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SEASON CALENDAR LISTING
ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT
KEI TAKEI & MAIDA WITHERS - Solo dance and improvisation performance by Tokyo and DC-based artists, dance legends who bring unique voices beyond the mainstream of contemporary dance.  Dance Place, 3225 8th Street NE, Washington, DC. 202-269-1600. www.danceplace.org. Sat. Feb 10 at 8pm; Sun. Feb 11 at 4pm. $15 - $30.

 

Contact:
Dance Place: Amanda Blythe
202-269-1608;
amandab@danceplace.org

Maida Withers Dance Construction Company: Billy Andrews

703-300-4634; dcco@maidadance.com

 

INFORMATION


Kei Takei & Maida Withers
Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 8pm

Sunday, February 11 at 4pm
Dance Place
3225 8th Street NE
Washington, DC 20017 United States 
+ Google Map

202-269-1600; www.danceplace.org

Kei Takei: "startlingly original, at once simple and complex, and as compelling as the law of gravity."
Alan M. Kriegsman - The Washington Post

Solo:  LIGHT, Part 45 (Bamboo Flower)

 

Maida Withers: What binds together Withers' choreography is not stories, romance, sex, or sociology, but the sheer exhilaration and imaginative fallout of movement ‑‑ movement interpreted in the widest and most liberated sense.”
Alan M. Kriegsman - The Washington Post

Solo – First Presentation: DIGG – multimedia excavation of Russian/American provocations

Tickets
$15 College Students and Children (17 & Under)

Advanced Sales – ends one week prior to performance weekend
$25 Advanced Sales Admission
$20 Advanced Sales Admission (Dance Place Members, Seniors and Artists)

Details
Dates:
 February 10, 2018
Time:
  8:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Date:   February 11, 2018
Time: 
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Cost:  
$15 - $30

Event Tags:
GlobalWorld Dance, Experimental, Postmodern Dance, International Dance

Venue
Dance Place
3225 8th Street NE
Washington, DC 20017 United States 
+ Google Map

Phone:
202-269-1600

Websites:
www.danceplace.org
http://keitakei.org/
http://maidadance.com/works/digg-multimedia-excavation-of-russianamerican-provocations-past-and-present/

 

 

New dance iBook launches creative learning series

iBooks 11.22.16 plain

Our fictional Sus-sous story features appearances by real students.  They are from a scholarship program which encourages kids from many backgrounds to dig in to the process of dance training.  Their inspiring dance journey reflects the non-fiction benefits of cultural education.  Free research resources through above-the-ceiling™ will be available to all online when the book premieres on 11.22.16.

 

Contact info:

Suzanne Winland (nom du plum Collette Ritz)

suzanne@pointewest.org

330.807.8064

P O Box 75252 Washington DC 20013

Academical Co-op 

 

An education accompanying dance.  

The IBA is proud to offer the very first Academic Co-Operative for our Pre-Professional (Pre-PD) and Professional Division (PD) students in grades 8th – 12th grades for the
2016 – 2017 academic year. This opportunity will allow our dancers to receive an academic high-school education while they pursue their development and training in dance. Using the Washington Home Based Instruction Law as the foundation, IBA’s Academic Co-op will provide a dancer and his or her family with support in order to create and complete their own high school plan, while allowing their dance activities to be used as high school credit. Please review the following documents for more details.

 

 

Click here to visit our the Professional Program page on our website for more information or to register for the 2016-2017 Academic Year.


Our mailing address is:

International Ballet Academy
507 6th Street South
Kirkland, WA 98033

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
MindFluctuations: Dance/3D Virtual Artworks/Live Electronic Music
 
Maida Withers Dance Construction Company, USA, continues four decades of bold integration of  dance and real-time interactive technology with the world premiere of MindFluctuations, a stunning performance of dance, 3D virtual artworks and live music on March 19, 2015 at 8:00 pm at GW’s Lisner Auditorium. Dancers wear a special neuro headset that allows expressive states of the brain to interact with and alter spectacular 3D artworks by Tania Fraga, a Brazilian computer artist. John Driscoll and Steve Hilmy perform music with robotic instruments and electronic music

http://maidadance.com/news
http://lisner.gwu.edu/mindfluctuations-world-premiere

Maida Withers

Artistic Director, MWDCCo

Professor, GWU

m.withers@verizon.net

202-994-0739, 703-300-4634

www.maidadance.com
www.facebook.com/maidadance

@MWDCCo

 

 

 

Invitation to Attend the Inaugural Isadora Duncan International Symposium

Dear Colleagues,
It is our pleasure to invite you to take part in the first Isadora Duncan International Symposium:

Isadora Duncan, Photo by Arnold Genthe.

Isadora Duncan with open arms in front of curtains. Photo by Arnold Genthe.

“The Dance of the Future: Cultivating Duncan Dance for the 21st Century”

June 16-18, 2013

at George Washington University
Washington, DC

The CID Panorama
a program of the
International Dance Council CID, the official organization for dance world wide
www.cid-portal.org www.cid-world.org