Visioning Bodies Performances
Artichoke Dance Company
Visioning Bodies is a contemporary folk dance for a resilient future. Originally commissioned by The Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts (link), this site-adaptive work will be installed in the Urban Garden Room with performances at 8:40, 9:10 and 9:40pm.
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“Visioning Bodies is organic, flowing and changing.” — Los Angeles Times
Additional information for these performances may be found on Artichoke Dance Company’s listing for the event.
These performances are held as part of the Association of Performing Arts Professionals’ (APAP) annual conference New York City.
About Artichoke Dance Company
Artichoke Dance Company’s tri-pillar platform—Entertain, Engage, Empower—makes movements happen! As a national leader in eco-arts productions, Artichoke Dance merges performance innovation, environmental activism, community engagement, and civic action. Specializing in performances for public spaces and building cross-disciplinary programs that engage people in places and change making, they are known for their work mitigating plastic pollution at Coney Island and addressing water quality issues in the Gowanus Canal.
Artichoke’s Director Lynn Neuman is an Association of Performing Arts Professionals Leadership Fellow and the only choreographer to be awarded a Marion International Fellowship for the Visual and Performing Arts. Lynn has been a guest artist at institutions across the country.
Recent site-specific commissions include the DUMBO Improvement District to enliven the Manhattan Bridge Archway, the Waterfront Alliance to celebrate the Bicentennial of the Erie Canal, and The Soraya to connect California State University with Los Angeles River revitalization. Stage commissions include the National Gallery of Art, Joffrey Ballet School, and Dixon Place.