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Hi Everyone,I am sorry I have not posted for so long. Winter break at Arizona State University happened, during which I took a brief hiatus from Leonard (the wearer was out of town) - once we got back, we were slammed just to get done for the show - blah, blah, blah, I'm sorry. Leonard has been on the fast track to success. Here are some pictures of him:

Leonard and Diane

Leonard and Diane waltzingThe original wearer of Leonard landed a new job, which was really great for him and his career BUT inhibited him from being able to play Leonard for the show. A wonderful woman by the name of Randi Frost agreed to play Leonard. Randi is a dancer, which I think really made Leonard come alive. Shawn is wonderful - don't get me wrong - but he can't break it down the same way Randi can.Here's a picture of Randi in the suit:

That's Randi standing behind one of the dancers in Case Study, Tara Wrobel.We performed Case Study last week with great success (video to be up in the near future). While Leoanard was a GREAT hit in the context of the show, we ran into some problems due to lack of time, so we were not able to use the Miditron Wireless in the show. Leonard works with the Miditron, he makes sound and is very charming; however, because the sounds he made in the context of the show were part of a dialogue, we were not able to modify the sensitivity of the sensors in time to make the conversation seamless enough for performance. Because of this issue, Leonard's sounds were manually triggered by Christopher for the performance. I will go into more detail in future blogs about the issues that we came across.We have a new project nicely titled Monsters that Stjepan, Christopher, Meredith, and I are starting to workshop.

From Left to Right: Meredith Martinez, Jessica Mumford, Christopher Martinez

Just in case you haven't seen him or forgot - here's Stjepan.Leonard will be tweaked and premiered in this project with the interactive sound. Along with getting the sounds to work, we are also planning to add wireless speakers to the costume so that all sounds he makes actually come from the costume itself. I will keep posting as we move to this portion of the project.I have more project specific blogs that I will be posting soon so that you all know exactly what we have been up to and what problems we ran into.
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Laura Peterson Choreography"Forever"Performed by Christopher Hutchings, Kate Martel, Stephanie Miracle, Laura PetersonDance New Amsterdam, New YorkFebruary 19, 2009by Tom PhillipsCopyright 2009 by Tom Phillips“Modern Dance is Modern Art.” That’s what Laura Peterson tells her dance students, and it’s a teaching she follows rigorously in her company’s new work, “Forever.” This is dance strictly as a visual object, the elements being four dancers in four colors, moving on a white oval floor, among four faux Grecian columns and a mirrored rear wall. The set is vaguely reminiscent of the modernist paintings of Dali or de Chirico, but the dancing itself is even more abstract. Always a minimalist, Peterson makes art by strictly limiting her choices. In "Forever" there’s no emoting, no acting or miming, not even any touching. It’s just snippets of movement, driven by sound. Sometimes together and sometimes apart, the four run around in circles, march, jump, crawl, point, wiggle, spin and fall, roll, twiddle their fingers, bourree on their toes, cave in their chests, sprawl on the floor etc. and end up as they started, running around in circles. What’s going on? Turn the page.“Forever” is minimal, but the title hints at its ambitions. The score by Rob Erickson consists of 26 vocal motifs, an alphabet of “mouth music” looped and layered into short sections that contain elements of language but stop short of words. The choreography gives each section its own motif of repetitive movement – drawn from athletics and everyday life as well as ballet, modern dance, martial arts, and a kind of absurd industrial activity, such as walking around plucking things off invisible shelves. But just as the vocal score stops short of words, the movement stops short of any complete sequence of action. There’s no story at all. Like the first abstract expressionists, Peterson has returned to a pre-narrative world where color, shape and movement regain their original values. It works, because it makes you look again, for example at colors, brilliantly set off by the lighting and the luminous white floor. Peterson herself is in red but it’s not all red; she defies the laws of fashion with a top that’s more like orange.As for movement, watching Christopher Hutchings run, fall, roll, and shake himself off is like watching a good ballplayer do his work on the diamond. Rough and fuzzy around the edges, he’s the opposite pole to Peterson’s focused, driven energy. These two have collaborated for years now, so closely that they can do the same movement in perfect sync, and communicate two different feelings and intentions. Man at work, young woman willing to sacrifice herself to save the world. Peterson sometimes has the inspired, haunted look of Joan of Arc.What? Can an abstract work of art have such lofty intentions? I remember being struck by one explanation proposed for the rise of abstract painting in the early 20th century, that it was a protest against a world that had become too brutal and noxious to engage on its own terms. Consider that just a few years ago, Laura Peterson was a satirist. Her 2005 “Security” was a spoof on our national obsession with tracking each other, performed on hands and knees in insect garb under a bank of surveillance cameras. But satire seems an inadequate response to the world meltdown-in-progress of 2009. Maybe the answer is to retreat into timeless, fundamental categories of perception, to preserve something human amidst the wreckage.Not incidentally, “Forever” is a pleasure to watch. You can take it simply as a kaleidoscope, with the sound score acting as the engine to turn the lens and set off a new series of changes every two minutes or so. The sound is loud and funny, with many references to the rough rhythms of everyday life, such as a repeated “boom – boom WHOMP” that sounds like the old applause machine at Shea Stadium, which is now, not incidentally, a pile of wreckage, replaced by a field named for an insolvent bank.The nice thing about “Forever” is that it can remind you of anything. Besides baseball I was thinking of “Finnegans Wake,” which also has a circular structure, four parts, repetitive themes and snippets of action rather than a narrative. The point of Joyce’s masterwork was that nothing is lost in the great river of civilization, that everything that disappears will rise again. The point of “Forever” could be that when human beings hear sound in rhythm, they have to move, and that’s what makes the river run.“Forever” continues through Sunday February 22 at Dance New Amsterdam.Copyright 2009 by Tom PhillipsPhoto by Elle Chyun

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I just posted "'body/traces" Exploring Movement with DIY Lasers and 3D Animation" to Great Dance.New media artist Sophie Kahn and choreographer Lisa Parra are exploring do-it-yourself (DIY) laser scanner technology and stop-motion 3D animation for their video installation "body/traces.In this post, I include other examples of the use of structured light and lasers for stop-motion animations and data visualizations.Best,Doug FoxGreat Dance
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Screentest Fest

Sabine Klaus' A_WAY_AWAY is screening at

The UK’s National Student Film Festival. Created in 2004 as a platform to showcase student filmmaking talent from around the UK the festival recently enjoyed its fourth year with the 2008 event taking place over the weekend of the 29th February - 2nd March. Screentest will return to The University of Bristol Students’ Union, Bristol on the 6th - 8th March, 2009.Over the course of the weekend the year’s selection of student-made short films was shown alongside a great programme of guest speakers hosting Q & A sessions, talks and workshops. 2008 saw contributions from BAFTA award winner Luis Cook, young director Vicky Jewson as well as workshops hosted by Leopard Films, Jill Raistrick, David Bekkevold, Alex Kirkland and NFTS talent scout Paul Green. Previous years have seen guests such as Director Ken Loach, Actress Emily Watson, Screenwriter David Nicholls, Chairman of BAFTA Duncan Kenworthy, and UK Film Council Chairman Stewart Till.
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TRENCH is screening at

Big in Falkirk, Scotland's National Street Arts Festival is back for its 10th year on Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 May 2009.Big in Falkirk 2009 will run from 12pm to 11pm both days.Since its inception in 2000, this award-winning, FREE weekend extravaganza has become one of the largest cultural events in Scotland, attracting over 100,000 people. Located in Falkirk’s stunning 180-acre Callendar Park, the cutting-edge entertainment features a wide variety of spectacular outdoor theatre, pyrotechnic displays, art, comedy and big name music acts alongside activities for all ages.Big in Falkirk showcases the finest, most original outdoor contemporary theatre, whilst also working closely with the best artists in their field and nurturing creativity. Previous festivals have included world premieres such as Walk the Plank’s magical Swan Song. UK premieres have included Groupe F (the company responsible for illuminating the Eiffel Tower during the millennium celebrations), Compagnie Jo Bithume, Plasticiens Volants and Teatre Osmego D’nia.Alongside this, Big in Falkirk presents some of the most popular names in music having previously welcomed Snow Patrol, The Stranglers, Deacon Blue, Bob Geldof and Midge Ure to the music stage. The festival has also managed to secure acts just before they hit the big time, with McFly, Orson and Sandi Thom celebrating Number One singles during or immediately after rocking Big in Falkirk.To become one of Big in Falkirk's friends, visit our MySpace site here.
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TRENCH is screening at returns to Manchester and the UK from 23 to 28 April 2009.Now in its 5th year, moves is established as the largest exhibition platform in the UK for experimental short film and new media with a unique focus on movement on screen, exploring new ways of telling stories through films, installations and screen-based works.2008 was the year of music, questioning the interaction of sound and movement on screen; moves09 will be looking at stories beyond movement, exploring the narrative possibilities of movement on screen through screenings, installations, live events, open-source forums…moves is the largest exhibition platform in the UK for experimental short film and new media with a unique focus on movement on screen, exploring new ways of telling stories through films, installations and screen-based works.Wherever you live, you can catch moves:in Manchester and the North West with a 6-day festival exploring movement on screen through screenings, installations, workshops and open-space forums;in the UK on the BBC Big Screens and in selected venues such as Sadler's Wells and Glasgow CCA;worldwide with a year-round tour taking moves' favourites as far as Hungary, Russia and Brazil.
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Dancing with Zoetropes - Part II

Last September, I wrote a post "Zoetrope: Creating the Illusion of Movement Through Present Times."In a new post that I just wrote, I include more video examples of dance and movement zoetropes:- A video of a traditional zoetrope that feature multiple dance styles.- A promotional video for an Istanbul film festival that features an imaginative take on zoetropes.- An update on the work of dancer and choreographer Chirstinn Whyte and photographer and digital artist Jake Messenger.- The restoration of Bill Brand's 1980 public art work "Masstransiscope" in the New York City Subway. And,- Sony's massive, ten-ton zoetrope, the BRAVIA-drome in Venaria, Italy.If you know of more examples of zoetropes, especially dance related, please let me know about them.Best,Doug FoxGreat Dance
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Test_Lab: Artistic Interfaces

Test_Lab is a bi-monthly public event organized by V2_ Institute for the Unstable Media that provides an informal setting for the presentation, demonstration, testing, and discussion of artistic research and development (aRt&D).

V2_ Ground floor, Eendrachtsstraat 10, Rotterdam. March 12, 2009, 8 p.m. Admission: free.
In this edition of Test_Lab, the outcome of artistic experiments in (counter-) intuitive Artistic Interfaces will be elaborated upon by interaction maker and researcher Kristina Andersen. While designers aim to advance interfaces to more intuitive use, through notions such as metaphor, artists often take a radically different approach, by incorporating counter-intuitive responses. This tension will be exemplified through demonstrations of the intuitive software design of Watch That Sound (Jacques van de Veerdonk and V2_Lab), a preview of the adaptive physical space of Liquid Space 6.0 (Studio Roosegaarde), and the body interface and tangible interaction prototypes of Dark Matter (Tom Heene and the Center for User Experience Research, KU Leuven) and Cubebrowser (Ludwig Zeller). The audience, in the tradition of Test_Lab, is once again invited to actively engage with the demonstrated works and put their use to the test.Full program description: www.v2.nlThis event will be streamed live at http://live.v2.nlKristina Andersenwww.lockergirl.comThe Watch That Sound tool is a co-production between Jacques van de Veerdonk and V2_Lab. www.watchthatsound.nlCubeBrowser is a project by Ludwig Zeller in collaboration with Martin Nawrath, Nando Nkrumah, Bernd Voss, Charlotte Krauss, Andreas Muxel, Heinz Nink and Lasse Scherffig.www.cubebrowser.deDark Matter is a project initiated by media artist Tom Heene and the Center for User Experience Research - CUO (KU Leuven, Dries De Roeck & Dirk Bollen). It is developed in collaboration with LAHAAG (Pieter Heremans & Gert Aertsen), NODEBOX (Lievn Menschaert & Tom De Smedt) and WICA (UGent, Kris Vanhecke & Tom Deryckere). Dark Matter is an Art&D project funded by the IBBT (Interdisciplinary Institute for Broadband Technology). It has the support of XenICs and iMAL (Center for Digital Cultures and Technology) Space 6.0 was developed by Daan Roosegaarde and the Studio Roosegaarde team (Peter de Man, Axis Stuifmeel and project staff).www.studioroosegaarde.netFor more information, please contact Michel van Dartel,E: michel@v2.nlT: +31 (0)10 2067272.
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Hello dance-techers! Remember to tune in to watch interesting and exciting LIVE broadcasts: Wednesday February 25th INTERACTIVE PERFORMANCE SERIES: Dancing Sprites and Digitized Spaces LIVE Lecture from London Saturday February 28th and Saturday March 7th: Performance Mix Festival LIVE Performance from Joyce SOHO, New York City Ah Remember! Formal launching of dance-techTV this Sunday March 1st The first network for collaborative broadcasting and p2p production for members. Dance is now LIVE on the web! Become a dance-techTV co-producer: broadcast your performances, lectures, rehearsals, documentaries, teach on-line, collaborative interdisciplinary projects, get your own dance-techTV channel... Interested? email:
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Identical Twins?Do you know any female identical twins?Attractively quirky or quirkily attractiveBetween the ages of 16 and 35

call for twins.pdfDress size: Approximately US size 6 – 8We are looking for female identical twins to collaborate in an exciting and innovative artisticproject called SHAREWEAR. The work will be shown as part of the MIXER event taking place atEyebeam in NYC between Friday 6th and Saturday 7th of March. Working with British artist DiMainstone, the twins would be asked to model two extraordinary interactive couture dresses aspart of a live performance. Rehearsal would be required prior to the event and a fee isavailable for both nights. For further information and images please see the new SHAREWEARwebsite and film: website: MIXER at Eyebeam looks set to be a memorable evening of innovative creativity, so if you orany of your identical twin friends would like to get involved, please contact:Di Mainstone
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Putting the "Social" in "Social Media"

I just wrote post on Great Dance Blog about how the Brooklyn Museum uses Twitter to engage with their audience:"Brooklyn Museum Adds the "Social" to Their "Social Media" Campaigns"I'm very interested in hearing from dancers, choreographers, new media artists and others on how you are using social media ( Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Vimeo, photo-sharing and other applications) to engage with your audiences in new ways -- whether it is for collaborative art-making, marketing, or any other purpose.I'm looking for these stories for upcoming posts on Great Dance.Thanks!Best,Doug Foxdoug@greatdance.comhttp://greatdance.com
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Scratch It!

SCRATCH Moves at Arches GlasgowThu 05 Mar 20097.30pmPay what you can

This exciting new event for all things physical uses the ‘talkback’ Scratch format, this month exploring movement and image.Artists include award-winning German video editor/dance video maker Sabine Klaus Creation Editor (Msc, University of Dundee), screendance maker Anna Ramsay (Msc, University of Dundee), choreographer Susan Elena and visual artist Anna Henson (MFA, Glasgow School of Art).To Scratch contact
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«roboloco» ist ein Spektakel, welches in seiner spezifischen Ausrichtung unddem lustvoll-kreativem Umgang mit Technologie die öffentliche Diskussion imGrenzbereich zwischen Kunst, Wissenschaft und Gesellschaft fördert. Es sollauch zum Erfinden neuer Systeme anregen. Die Verantwortlichen legen vielWert auf die Arbeit mit lokalen KünstlerInnen und IngenieurInnen sowie aufdie überregionale Vernetzung mit Hochschulen und Institutionen.diyfestival.chdownload call (german)
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Tedance book

Tedance. Perspectives on Technologically Expanded Dance. Lisbon, FMH, 2009. 249 pp. Paper plus a DVD. ISBN: 987-972-735-160-2Price: 25 eurosThe TeDance book launch will take place at Culturgest, on the 13th March, at 6:30 p.m. So, if you happen to be in Lisbon by then, please, do not miss this session.Within the framework of the project TeDance, we have attempted to determine the likely intersections amongst four vertexes -- motion capture, augmented reality, character animation and choreography -- from an experimental and artistic perspective. The reader may now discover a set of texts, signed by scholars and art researchers from Portugal and abroad, adding volume to the original square, creating a cubic form. In fact, the reader will find those four concepts not exactly as univocal vertexes, but as attractors to lineations of unequal intensity. This book is a contribution to a better understanding of the variable geometry of this cubic-like artefact, which permanently discovers new updating. We centralise the body within this mutable form. And this is something that dance – perhaps, more than any other performing art – keeps reminding us.(Please contact to order copies of the book.)

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Forever by Laura Peterson Choreography

Hi there!Another colourful performancing showing in the house theatre of Dance New Amsterdam: Laura Peterson Choreography presents....... Forever.Tickets are very affordable, but be quick!Hope to see you then! :-)Fleur OnlineMarketing InternImagine a kaleidoscope’s saturated and seamless, dazzling light. Perfectly symmetrical and precise in its geometry, endlessly changing. This new evening length dance is performed on a large luminous white circle with the audience seated all around and performed to music by Lumberob.February 18-22Performance Times: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 8:00pm, Sunday matinee at 3:00pm*Note: this production opens on a Wednesday evening.Performed by Christopher Hutchings, Kate Martel, Stephanie Miracle, Laura PetersonMusic by Lumberob (Rob Erickson)Costumes by Candice ThompsonLighting design by Amanda K. RinggerTicket Prices: $20, ($15 members, $17 students)_______________________________________________________________________________________________Laura Peterson is a NYC-based dance artist and Artistic Director of Laura Peterson Choreography. This summer the company was in residence at the Queens Museum of Art where they began to develop their newest work Forever. Laura was awarded a 2007-08 Artist-in-Residence at Dance New Amsterdam in NYC where her piece Electrolux was premiered in March. In 2007 the company received a Mondo Cané! Commission at Dixon Place in New York. Her dances have been presented throughout NYC at venues including Dance Theater Workshop, PS 122, Danspace Project, Joe’s Pub, et AL. Laura’s choreography has been produced internationally in Argentina, Germany, and in throughout the US. Her work has been performed at Lincoln Center Out-of Doors, Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, Philadelphia’s NEW Festival and the Goose Route Dance Festival. Laura has been commissioned by Pennsylvania Ballet, Hartford Ballet, and DROP Dance in Boise, Idaho and has collaborated with Subcircle, a multimedia performance group in Philadelphia. She has received support from the Bosskak/Heilbron Charitable Foundation, a PA Arts Council Choreography Fellowship, the Puffin Foundation and is a member of the Screen Actor’s Guild (SAG).Laura’s performance credits include Julie Taymor’s latest film, Across The Universe, choreographed by Daniel Ezralow, from Sony Pictures Entertainment. She has performed the work of Mark Morris at Radio City Music Hall, as well as dancing with Poppo & the GoGo Boys, Risa Jaroslow & Dancers, Paule Turner’s court (Philadelphia), Group Motion Dance Co (Philadelphia), Asimina Chremos (Chicago), Alice Farley Dance Theater (NYC), and many others. Laura has taught dance at Rowan University, Western Connecticut State University and is currently a faculty member of CUNY Lehman College. She is returning faculty at the Balance Dance company pre-professional summer intensive and teaches Dance New Amsterdam in NYC. She holds an MFA in Dance from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts where she received a fellowship in Dance History. Laura graduated from University of the Arts in Philadelphia with a BFA in Modern Dance.Forever. is a co-production of DNA and Dixon Place and is a Dixon Place Mondo Cané! Commission.
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Hi everyone!Dance New Amsterdam will be showing a cool performance end of the month. 3 Pieces made by 3 strong women.Make sure not to miss such an extraordinary performance! All the info you'll find below or you can go to www.dnadance,org. Hope to meet you there,FleurOnline Marketing InternAs part of DNA’s ongoing celebration of intrepid female choreographers working with female casts and collaborators, this edition of OB•ject • ob•JECT features three world premieres by Rachel Mckinstry/Launch Movement Experiment, Jimena Paz/XYZeta Projects, and Tami Stronach.Feb 26-Mar 1Performance Times: Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 8:00pm, Sunday matinee at 3:00pmTicket Prices: $20, ($15 members, $17 students)_____________________________________________________________________________________________winter2005Rachel Mckinstry, born and raised in Youngstown, Ohio, improvises her way in order to try to reside in the space between 4 and 5. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in dance performance/choreography from the University of Michigan Ann Arbor in 2002 and made her way to NYC. Rachel co-founded Launch Movement Experiment in 2005 in NYC in order to make the dance experience an accessible yet progressive art form of our time. Her work has been presented in NYC at Movement Research at the Judson Church, Dance Theater Workshop, Dance New Amsterdam, Tisch School of the Arts, University Settlement, Galapagos Arts Space, Triskelion Arts, Snapshot Series @ Bar 13, Solace Bar/Lounge, and Mulberry Street Theater. Rachel is also currently performing with Nicole Wolcott as well as Residue Dance Theater/Trebien Pollard.Jimena PazJimena Paz was born during a big storm in the rainy city of Buenos Aires. She’s been working in New York since 1996 and founded XYZeta Projects in 2005. Currently Artist in Residence at Movement Research and at DTW’s Outer/Space creative residency, she has shown work at venues including Jacob’s Pillow, Joe’s Pub, Judson Church, 92nd Street YHMA, John Jay Theater, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, SUNY Purchase, Stadkino (Austria), and Centro Cultural Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires). She’s worked with the Stephen Petronio Company (1999–-2006) Martha Clarke (2002–-2008), Constanza Macras (Berlin), Iris Scaccheri (Buenos Aires), Molissa Fenley, Liz Gerring, Todd Williams, Toni Ramos and Jonah Bokaer and also with video/film artists Burt Barr, Anja Hitzenberger, Edward Ratliff, Sabrina Fraji, Virginie Yassef and Amy Greenfield. Teaching activities include the American Dance Festival, Dance New Amsterdam, Trisha Brown Studio, Movement Research, the 92nd Street YHMA, the New School, Tisch NYU, University of California Irvine, DeSales University and the Australian Dance Theater.XYZeta Projects was founded by Jimena Paz in 2005 to oversee choreographic interdisciplinary work with use of text and other collaborative projects with choreographic and improvisational creations for other media.Tama StronachTami Stronach was born to archeologist parents, a British father and an Israeli mother, and spent her early years in Iran before settling in the US. She formed her company Tami Stronach Dance in 2000 in order to combine her two loves: dance and theater. TSD has performed at over 20 venues in NYC including two seasons at Danspace Project at Saint Marks Church, The Here Art Center, Dance New Amsterdam (DNA), and Dance Theater Workshop among others. TSD has toured to over ten states domestically as well as jumping across the pond to England and Australia. Stronach is the recipient of numerous awards/grants including The Thayer Fellowship for excellence in choreography, multiple grants from the Brooklyn Arts Council, the Puffin Foundation, Bossak/Heilbron Charitable Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, and Goldman Sachs among others. As a performer she worked with Neta Pulvermacher, Monica Bill Barnes and the acclaimed Flying Machine Theater Company. She also choreographs for musical theater and film including: Berkshire Theater Festival’s The Wizard of OZ, “One Touch of Venus” at Ramapo College and the upcoming feature film “The Lost Children of Aporver”. Upcoming projects include DanceNow at Joe’s pub, a 2009 season at Galapagos DUMBO while a tour is in the works for Scotland’s Fringe Festival. Tami also regularly guest teaches at Dance New Amsterdam and at universities across the country. www.tamistronach.comDNA’s 2009 Season is made possible with DNA program revenue along with generous support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York; Mertz Gilmore Foundation; New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), a state agency; and New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA), a city agency.
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