Taking a cue from Bryn Mawr College’s year-long series, Trisha Brown: In the New Body, we asked dancer and former Trisha Brown Dance Company member Wendy Perron how Brown imagined and interpreted “the new body.” Perron recalls the choreographer’s fascination with “wanting to see the body horizontal in space.”
With Center support, Bryn Mawr College presents Trisha Brown: In the New Body, which culminates in performances of Brown’s O zlozony/O composite by the Pennsylvania Ballet, June 9-12, 2016.
Wendy Perron is a writer, dancer, choreographer, and editor-at-large of Dance Magazine. Perron is a former member of the Trisha Brown Company, and her own group, the Wendy Perron Dance Company, appeared at the Lincoln Center Festival, The Joyce Theater, Danspace Project, and other venues in the US and abroad from 1983-97. Perron is the author of Through the Eyes of a Dancer, and has contributed reviews and features to publications including The New York Times, Village Voice, Ballet Review, and Dance Magazine.
Dancer, choreographer, and 2011 Pew Fellow Tania Isaac presented a performance installation in June 2013, at which audiences were encouraged to share their thoughts through photos, writing, and self-recordings.
Harold Wolpert is the managing director of Roundabout Theatre Company in New York City.
Curators Marissa Perel and Brian Wallace give an overview of Trisha Brown’s work as it connects to the In the New Body performances at the Barnes Foundation.
Curatorial planning informed a series of exhibitions presented during the 2010 National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts Conference.
Voloshky Ukrainian Dance Ensemble released a video trailer for its Center-funded performance, Steppes: A Crossover, featuring the premiere of a piece by Mark Morris.
Pam Tanowitz is a choreographer and the founder of Pam Tanowitz Dance. In 2015, she served as a Performance LOI panelist.
Matt Saunders (Pew Fellow, 2014) is a multidisciplinary theater artist whose practice is rooted in set design.
Martha McDonald is an interdisciplinary artist whose performances and installations feature handcrafted costumes and objects.
The Community Education Center has grown into an arts organization with a focus on cultivating a support system for artists, supported through residency and service programs.
In conjunction with FringeArts’ presentation of Macbeth by South African theater artist Brett Bailey, a series of panel discussion will be held to explore the social, political, and artistic themes within the work.
Cinnamon Catlin-Legutko is the President and CEO of the Abbe Museum in Bar Harbor, Maine, which presents the history and cultures of the Wabanaki people. She served as a panelist in Exhibitions & Public Interpretation in 2015.
BalletX presented the world premiere of Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s Still@Life and Helen Pickett’s Union.