Morning Classes

Luis Lara Malvacías
September 9 - September 25
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
10:00 am-12:00 pm $14
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
Morning Class
The class offers an open space to observe and experience our own particularity, range of mobility and to fine-tune our own needs.The first half of the class is focused on the breath, internal structure, weight, and the body’s articulations and organization. During the second half, after heightening our physical awareness perception and sensations, a collective phrase will be created to process the information provided. My class is influenced by many years of work with Jeremy Nelson and my studies of several somatic techniques.
Vicky Shick
September 22 - October 8
Tuesday, Thursday
10:00 am-12:00 pm $14
Danspace Project
Morning Class
This class is about our physicality, movement and dancing. The warm-up is straightforward and simple, readying our bodies and minds with an emphasis on alignment, physical clarity, increased ease and space for sensation and feedback from our bodies. Through phrase work and improvisation we hone our skills, apply our knowledge, and deepen the understanding, intuition and intelligence in our bodies as we arrive at dancing together.
Michelle Boulé
October 12 - October 30
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
10:00 am-12:00 pm $14
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
Morning Class
We’ll prepare our bodies for movement using guided improvisations and simple exercises inspired by numerous somatic and energetic modalities. The intention is to create a maximally informed and creative approach to dancing, where everyone has space to honor their own unique systems for movement. Class will provide a space for deep listening, curiosity, and playfulness to support moving with subtlety, freedom, and fullness. We’ll end with an application of this information to choreographed phrase work.
John Jasperse
October 13 - October 29
Tuesday, Thursday
10:00 am-12:00 pm $14
Danspace Project
Morning Class
The class begins with an anatomy based warm-up aiming to align and pattern the energy flow in the body in order to find support from the floor and our connection into space. Beginning with simple movement sequences and somatic improvisations, the class gradually builds in complexity towards phrase work. Our goal will be to integrate energetic patterning explored in the first portion of class and to play with how we perform and embody that material.
Levi Gonzalez
November 3 - November 24
Tuesday, Thursday
10:00 am-12:00 pm $14
Danspace Project
Morning Class
"Class" is an opportunity for each of us to fully inhabit our bodies and engage in our own creative practices. Through gentle facilitation, I will place us in dialogue with one another through both movement and language. I usually begin slowly, with imagery and gentle preparation inspired by various somatic traditions to access our awareness of the senses, the organs, the skeleton, the cells, gravity, and other energetic forces. From there, we may engage with technical exercises, choreographic structures (“phrases”), improvisations, extended movement investigations, and performance constructs. I provide the framework, but hopefully this is an open space for us to come together and share our common interests.
Jon Kinzel
November 11 - November 23
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
10:00 am-12:00 pm $14
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
Technique/Exercises in Composition
This class is designed to access multiple threads at once such as: greater range of motion and articulation, isolated and momentum-driven movement forms, sense of scale, rhythm, alignment, ascent and descent, and dancing that supports a balanced square orientation over a vertical axis while traversing through space and shifting off center in a mode that reflects a play between athleticism, performance, and a particular disposition.
Kai Kleinbard
December 7 - December 23
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
10:00 am-12:00 pm $14
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
Morning Class
The class begins with an Alexander Technique and Tai Chi warm-up, to align the joints and solidify our connection to the ground. The intention is to create a dynamic tension through the body that maximizes force through release and breath. Class moves into a technical practice exploring elements of physical illusion, such as waving, botting and gliding. Improvisations using visual, aural and kinesthetic trance will further develop rhythm, flow and fun.
Hristoula Harakas
December 8 - December 17
Tuesday, Thursday
10:00 am-12:00 pm $14
Danspace Project
Morning Class
This class will dedicate itself to promoting spatial and corporeal awareness through clarity and precision. Inviting ourselves to observe, welcome, enhance, abandon and rediscover movement patterns, qualities, focal points, personal habits and preferences in order to stay alert in the present moment. Through a gentle warm-up, using a series of set exercises, we will transition to a pre-conceived phrase to share experiences while encouraging individuality.

Ongoing Classes

Janet Panetta
August 10 - November 6
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
12:00 pm-2:00 pm $17
December 7 - January 29
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
12:00 pm-2:00 pm $17
Gibney Dance at 890 Broadway
Ballet for Contemporary Dancers
As a veteran of the American Ballet Theatre, Janet Panetta also has a broad experience of contemporary dance forms. She has trained dancers in many of the major American companies such as American Ballet Theatre, New York City Ballet, Paul Taylor, Merce Cunningham, Trisha Brown, as well as many European companies such as ROSAS and Pina Bausch. Ms. Panetta is also available for private classes and coaching. NO CLASS NOVEMBER 9 - DECEMBER 4, DECEMBER 24, 25, 31, & JANUARY 1.
Karl Anderson
August 26 - December 16
Wednesday
6:00 pm-9:00 pm $14
Randy Warshaw Studio
Skinner Releasing Technique™
(Introductory level) SRT facilitates an enhanced awareness of our creativity. This imagery-based Somatic experience intuits ease and healing. Through improvisation and play, we delve deeper inside and shed our notions of style and aesthetics in favor of a more intense personal discovery. Students are encouraged to enter "feeling states" and explore the limitlessness of their multi-dimensional aliveness. SRT makes for a clear, concise, and subtle mover and nurtures an evolved sense of empathy and compassion. No class October 28 and November 25.
Tasha Taylor
September 2 - September 30
Wednesday
12:30 pm-2:00 pm $14
November 4 - November 25
Wednesday
12:30 pm-2:00 pm $14
January 6 - January 27
Wednesday
12:30 pm-2:00 am $14
Gibney Dance at 280 Broadway
Feldenkrais®
The Feldenkrais Method® studies the works of our nervous system and our ability to recognize and create movement patterns that are both more efficient and more pleasant. The method emphasizes awareness, distribution of effort/action through the whole self, expanding self-perception and our ability to carry out our intentions. This class is ideal for dancers and people from different backgrounds interested in discovering more about their physicality in a pain-free way and enjoying a larger sense of well-being. REBECCA DAVIS TEACHES IN OCTOBER AND DECEMBER.
Clare Maxwell
September 2 - November 18
Wednesday
2:00 pm-4:00 pm $14
Gibney Dance at 280 Broadway
Alexander Technique
Alexander Technique looks at the way we carry out our intentions. Often we use a process that is habitual, unconscious, and counterproductive. The technique offers a practice of staying open and alert in the moment, observing our familiar tensions and choosing to move without them. Beginning with the assumption that we are perfectly designed for movement and balance, we engage our mind to undo layers of interference, creating opportunity for change.
Paul Singh
September 3 - September 24
Thursday
6:00 pm-8:00 pm $14
Gibney Dance at 280 Broadway
Contact Improvisation - The Basics
Contact Improvisation, initiated by dancer Steve Paxton in 1972, is a dance practice that plays with the physics between bodies and gravity. Using partnering skills such as rolling, releasing, weight exchange, falling, lifting and catching, and expanding range of spatial choice, the practice helps one move within sensation and disorientation, access moveable supports and tune to the use of touch, momentum, resistance and flow in physical contact as well as in solo play. This is an introductory class for those with little to no experience with Contact Improvisation or those who would like to revisit the basics.
Barbara Mahler
September 8 - December 17
Tuesday, Thursday
10:00 am-12:00 pm $14
January 7 - January 28
Tuesday, Thursday
10:00 am-12:00 pm $14
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
Klein Technique™ with Barbara Mahler - for movers of all kinds
We are not just a body or a mind. We are unique individuals with spirit and intelligence. The work in class engages us in a process that facilitates change. We work to right the pelvis on top of the legs, with the deep connections closest to the bones, and free the upper body and spine to move with ease and expression. Working on the level of the bone, we can let go of unnecessary tensions and habits which hold our bodies and minds in misalignment and misconception. Here we find better function, creativity, and well-being.
Elise Knudson
September 9 - September 30
Wednesday
6:30 pm-8:30 pm $14
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
Contact Improvisation
Contact Improvisation is a partnering dance form. Skills such as rolling, releasing, giving and supporting weight, expanding range of spatial concentration, lifting, catching and falling all help one move with and through gravity, share weight in motion, and use momentum and flow in physical contact. These weekly classes, open to people of all levels of movement experience, are informed by the individual artist faculty.
K.J. Holmes and Karinne Keithley Syers
September 9 - January 27
Wednesday
10:00 am-12:00 pm $14
Gibney Dance at 280 Broadway
Body, Mind and Image
Classes investigate experiential anatomy through the image work of Ideokinesis and the work of Mabel Todd (The Thinking Body) as learned from Andre Bernard. Using dual lenses of Body-Mind Centering®, developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen (focusing on body systems and evolutionary/developmental patterns), and writings of philosophers who influenced and were influenced by the generation of somatic pioneers, we will explore qualities, textures, thought processes, movement analysis applicable to creative expression, performance, and healing modalities.
K.J. Holmes
September 12 - January 30
Saturday
11:00 am-1:00 pm $14
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
The Athletics of Intimacy, Improvisations
Classes combine skills and applications of Body-Mind Centering® systems and patterns of development and evolution, practices of Contact Improvisation, and tunings of somatic approaches within solo, duet (strong emphasis on partnering) and ensemble dancing. I am interested in the very physical, sensorial and imaginative, and in discovering new challenges and risks within our movement - of both body and mind - towards improvisational and compositional processes.
Underscore Facilitators
September 13
Sunday
2:30 pm-5:30 pm
October 11
Sunday
2:30 pm-5:30 pm
November 8
Sunday
2:30 pm-5:30 pm
December 13
Sunday
2:30 pm-5:30 pm
January 10
Sunday
2:30 pm-5:30 pm
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
The Underscore
The Underscore is a dance improvisation structure developed by Nancy Stark Smith. Based in Contact Improvisation, it comprises a spectrum of states, from quiet, internal activity to high-energy, interactive dancing. Undirected; for research and play. Open to all familiar with CI. Deepen your practice with a "talk-through". Underscore NYC offers “talk-throughs” to introduce Underscore's 50+ glyphs and concepts. Important Note: Stay from start to finish.
Daria Faïn
September 15 - January 28
Tuesday
10:00 am-12:00 pm $14
Gibney Dance at 280 Broadway
C O R E M O T I O N Inner Structure
Based on Qi Gong, this technical class focuses on the inner structure of the body approached as a whole organism. It is a tool to strengthen and cultivate core alignment in connection to all the systems in the body and the opening of energy centers.
Daria Faïn
September 15 - January 28
Thursday
10:00 am-12:00 pm $14
Gibney Dance at 280 Broadway
C O R E M O T I O N Contemplative Action
Using the Chinese 5 Element Theory and other cognitive principles, we’ll intuitively explore the correlation between organs/senses/emotions/intellect and the propriety of the material space that surrounds to initiate movement states and actions.
Johanna S. Meyer
September 15 - January 26
Tuesday
2:00 pm-3:15 pm $14
Gibney Dance at 280 Broadway
Pilates Mat Class for Dancers
This class focuses on clear alignment, stabilizing the hypermobile body and a deep investigation of functional strength for dance. As dancers and somatic movers, we need connected, consistent strength and support. We benefit massively from cross training, centering our minds and building an impeccable understanding of our vessel by balancing the extreme ranges of motion we perform on a daily basis.
Melanie Maar
September 18 - December 14
Monday, Friday
10:00 am-12:00 pm $14
Gibney Dance at 280 Broadway
Qi Gong
practicing being and seeing In this class, I offer space for a self nurturing, awake state that enables a somatics based work with principles of energetic and anatomic dynamics. We explore methods related to the Chinese 5 Element System through movement, image activation, sounding, meditation, theory and partner work. I approach the somatic, artistic and psychic as synergetic realms. Its a quest to expand possibilities of being and relating within our environment that can deepen our individual practice and ways.
Bradley Teal Ellis
October 1 - October 29
Thursday
6:00 pm-8:00 pm $14
Gibney Dance at 280 Broadway
Contact Improvisation - The Basics
Contact Improvisation, initiated by dancer Steve Paxton in 1972, is a dance practice that plays with the physics between bodies and gravity. Using partnering skills such as rolling, releasing, weight exchange, falling, lifting and catching, and expanding range of spatial choice, the practice helps one move within sensation and disorientation, access moveable supports and tune to the use of touch, momentum, resistance and flow in physical contact as well as in solo play. This is an introductory class for those with little to no experience with Contact Improvisation or those who would like to revisit the basics.
Paul Singh
October 7 - October 28
Wednesday
6:30 pm-8:30 pm $14
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
Contact Improvisation
Contact Improvisation is a partnering dance form. Skills such as rolling, releasing, giving and supporting weight, expanding range of spatial concentration, lifting, catching and falling all help one move with and through gravity, share weight in motion, and use momentum and flow in physical contact. These weekly classes, open to people of all levels of movement experience, are informed by the individual artist faculty.
Rebecca Davis
October 7 - October 28
Wednesday
12:30 pm-2:00 pm $14
December 2 - December 30
Wednesday
12:30 pm-2:00 pm $14
Gibney Dance at 280 Broadway
Feldenkrais®
The Feldenkrais Method® studies the works of our nervous system and our ability to recognize and create movement patterns that are both more efficient and more pleasant. The method emphasizes awareness, distribution of effort/action through the whole self, expanding self-perception and our ability to carry out our intentions. This class is ideal for dancers and people from different backgrounds interested in discovering more about their physicality in a pain-free way and enjoying a larger sense of well-being. TASHA TAYLOR TEACHES IN SEPTEMBER, NOVEMBER AND JANUARY.
Barbara Mahler
October 22 - December 17
Thursday
4:00 pm-6:00 pm $14
January 7 - January 28
Thursday
4:00 pm-6:00 pm $14
Gibney Dance at 280 Broadway
Klein™/Barre
Klein Technique™ as related to dance Our time in this class will be devoted to the application of the essential principles of Klein Technique™ as it relates to moving in a non-pedestrian way. The class will facilitate fuller use of the ball and socket joints and their figure 8's. We work with a barre using simple phrases for clear use of legs, trunk, and shoulder girdle/arms, connecting to the earth with the diagonals, pelvis, and legs. Across-the-floor work aids in integrating us to the space around us.
Tim O'Donnell
November 4 - November 18
Wednesday
6:30 pm-8:30 pm $14
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
Contact Improvisation
Contact Improvisation is a partnering dance form. Skills such as rolling, releasing, giving and supporting weight, expanding range of spatial concentration, lifting, catching and falling all help one move with and through gravity, share weight in motion, and use momentum and flow in physical contact. These weekly classes, open to people of all levels of movement experience, are informed by the individual artist faculty.
Tim O'Donnell
November 5 - November 19
Thursday
6:00 pm-8:00 pm $14
Gibney Dance at 280 Broadway
Contact Improvisation - The Basics
Contact Improvisation, initiated by dancer Steve Paxton in 1972, is a dance practice that plays with the physics between bodies and gravity. Using partnering skills such as rolling, releasing, weight exchange, falling, lifting and catching, and expanding range of spatial choice, the practice helps one move within sensation and disorientation, access moveable supports and tune to the use of touch, momentum, resistance and flow in physical contact as well as in solo play. This is an introductory class for those with little to no experience with Contact Improvisation or those who would like to revisit the basics.
Charles Mosey
December 2 - December 30
Wednesday
6:30 pm-8:30 pm $14
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
Contact Improvisation
Contact Improvisation is a partnering dance form. Skills such as rolling, releasing, giving and supporting weight, expanding range of spatial concentration, lifting, catching and falling all help one move with and through gravity, share weight in motion, and use momentum and flow in physical contact. These weekly classes, open to people of all levels of movement experience, are informed by the individual artist faculty.
Emily Faulkner
December 2 - December 16
Wednesday
2:00 pm-4:00 pm $14
Gibney Dance at 280 Broadway
Alexander Technique
Alexander Technique looks at the way we carry out our intentions. Often we use a process that is habitual, unconscious, and counterproductive. The technique offers a practice of staying open and alert in the moment, observing our familiar tensions and choosing to move without them. Beginning with the assumption that we are perfectly designed for movement and balance, we engage our mind to undo layers of interference, creating opportunity for change.
Elise Knudson
December 3 - December 17
Thursday
6:00 pm-8:00 pm $14
Gibney Dance at 280 Broadway
Contact Improvisation - The Basics
Contact Improvisation, initiated by dancer Steve Paxton in 1972, is a dance practice that plays with the physics between bodies and gravity. Using partnering skills such as rolling, releasing, weight exchange, falling, lifting and catching, and expanding range of spatial choice, the practice helps one move within sensation and disorientation, access moveable supports and tune to the use of touch, momentum, resistance and flow in physical contact as well as in solo play. This is an introductory class for those with little to no experience with Contact Improvisation or those who would like to revisit the basics.
Laurel Atwell
December 18 - January 29
Monday, Friday
10:00 am-12:00 pm
Gibney Dance at 280 Broadway
Qi Gong
practicing being and seeing Utilizing principles and exercises based in Qi Gong, we will see and sense into our own selves to identify and engage the systems of the body. Through the practice of forms, meditations, and visualizations, we will work to navigate the anatomical in order to enhance our relationship to the universe, creating a connection between the corporeal and the energetic. This class is an offering; a space created to give time to the cultivation of the inner life force, and an opportunity to create internal and external shift, balance, rejuvenation.
Bradley Teal Ellis
January 6 - January 27
Wednesday
6:30 pm-8:30 pm $14
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
Contact Improvisation
Contact Improvisation is a partnering dance form. Skills such as rolling, releasing, giving and supporting weight, expanding range of spatial concentration, lifting, catching and falling all help one move with and through gravity, share weight in motion, and use momentum and flow in physical contact. These weekly classes, open to people of all levels of movement experience, are informed by the individual artist faculty.
Sarah White-Ayón
January 6 - January 27
Wednesday
2:00 pm-4:00 pm $14
Gibney Dance at 280 Broadway
Alexander Technique
Alexander Technique looks at the way we carry out our intentions. Often we use a process that is habitual, unconscious, and counterproductive. The technique offers a practice of staying open and alert in the moment, observing our familiar tensions and choosing to move without them. Beginning with the assumption that we are perfectly designed for movement and balance, we engage our mind to undo layers of interference, creating opportunity for change.
Charles Mosey
January 7 - January 28
Thursday
6:00 pm-8:00 pm $14
Gibney Dance at 280 Broadway
Contact Improvisation - The Basics
Contact Improvisation, initiated by dancer Steve Paxton in 1972, is a dance practice that plays with the physics between bodies and gravity. Using partnering skills such as rolling, releasing, weight exchange, falling, lifting and catching, and expanding range of spatial choice, the practice helps one move within sensation and disorientation, access moveable supports and tune to the use of touch, momentum, resistance and flow in physical contact as well as in solo play. This is an introductory class for those with little to no experience with Contact Improvisation or those who would like to revisit the basics.

Workshops

Courtney Krantz & Tara O'Con
September 20
Sunday
3:00 pm-6:00 pm $5
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
Mechanized Bodies: Mechanized Visions
In this process lab we will look at various clips of influential film and video works that span from the dawn of the moving image to the present day. Our interests will be focused on the uses of cinematography and editing as unique types of physical explorations as well as documents of time. Along with watching clips, we will engage in some group exercises to further activate ourselves within the space and with one another (no dancing experience necessary – all abilities welcome!).
Mårten Spångberg
September 28 - October 5
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
10:00 am-1:00 pm $120
October 5
Monday
6:30 pm-9:00 pm
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
WORKSHOP: The Fastest Planet
The workshop explores modes of experiencing dance through the format of creating a work. The group will, at the same time, do a workshop and prepare a presentation for Judson Church – we have eight hours. An impossible project especially considering how Judson Church consolidates not form or function of dance but modes of experience. Our task is not to critique or revolt but to bypass from within. Something we will do through the corruption of form and function.
Mårten Spångberg
October 7 - October 9
Wednesday, Friday
10:00 am-1:00 pm $10
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
The Aftermath: A Discussion
Workshop participants, performance viewers, those interested in the discourse around performance – are all welcome. These two days will look at the performance that took place at Movement Research at Judson Church on October 5 as a jumping off point for discussion, readings, conversation, and dialogue, a bit like an aftermath or a live review. DROP-INS WELCOME.
Rebecca Serrell Cyr
October 18
Sunday
3:00 pm-6:00 pm $5
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
Reflecting
This process lab is an opportunity for you to consider meta-cognition, or goal-oriented cognitive strategies and knowledge, as it pertains to your creative process. Navigating through a repeated process of reading, writing, testing, and talking, participants will 1) investigate a singular personal movement or conceptual interest, 2) consider meta-cognition as a proliferating reflexive web, and 3) create control factors as a container of form. Self-reflecting via language and dance-reflecting via movement, the last hour we will practice a durational group construction, following spontaneously constructed scores in a mindful dance experience. Open to all levels.
Eleanor Hullihan
October 25
Sunday
3:00 pm-6:00 pm $5
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
mini dances
This lab will be fun, hopefully. I am interested in our cultural obsession with short flashes of information on platforms like Instagram and how this does or does not relate to the necessarily subtle form of dance and performance in the non-commercial setting. We are going to work on small movement based videos taken on the iPhone. After having a good warm up, we will make phrases of movement and/or movement scenes, look at them together, try to crystallize the essence and then see how that can translate into a digital recording. Feel free to bring costumes and props if you are so inclined.
Kathy Westwater
November 2 - November 9
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
10:00 am-12:30 pm $100
November 9
Monday
6:30 pm-9:00 pm
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
WORKSHOP: Shake/Walk
Taking two everyday forms of movement, we will allow these forms to disorganize within, and be disorganizing of, our bodies. Sensations that arise within this body matrix range from chaotic to cathartic, and disorienting to freeing. As the workshop unfolds, we will shift attention among sensation, function, and form, delving deeper into the creative potential within experiential states of disorder. Participants will perform a score sourcing these explorations at Movement Research at Judson Church on November 9.
Jumatatu Poe
November 15
Sunday
3:00 pm-6:00 pm $5
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
The Switching
I like to imagine that this improvisation practice, The Switching, is a strategy in immediate evolution through transubstantiation. I began to practice The Switching in relation to dealing with my curiosities around a question I obsessed over: “Can I change myself?” Our practice will deal with essentialization - through the immediate design of creatures, or ways of being - and working with restrictions/limitations. For me, there is something deeply spiritual about it, something confusing, something humbling/humiliating about it. I feel like it has theoretical links to code switching, especially as it has to do with my Blackness and queerness, experiences of immediate compartmentalization/contextualization as a defense mechanism, as a means of survival. Please join me! I encourage all bodies, all gender expressions.
Yanghee Lee
January 31
Sunday
3:00 pm-6:00 pm
Movement Research at Eden's Expressway
B3
The Body Breath Beyond Training (B3) is a unique and complete body-mind training system and voice practice. B3 is an absolutely relevant physical training method for dancers, body artists and movers from all sources. It is originally created by Korean dancer/choreographer Yanghee Lee with a synthesis of the Korean Traditional dance movements and further elements from The Suzuki Method for Actors by Tadashi Suzuki. The essential aim of B3 is to awaken the intelligence of the body, voice, and presence by experiencing our physicality in all its capacities and possibilities. I consider this practice as an "Embodied Philosophy" where the nature of human mind is totally connected and shaped by our body and the way we use it and explore with it.

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upcoming classes & workshops

  • Janet Panetta
    September 1
    Tuesday 12:00 pm-2:00 pm
    Ballet for Contemporary Dancers
  • Adi Eytan
    September 1
    Tuesday 2:00 pm-3:15 pm
    Pilates Mat Class
  • Tasha Taylor
    September 2
    Wednesday 12:30 pm-2:00 pm
    Feldenkrais Method®
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upcoming performances & events

  • Open Performance
    September 8, 7:00pm
    Open Performance
    Moderated by Alex Escalante**
    Li Cata, Talli Jackson, Hiram Pines
  • Movement Research At The Judson Church
    September 14, 8:00pm
    Barbie Diewald, Alina Ruiz Folini, Angela Goh, Kensaku Shinohara
  • Open Performance
    September 15, 7:00pm
    Open Performance
    Moderated by Ursula Eagly*
    Krissy and the Works, Lone King [Projects by Marissa Brown], LoudHoundMovement
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