’s Month of Moderns festival, The Gulf (between you & me).
Midway Avenue is a solo performance that uses personal reminiscences and universal yearnings to explore the relationship between memory and self.