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Dancing ART! at Dixon Place brings Visual Arts to Life through Dance
Please join us for this unique virtual event, Dancing ART!, where dance tells the story behind the visual artwork!
Date: September 25, 2020, Friday.
Time: 7:30 p.m. EDT
Where: DP TV at Dixon Place Theater.
Duration: 30 minutes video streaming + Q&A
It is FREE. However, donations are welcome.
‘Dancing ART!’ project fuses the worlds of dance and visual arts and presents a multi-media and multi-disciplinary experience. This show will be presented on a virtual (zoom) platform, due to COVID-19.
The 30 minutes, pre-recorded, online premiere will feature two incredibly talented and versatile collaborators who have created video content of dance and art remotely, exploring the story and inspiration that is expressed in the artworks.
The featuring visual artists:
* Christine Liu – 2 Artworks: ‘A New Reef’ AND ‘A New Calm’. Mixed media, digital coloring.
* Shireen Soliman – Artwork – ‘She. He. Human’ (Gestures of Humanness) May 2019. Procreate Digital Gesture Drawing (Print Size 11″ X 14″).
The featuring choreographers:
* Kyla Piscopink of Dance Key West collaborating with Shireen Soliman, presenting ‘Transcending’.
* Vanessa Long & Zoë Reed Helm of Vanessa Long Dance Company collaborating with Christine Liu, presenting ‘Polyethylene Dreams’.
Dancing Art is a project of Creative Performances. This project is fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas.
Thank you to campaign donors: Annie Hamburger, Reyner Joelianto and Anonymous donor.
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