As we move into our fall’s upcoming “Crossover” event at Hyde Park Art Center, this Monday, September 16th, here are glimpses from the culminating spring Moving Dialog “To MOVE” at Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. On May 6th, within the intimate studio, participants moved with each other, and through intriguing conversations on body, ability and hierarchy in dance. Liz Lerman guided us with grace and wisdom. Core participants including Sherry Zunker, Alana Wallace, Melissa L. Sallée and Annie Rudnik, shared their insights into the multifaceted ways we can move and be moved; with pre and post reflections on this event by noted arts critic Sid Smith!
Please join us this Monday for our kick-off fall Moving Dialog – Crossover at Hyde Park Art Center from 6pm – 9pm; an interactive event exploring hybrid aesthetics with artists Susan Marshall, Tony Orrico and Anthony Romero! Curated & moderated by Baraka de Soleil. Produced by Audience Architects in partnership with The Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago and Hyde Park Art Center’s ARTBar Series.
Moving Dialogs: Diversity + Dance, a six part series bringing together leading artists with audiences to discuss timely cultural and societal topics through the lens of dance, is funded in part by the Chicago Seminar on Dance and Performance, the Illinois Humanities Council, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Illinois General Assembly. Special Thanks to The Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago, Producing Partner for the Spring & Fall series of Moving Dialogs: Diversity + Dance. Venue Partners for the Fall series include: Hyde Park Art Center, Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts. Venue Partners for the Spring series include: The Old Town School of Folk Music, the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE), and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago.