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We're raising funds for the upcoming Hive: New York, a shared program of contemporary dance works by ArtBark International, Kristin Hatleberg, Garnet Henderson and Sarah Lass.
When: May 29, 2016 at 4:00PM
Where: The Muriel Schulman Theater at Triskelion Arts (106 Calyer St., Brooklyn, NY 11222; Enter on Banker St.).
By contributing a minimum of $16, you will receive a ticket to this special program. Can't attend the performance or feeling generous? You can show your support by contributing any amount to this campaign which will go towards production costs.
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$16 general seating
5 reserved front row seats available - $100 each
The nomadic multi-generational arts collective ArtBark International -- last seen at Slovenia’s premiere opera house The Cankarjev Dom -- joins New York based artists Kristin Hatleberg, Garnet Henderson and Sarah Lass in a shared program of contemporary dance works “The Hive: New York” on May 29, 2016 at 4:00PM at The Muriel Schulman Theater at Triskelion Arts (106 Calyer St., Brooklyn, NY 11222; Enter on Banker St.)
The Hive is a progressive arts community seeking sustainable ways to share their work with the world. Conceived in 2014 by a group of artists in Santa Barbara, the Hive follows a cooperative model in which artists share production costs and tasks and receive a percentage of ticket sales. “We're thrilled to share the spirit of the Hive with vibrant, young, aspiring New York creatives. We love being the change and embrace a shift in paradigm away from competitive models to working collaboratively and co-creatively using principles of conscious leadership to be a part of easing the burden of presenting work independently,” says Misa and Stephen Kelly, Co-Founders of ArtBark International.
About the Hive: New York Program:
Kristin Hatleberg’s "Kolo" is a visceral exploration of contrifugal and centripetal force. A cycling of constant motion, this solo plays with the moments of acceleration and the pressures that create rotation.
Garnet Henderson’s "The bird has more friends than me" is a dance of social posturing. It features a cast of three women and asks: what assumptions do we make when we see women interact with one another?
Sarah Lass’ "You Will Surely Come" explores the questions: is it possible to exist freely and fiercely in this kind of limiting, pre-determined experience despite our confinement and a lack of ability or power to change our situation? Might we be able to transcend such a circumstance even as we are beholden to it?
Misa Kelly (ArtBark Co-Founder) will be sharing excerpts from a developing evening length work. It began conceptually in Slovenia 2015 in response to collaborator Mojca Majcen's observation of disturbing world events. She set the intention to use the question "what's the solution?” as a point of departure for exploration.
Stephen Kelly (ArtBark Co-Founder) is director of "Highly Unlikely", which draws upon the difference between a dancer exactly replicating the movement of another and the uniqueness arising from body type and style. Also influencing the creation is awareness of our innate inability to viscerally relate to highly unlikely events.
Trina Mannino (ArtBarker) investigates what details in a dance have the potential to be lost and what can emerge through a long distance collaboration in "The Aging Distance Body Project." Original music by Stephen Kelly and designs by Misa Kelly.
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