6:30pm – 8:00pm
November 9, 2022
MR, 122CC – Courtyard Studio
150 1st Avenue New York, NY 10009
[In-Person] GPS Chats:
Reflections on Cultural Production in Budapest, NYC, and Warsaw
Featuring Brigitta Kovács (Hungary) & Karolina Kraczkowska (Poland)
This is a Free event. Spaces are limited.
For the HEALTH of OUR COMMUNITIES, we will continue to follow our current >>Movement Research COVID-19 Safety Protocols<< until further notice. These protocols require participants, attendees, and visitors entering MR facilities at 122CC to be Fully Vaccinated and wear masks during the entire duration of events.
This in-person GPS Chats features a follow-up presentation by CEC ArtsLink International Fellow Brigitta Kovács based in Budapest, Hungary and introduces MRX/Poland artist Karolina Kraczkowska based in Warsaw, Poland.
Brigitta has returned to NYC for a CEC ArtsLink International Fellowship hosted by Movement Research for six weeks in October/November 2022. She will reflect on her research in NYC, share observations about varying approaches to cultural production, and discuss influences on her work as an independent cultural producer. She will also give a brief overview of the current situation of the independent performing arts scene in Hungary.
Karolina is the 2022 MRX/Poland artist in residence at Movement Research through a partnership with the National Institute for Music and Dance in Warsaw. During her two week residency she is taking classes, rehearsing in the MR studios, and performing on the Movement Research at the Judson Church series on Monday, November 14. Karolina will speak about her artistic work and creative practices and share insights about working in contemporary performance in Poland.
The GPS/Global Practice Sharing program is supported, in part, with generous support from the Trust for Mutual Understanding and the Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller Fund.
[ID: Photo of Brigitta Kovács speaking while sitting at a desk with a laptop open in front of her. In the foreground audience members are listening attentively.]
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