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LIVE AT THE ARCHWAY: RISING CHOREOGRAPHERS

LIVE AT THE ARCHWAY: RISING CHOREOGRAPHERS

Company:

DUMBO Improvement District

Location:

DUMBO Improvement District

Dates:

Thursday, June 29, 2017 - 6:00pm

Tickets:

http://dumbo.is/hosting/live-at-the-archway-rising-choreographers-nyc-curated-by-white-wave-dance/

Company:
DUMBO Improvement District

Live at the Archway is a dynamic and diverse free music and performance series, taking place beneath the magical setting of the Manhattan Bridge Archway on Thursday evenings from June through September, presented by the DUMBO Improvement District and The Lighthouse.

RISING CHOREOGRAPHERS | CURATED BY WHITE WAVE DANCE 6:00PM
SPASETO FOLLOW
ARTIST INTERACTIVE AT THE SPACE STATION: POP UP GALLERY + LIVE ART EXPERIENCE WITH CAMALL NIGHT

Innovative dancemakers from around the world.
NYC-ARTS

WHITE WAVE Dance, led by choreographer Young Soon Kim, curates its first Rising Choreographers NYC performance–an extension of its Wave Rising Series–featuring six of today’s innovative and risk-taking dancemakers. Choreographers and companies include Joe Monteleone, of bones || hollye bynum, Winnie Berger/Mook Dance Company, Flexicurve / Pascal Rekoert, Italy’s Oniin Dance Company, and WHITE WAVE Young Soon Kim Dance Company.

SPASE is the collective energy of DJs Spencer Blake and Asen James. They’re also the duo behind TunnelVision, the monthly dance parties in the Archway, happening this year on July 14, August 18 and September 16.

The Space Station, by This Friday or Next Friday, premieres at this year’s Live at the Archway. Tfnf is likely the tiniest, most inconsequential art gallery in DUMBO, Brooklyn, probably in NYC, and maybe on the face of the earth. It was founded by Nathan Sinai Rayman, and he runs it with Zach Seeger, his Director of Programs.

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