Photo of Sonja Pregrad by Silvija Dogan

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[Virtual] Festival 2020-2021

November 24 – May 31, 2021

About Movement Research Festivals:

Movement Research Festivals, curated by a team of artists, explore contemporary dance forms through performances, classes, workshops, and discursive events. MR Festivals allow for a varied investigation and exploration into current artistic concerns and reflect Movement Research’s mission of valuing artists, their creative process, and their vital role within society. The Fall Festival centers around performances at our long-time festival home, Danspace Project.

A note on [Virtual] 2020 Festival events...

Like many event series happening this year, Movement Research's Festival looks a bit different. Rather than condensing a series of in-person events, workshops and performances into a five day period in December, various events like this GPS Chat will be scattered throughout the coming months. We hope you'll join us in exploring this new format, and connect with artists around the globe.


Venue Partners

[Virtual] Festival | GPS Chats: Close Encounters of a Dance Kind (Croatia/Iran/USA)

mayfield brooks, ​Saghar Hosseinpour, Silvia Marchig, Marielys Burgos Meléndez, Zrinka Šimičić Mihanović, Kayvon Pourazar, ​Sonja Pregrad, Marýa Wethers

November 24

2:00pm – 3:30pm

[Virtual] Festival | GPS Chats: International Interdisciplinary Artists Consortium (Mexico, North Macedonia, USA)

Hadar Ahuvia, Ursula Eagly, Martin Lanz Landazuri, ​Arely Landeros, Peter Sciscioli, Iskra Sukarova, Tatyana Tenenbaum

January 30

2:00pm – 3:30pm

While Festival events will unfold differently this year, we'll update you as new opportunities and experiences take shape. Continue to check this page for the most accurate lineup of events, and share with friends around the globe who might be interested in taking part!

Festival Events 2020-2021:

About GPS Chats: GPS Chats is a series offering GPS artists in residence a platform to share about their creative practice and living and working as independent contemporary dance artists in their cultural contexts. The series features international artists in conversation with local artists about the importance of international cultural exchange on the development of their creative practices.