program of openhousenewyork
features site-specific dance during its weekend celebration of New York City architecture and design. For this 10th year anniversary, four dance events will animate New York City buildings and landscapes. Representatives from Caron Eule Dance
, Dance Theatre Etcetera
, Dancing in the Streets
and Jon Kinzel
will host a discussion about the relationship between dance and architecture with renowned architect Illya Azarof, AIA of +Lab.
"Since the very beginning, architecturemoves
has been a part of OHNY Weekend, says Margaret Sullivan, OHNY board president. Dance gives life to the built environment and vice-versa and we are thrilled with this ongoing collaboration." a
ArchitectureMoves events will be taking place across the city on Saturday and Sunday October 6th and 7th, 2012: from the Bronx where choreographer Joanna Haigood’s PASEO produced by Casita Maria and Dancing in the Streets will guide audiences along the South Bronx Cultural Trail, to Red Hook where Dance Theatre Etcetera will present the works of four emerging choreographers at the inaugural launch of Dance on the Greenway along IKEA’s Erie Basin Park.
For more information about architecturemoves
and other sites and programs taking place during OHNY Weekend, please see the 2012 Weekend Event Guide in the September 27th issue of Time Out New York. A complete list of OHNY Weekend sites and programs go live online at www.ohny.org
on September 27th. For sites and programs that require it, advance reservations will be taken beginning the morning of September 27th.
For OHNY, please contact Linda G. Miller Communications + Marketing at 212/725-7656
Founded in 2001, openhousenewyork (OHNY) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to inspiring, engaging and educating the public about New York City's architecture, design and cultural heritage. Through its year-round programs including the Annual OHNY Weekend, OHNY provides broad audiences rare access and insight into the extraordinary architecture that defines New York City, while introducing you to the people who work to make the city a vibrant and sustainable place to live, work and visit. For more information, visit ohny.org
and follow us on Facebook (facebook/openhousenewyork) and Twitter (@ohny).
Video: Talk with Ani Taj Niemann about Dance on the Greenway