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Workshop (Calgary): 10-Day Workshop with Miguel Gutierrez

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Workshop (Calgary): 10-Day Workshop with Miguel Gutierrez

 

Springboard Performance presents

Baby, this is what you came for
or
I’m walking on my future

A 10-day workshop with
MIGUEL GUTIERREZ (NEW YORK)

SEPT 26 – OCT 5, 2019
West Village Theatre, Calgary

*Open to artists of all disciplines interested in live performance.

Tuition Fee | $800, APPLY BY SEPT 6
*$75 non-refundable deposit required upon confirmation of registration.
*Subsidy available by application. Deadline Aug 23.

ONLINE APPLICATION | http://bit.ly/interarriummiguel
MORE INFO | https://springboardperformance.com/interrarium

“… politics is activity already in motion. It does not await ignition.” – Randy Martin

THIS WORKSHOP IS A MOVING THINK TANK. Choreography can be a framework for deploying difference in a time of increasing anxiety. What do I mean by difference? Who is in the room. What does it mean for us to be together? We are not the same but we are bound by invisible tethers and the strangeness of behaving together. I am interested in the strangeness and try to tease it out in ways both systematic and spontaneous. We make by doing. We perform as we make a performance, or participate in a workshop. I will share ways that I harness immediacy, mystery, relevance, irreverence and import. I am interested in what is definitive and unstable. Are we foolish for still being inspired by performance? I like dancing. I like it a lot. We become beautiful in the process of performing but beautiful is not enough. I want to hold all of us. I want the differences held. Do you care to join? It is all too much.

MIGUEL GUTIERREZ lives in Brooklyn, NY. He creates dance-based performances, music and poetry that focus on desire, identity and the search for meaning. He is a 2016 Doris Duke Artist. His work has been presented in venues such as Centre National de Danse, Centre Pompidou, ImPulsTanz, Fringe Arts, Walker Art Center, TBA/PICA, MCA Chicago, New York Live Arts, Live Arts Bard, and the 2014 Whitney Biennial. He has received support from Creative Capital, MAP, National Dance Project, and Jerome Foundation and has received fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, United States Artists, New York Foundation for the Arts, Tides Foundation as well as a Foundation for Contemporary Art award and four NY Dance and Performance Bessies. He recently premiered This Bridge Called My Ass, a group performance that bends tropes of Latinidad to articulate new relationships to identity and form. It was presented by The Chocolate Factory as part of American Realness 2019. He currently performs a music project called SADONNA, where he turns Madonna’s upbeat songs into sad anthems. He runs LANDING, an educational initiative at Gibney, and his book When You Rise Up is available from 53rd State Press.

More about Miguel at: www.miguelgutierrez.org

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