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Spring 2019 DanceTAG

Dance TAG (Teaching Artists Group) is a collegial gathering of teaching artists for movement ideas, information, discussion, and networking. We invite artists at all stages of their teaching — rookies, veterans, people currently working or those looking for work, especially artists in schools and community situations — who consider teaching to be an integral part of their artistic work. The sessions tend to be very inspiring and relevant for artistic inquiry as well as teaching.
All Dance TAG sessions are FREE
At the CEC 3500 Lancaster Ave., Philadelphia 19104
RSVPs are appreciated: infoatphiladanceprojects [dot] org or 215-546-2552
Sunday, April 28 1-3PM
GAME ON! Learning through Movement-based Games with Adina Rosenberg 

Philadelphia Dance Projects is reviving its PDP Presents series.


See here for past presenting history.


The new series is presently in a planning phase.
PDP is seeking dance artists interested in participating in the 2019/20 Season (Fall/Spring). Solo and/or small or large ensemble works in the range of 10-15 minutes to full evening work (30-35 min) will be considered. Invited artists will receive a fair guaranteed fee, production support and promotion. Venue/s TBA.
If interested please forward a link to a video sample and any other comments about your work. Consideration will be given to whether the work has been performed too recently in the Philadelphia area to present again in the PDP Presents 2019/20 series. If you are working on new material you would like to present, please let us know.
Send all inquiries and sample links to: infoatphiladanceprojects [dot] org by May 17, 2019.

THANKS! to everyone for participating PDP’s Old City Arts History Project Symposium on February 23
Read about it on Broad Street Review here.

The OLD CITY ARTS HISTORY PROJECT 1975-1980:

With a Discovery Grant from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, Philadelphia Dance Projects has begun to research the legacy and history of artists and their activities, who were living and working in Old City circa 1975-1980.
This discovery process grows out of PDP’s Local Dance History Project (2010)- which pursued an understanding of the roots of contemporary dance in Philadelphia. A significant number of dance artists were at the core of founding and/or creating and presenting work through Old City Arts during that era. Critical to understanding this evolution is the interplay with other artists in other disciplines particularly music, theater or performance art and the visual arts.
By exchanging this information and ideas about this history, artists and audiences may come to appreciate the depth of work being created today, not only in terms of style and interdisciplinary interaction, but also the social and urban nexus with which art connects.

The Discovery process activities to date have included identifying the artists, neighbors, audiences and others who shared in the experience of Old City as an organic arts phenomenon. We have been working with scholars, artists and community partners as advisors and participants in research process.

Discovery Project Team:
Terry Fox, PDP Director
Jeff Cain, Project Manager
Brett Mapp, Community Liaison, Director of Operations Manager Old City
Ishmael Houston-Jones, Faculty ETW at NYU, UArts, Curator Danspace
Melissa Rachleff-Burtt, NYU Steinhardt Faculty NYU, Co-Curator Exit Art Margaret Winslow, Curator Contemporary Art, Delaware Art Museum

 

A CALL for information, materials or personal stories for this history project, please contact PDP.
OCA Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2110247489298667/                           
Email: infoatphiladanceprojects [dot] org
Please take our survey….https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/OldCityArtsHistory
Support for the research and development of THE OLD CITY ARTS HISTORY PROJECT has been provided by The Pew Center for Arts and Heritage. 

 

 

DANCE TAG (Teaching Artists Group) 
Stay tuned for more in 2019…

 

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