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Celebrate twenty years of dance enthusiasm!

Spring 2018  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 are very inspiring and relevant for artistic inquiry as well as teaching.
 
All Dance TAG sessions are FREE
NEW LOCATION: Sessions held at Community Education Center,
                              3500 Lancaster Ave., Philadelphia 19104
      Free parking available in CEC Lot behind the building (Warren Street)
RSVPs are appreciated: infoatphiladanceprojects [dot] org or 215-546-2552
 
Sunday, March 18   1-3PM  Marion Ramirez 
“Strengthening the Bond: Dancing for Family Connection”
 
Sunday, March 25   4-6PM, Elizabeth Johnson  &  Jame McCray
“Dance Exchange/Toolbox: Strategies for Creating Movement”
 
Sunday, April 8  1-3PM Bethany Formica
 “Dance Games for Community Building, Part II

 

Artist reflections on  the BILATERAL Budapest/Philadelphia Dance Artists Exchange 2017

Megan Mazarick writes about her experience in Budapest in Postcards From My Selves in Budapest published on thinkingdance.net

Jungwoong Kim’s beautiful photo essasy of his experience you can see here.

 

PDP at 20…..

This iconic photo of Dancer/Choreographer, Rennie Harris was taken by Photographer, Bob Emmott at a photo shoot for Philadelphia Dance Projects.  In PDP’s first full season as an independent presenter we commissioned Harris and Dance/Music Artist Grisha Coleman to collaborate on a new work made possible in part with support from the MAP Fund.   The suite of dances and music  “Every Good Boy Does Fine” premiered at the Painted Bride  and at the Aaron Davis Hall in NYC in May of 1997.   This was Puremovement’s first full evening work and sections from the collaboration toured in RHPM for several years throughout the world.
That spring 1997 also included workshops by Deborah Hay and Ronald K Brown.
PDP with Arranged Introductions facilitated workshops with Leah Stein for young people of  Southwest Philly who performed with her at Bartram Gardens that year.
PDP, also, participated in the Philadelphia Festival of World Cinema presenting a program by filmmaker/dancer Jo Andres.
Philadelphia Dance Projects was off to an auspicious start.

 

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