Photography and the Performance Journal
Moderated by Ursula Eagly
Panelists: Anja Hitzenberger, Miana Jun, and Dona Ann McAdams
Gibney Dance Center, Studio 1, 6:15 pm
890 Broadway, 5th Floor
New York, NY
Photographers Dona Ann McAdams, Anja Hitzenberger, and Miana Jun gather to discuss photography and the Movement Research Performance Journal. They will address their own publishing histories with the journal, the role of photography in the context of the journalâ€™s mission and presentation, and the possibilities that the journal presents in a world with increasingly fewer print publications.
CPR in partnership with Movement Research PRESENTS
Center for Performance Research, 3:00 pm
361 Manhattan Ave.
Mr. Van Kote will discuss many aspects of the French Ministry of Cultureâ€™s dance program including the departmentâ€™s mission, key figures, and funding opportunities for artists, presenting venues, educational training, and advocacy.
Bureau for the Future of Choreography: Flowcharts
Hosted by the Bureau, with presentations by Biba Bell, Thomas DeFrantz & Shireen Dickson, and Constanze Schellow
The Center at West Park, 3:00 pm
West Park Presbyterian Church
165 West 86th Street
New York, NY 10024
Stage # 1 of The Bureauâ€™s challenge to make Contemporary Dance and Choreography Flowcharts. Come out to Movement Researchâ€™s Spring Festival at The Center at West Park (165 West 86th Street NYC). Partake in live-action timeline-ing and flow-chatting! Drop-in at any point. Itâ€™s free. DOINâ€™ IT (3pm â€“ 6pm) Draw flowcharts and diagrams Add to a decade-to-decade timeline 1960 â€“ 2020 Silkscreen tee shirts with Venn diagrams Rearrange a wall of historical signage and categorizations Feel the rhythm of history while you rock out to DJ Historical Accumulation DISCUSSINâ€™ IT (6pm â€“ 7pm) Presentations and discussions with four sassy thinkers: Thomas DeFrantz & Shireen Dickson Biba Bell Constanze Schellow And in case you think itâ€™s too late, thereâ€™s still time to submit a flowchart. Send it to: dearBFC@gmail.com Taking inspiration from the first director of the Museum of Modern Art, Alfred Barr, and his infamous 1935 Flowchart of Modernism and responses to his gesture--such as this one, this one, and this one--The Bureau is collecting Flowcharts of Contemporary Dance & Choreography. What might a flowchart for contemporary dance look like? Where and when does your flowchart for contemporary dance start? Where does it end? What are your ideologies and how do you name them? What are your histories and how do you write them--especially those that have not been formally written?