November 17, 2016, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Fourth Arts Block (FABnyc) partners with newly opened Arts on Site for our Winter Dance Block Salon. For this iteration of Dance Block Salon, dancemakers are asked to consider perspectives in their work. Dancemaking is often about perspective (narrative, conceptual, or physical) can manifest in performance. How is the audience being asked to view the work? In this salon, we are asking our artists to bring clear questions around perspective. Audience may be asked to move throughout the evening as part of the exploration of this idea.
Artists will receive feedback from audience in written form (provided by you!) and after the performances, please stay and have a drink with the artists! RSVP is strongly encouraged; seats will be released on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Rohan Bhargava/Rovaco Dance Company
Angie Moon Dance Theatre
Thursday, November 17, 2016
7PM – 9PM (Doors open at 7PM, Show at 7:30)
Arts On Site @ 12 St Marks Place
FREE but please RSVPEE!
About Arts on Site
Arts On Site, founded and run by professional artists, is a Non-Profit organization dedicated to supporting artists of all disciplines by offering affordable studio rental space and a diverse calendar of classes, events, and workshops.
Fourth Arts Block (FABnyc or FAB) strengthens the cultural vitality of the Lower East Side. Founded in 2001, FAB successfully facilitated the purchase of 8 properties from the city, thereby securing permanently affordable spaces for non-profit arts and cultural groups; Today, using the work in the East 4th Cultural District as a model of engagement, FAB remains committed to increasing access to arts and culture in the Lower East Side. FAB provides community building resources for neighboring organizations, activates underutilized space through Dance Block, promotes sustainability through Load OUT! reuse and recycling events, energizes public space with their ArtUP initiative, celebrates the dynamic history of the LES through Lower East Side History Month,and elevates the visibility of the community through its online blog, FABRIC.
Feature Image by Maria Baranova.
Registration is closed for this event.