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The 291 Conditioning Studio is open on Fridays this semester for anyone to come and consult/work with Joyce Patrone every week from 12:45-2:40pm.
Please mark your calendars to come on days/times you are able – all Fridays except Spring Break!
Awilda Rodríguez Lora
Mar 05, 2019 5:30 PM
Free for all audiences – RSVP requested at https://wexarts.org/talks-more/awilda-rodriguez-lora
At this cosponsored artist talk, hear from Awilda Rodríguez Lora—a performance choreographer whose work challenges misconceptions about womanhood through the exploration of sexuality, empowerment, and self-determination.
Senior BFA students present their capstone projects alongside a BFA final project by Laura DeAngelis and an MFA final project by Jazelynn Goudy. The works paint an engaging and captivating picture of these students’ experiences and time at Ohio State Dance Department!
In early February, Netta Yerushalmy’s Paramodernities was presented to Wex audiences over the course of three performances. Below, Karen Eliot, a professor with The Ohio State University Department of Dance, and two students enrolled in her “Writing About Dance” course, Laura Gaines and Lavinia Huang, reflect on their experiences with the performance.
The Lincoln Theatre Community Conversations Series presents THE AFRICAN DIASPORA IN DANCE
Thursday, March 28, 6 pm
Lincoln Theatre Cardinal Health Ballroom (769 E. Long St.)
African-Americans have used dance to tell their story, assert their identity, and express their unique creativity. Folk dance, popular dance crazes, and the high arts have all been unquestionably influenced by our genetic muscle memory of African movement. Facilitated by a local panel of speakers, this Community Conversations event will explore “Katherine Dunham to Misty Copeland – The African Diaspora in Dance.” Doors open at 5:30pm. The event begins at 6pm. Admission is free. www.LincolnTheatreColumbus.com
CAPA presents PILOBOLUS
Tuesday, March 26, 7:30pm
Ohio Theatre (39 E. State St.)
For 47 years, internationally renowned movement company Pilobolus has tested the limit of human physicality, exploring the power of connected bodies. Its all-new work,Shadowland: The New Adventure, utilizes the company’s mixed media exploration to tell a love story about two people on a quest to save a magical bird. Employing animation, video, and live shadow theatre, this madcap adventure dips its toe into the genres of science fiction, film noir, and romantic comedy. Tickets are $20-$50 and can be purchased in-person at the CAPA Ticket Center (39 E. State St.), online atwww.capa.com, or by phone at (614) 469-0939 or (800) 745-3000. Includes two acts and an intermission. www.capa.com