Join live via Zoom for the "Cultivating Genius" Reading Group on WED January 27! Learn more and RSVP >>
Join us Saturday, January 30 for a [Virtual] Festival event! GPS Chats: International Interdisciplinary Artists Consortium. Learn more and RSVP >>
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The application for the 2021 Parent Artist Residency Program is now OPEN! Read the full guidelines and apply by February 5, 2021 at 11:59pm EST >>
Check out the December Issue of Critical Correspondence featuring "Biba Bell in conversation" and "Negotiating Play" >>
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In-person programming is suspended until further notice. We'll update you here should in-person programs resume. Thank you for your participation in online programs!
What's Upcoming at Movement Research
[Virtual] MELT – TRY/ING
TRY Team: Ishmael Houston-Jones, Keith Hennessy, Snowflake Towers (Yoeme, Mayan), jose e. abad, Kevin O’Connor
Jan 18 – Jan 22
[Virtual] Festival | GPS Chats: International Interdisciplinary Artists Consortium
Hadar Ahuvia, Ursula Eagly, Martin Lanz Landazuri, Arely Landeros, Peter Sciscioli, Iskra Sukarova, Tatyana Tenenbaum
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