Upcoming Live Streamed Events:
Some of our PAST LIVE EVENTS:
92Y HARKNESS DANCE CENTER, HOME OF THE DANCE EDUCATION LABORATORY (DEL), PRESENTS THE 2ND ANNUAL DANCE EDUCATORS COLLECTIVE CONCERT FEATURING ARTISTS AND EDUCATORS FROM THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
Live from Gibney Dance, Sunday February 28th sessions at 9Am, 10:15AM, and 12:30PM:
click the link below to see the live streams from Gibney Dance.
LIVE FROM NYU TISCH SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
NOW. IS A MULTIMEDIA / PERFORMANCE / INSTALLATION EVENT DIRECTED AND CHOREOGRAPHED BY PAT CATTERSON IN COLLABORATION WITH DANCE MEDIA ARTIST PAUL GALANDO AND PRESENTED BY NYU TISCH DANCE AND NEW MEDIA DEPARTMENT ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, JANUARY 30 & 31, 2016 AT 12 NOON. THIS IMMERSIVE PERFORMANCE CAPTURES DANCERS IN SINGLE MOMENTS IN TIME AND PLACE PERFORMING SIMULTANEOUSLY BOTH IN REAL AND VIRTUAL TIME.
Larry Keigwin + Summation Dance host the 2nd Annual Movement Sentence Choir on Saturday, January 9 Performance streamed live from the 92nd Street Y.
HEIDI LATSKY DANCE:
A MOVEMENT INSTALLATION
ON DISPLAY is a deconstructed art exhibit/fashion show- a commentary on the body as spectacle and society's obsession with body image. Members of the disability, performance, and fashion worlds are often stared at and objectified in their daily lives.
Reverting the gaze is integral to disability culture. In this installation, the performers have the power to choose what they do or do not reveal, giving them control over a personal journey that cannot help but be affected by an audience. The tenuous and complex relationship between viewer and viewed that exists in performative work also permeates everyday life with people who are different in some physical way and hence draws attention to themselves whether they want to or not.
In celebration of International Day of Persons with Disabilities on December 3rd, ON DISPLAY will simulcast the installation to / and from Hobart, Australia (The Second Echo Ensemble - Salamanca Arts Centre - produced by the SPACE program) and will be performed and simulcast with Heidi Latsky Dance from New York University following two showings at the UN. Our goal is by next year to have 100 cities worldwide presenting ON DISPLAY.
We invite audience members to photograph, film, tweet, and post your walk through. Out of respect for the performers, we request that this be done from a distance and without a flash. Use the hashtags #imineme and #hldondisplay to explore the intersection of art, fashion, and the everyday.
The Dance and New Media Foundation - DANM - is a non-profit organization dedicated to sharing and collaborating in research and development in the field of new media and dance. It is comprised of educators, artists, fellows and students. We strive to create opportunities for artists with common interests. We are stronger as we collaborate.
We're made up of open education partnering universities, dance organizations, technology companies, artists, and students.
We facilitate fundraising and create dance and new media grants, fellowships and educational opportunities for dance media students / graduates, artists and organizations.
Founded by Paul John Galando.
Artist and Student Fellowships
Funding individuals for fellowships that help both the fellow and dance media organizations.
We partner with leading educational institutions creating opportunities for their programs and students interested in dance media.
Dance/ Media Organizations
Creating sponsored fellowships for individuals helps dance organizations lead in media development.
Photograph by Lois Greenfield
A Dance and New Media Foundation supported project
Michelle Obama's Let's Move! Campaign with NYU's Tisch Dance and New Media Program. A Faculty + Student + Guest Artist Collaboration.