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Open Company Class
Fridays at 1pm – $10
Pulaski Park Studio, 1419 W Blackhawk

3/10 with Cara Sabin
3/17 with Philip Elson
3/24 with Sarah Gonsiorowski
3/31 with Christina Gonzalez-Gillett

 

Power Goes  2017 Tour

January 20-21 — Contemporary Dance Theater, Cincinnati
January 27-28 — Union Theater, UWMadison
February 23 — Purdue Convocations, Lafayette IN
March 4-5 — Dance Place, Washington D.C.

The Power Goes tour is made possible by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, with additional support from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Summer in Scotland — The “Toolbox” Project

In July 2017, The Seldoms will undertake an exchange project— one dedicated to process and invention. We’ll travel to Glasgow to work with visual artists Fraser Taylor, Frances Lightbound, and filmmaker Callum Rice at House for an Art Lover to build a “Cross-Disciplinary Toolbox”. Our project — to translate visual art tactics into choreographic tactics, and vice versa. Artistic Director Carrie Hanson initiated Toolbox as a way to trouble habitual ways of making and reinvigorate ways of making. The artists will share creative work, interpret methods and values of our respective disciplines, articulate and explore new tactics.  Armed with new tools, we’ll set out to innovate distinctive physical vocabulary. With Chicago artist and Illinois State Museum curator, Doug Stapleton, along to bridge the visual—kinetic, the study also promises to advance the ensemble’s understanding of the contributions of collaborating designers.

This project made possible by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation’s International Connections Fund.

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Summer Intensive 2017
August 7-11, 9:30am – 1pm
Pulaski Park Studio

Artistic Director Carrie Hanson and the entire company lead exciting, masterful daily sessions that will support your work as an artist, an athlete, a maker, and a technician. Each day opens with an hour-long session of body conditioning, ranging from yoga to cross-fit challenges, followed by a modern/contemporary technique class, and then — new this summer — “Making Movement/Meaning/Mark” composition daily practice, based on concepts from The Seldoms 2017 “Toolbox” project, which translates visual arts tactics to choreographic tactics.

FOR INTERMEDIATE – ADVANCED – PROFESSIONAL DANCERS

9:30am – 10:30am Body Conditioning
10:30am – 12pm Modern/Contemporary Technique
12pm – 1pm Making Movement/Meaning/Mark

PRICING
Full workshop: $200
One day: $40
(A la carte)
9:30am Somatics Class: $10
10:30am Technique Class: $15
12pm Session $15

REGISTRATION: email us at mail@theseldoms.org
Space is limited. Registration is encouraged; drop-ins for individual classes are welcome.