aMID Festival Curated by Michelle Kranicke
The aMID Festival focuses on mature choreographers as both makers and performers and features Bob Eisen, Deborah Hay, K.J. Holmes, Pranita Jain, Michelle Kranicke, Bebe Miller, Cynthia Oliver, Sheldon Smith and Lisa Wymore. The series will celebrate the underserved performative body of the aging artist, and challenge commonly held views regarding the age demographic of a dancer/mover or physical performing artist.
Tea Project Curated by Amber Ginsburg & Aaron Hughes
April 1-17, 2016
The Tea Project is an ongoing dialogue that traverses a variety of landscapes from the tea served in the Iraqi countryside, to a cage in Guantanamo Bay, to a family gathering; tea is not only a favored drink but a shared moment that transcends cultural divides.
I Shout to Keep My Devils at Bay:
The Spiritual and/of/in the Profane
Curated by Kantara Souffrant
I Shout... is a series of performances, community workshops, and discussions that examine the relationship between crisis, art activism, and healing practices within the sacred and the secular realms.