Drexel University’s Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design presents acclaimed French choreographer Boris Charmatz’s experimental performance piece Levée des conflits, as part of the 2016 Fringe Festival. Levée des conflits is a work for 24 dancers based on 25 repetitive movements that unfold over time. Each dancer develops a movement that is transmitted to the performers, accumulating in space, and building person by person, from a solo into more direct relationships and interactions, and finally expanding into a performance of the full series by the entire cast.
Through the ongoing Center-funded project re-PLACE-ing Philadelphia, Painted Bride Art Center presents a new work by choreographer and Guggenheim Fellow Reggie Wilson.
Composer Vijay Iyer and librettist Mike Ladd on how improvisation functions within their creative process.
Dance artists Megan Mazarick, Shavon Norris, and Meredith Rainey created new works in residency at the Community Education Center.
Headlong second River Charrette will take place at RAIR and will address sustainability issues through art and performance.
Visiting Scholar Kristy Edmunds on the significance of interdisciplinary engagement among arts and cultural organizations.
New Paradise Laboratories is an experimental performance ensemble that explores radical means to bend conventional ideas of theater.
Directing My Dancers/Directing Myself allowed Nichole Canuso to reevaluate her choreographic practice, mentoring under U.K.-based dancer Wendy Houstoun.
As the Center has opened the cycle for 2016 grants, the program directors share insights into the application process.
The Painted Bride commissioned composer, bandleader, and jazz drummer John Hollenbeck to create and perform a new work with his Large Ensemble.
You have to almost exhaust yourself sometimes to let yourself say what it is, or do what it is, in the most honest way.
Matthew Higgs is director and chief curator of White Columns, an alternative art space in New York.
Laurie Uprichard is the executive director of Stephen Petronio Company, and former director of the Dublin Dance Festival.