Long Table: Our Media: Blogging, Podcasting, Social Media, and Zines (New York, NY)

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Wednesday, December 5, 2018 / 6-8pm
Gibney 280 Broadway
280 Broadway (enter 53a Chambers)
New York, NY 10012

Curated and hosted by Senior Curatorial Director, Eva Yaa Asantewaa, Center Line is a series highlighting issues in the dance community through monthly conversations (Long Tables) and experiential gatherings (Circling Back).

Long Tables conversations adopt performance artist Lois Weaver’s non-hierarchical Long Table format, encouraging informal conversation around topics of concern to the community.

How do we take control of our own messages and media as dance artists and advocates? How can a DIY ethic expand opportunities for documentation and promotion of dance? How can you get started setting up and producing content for an alternative dance medium? In this “Long Table” series we talk about the blogs, podcasts, social media feeds and groups, zines and dedicated sites we have created or enjoyed.

Facilitator: Eva Yaa Asantewaa
Core participants: Dunya McPherson (Dancemeditation blog); Erin Carlisle Norton (Movers and Shapers podcast), Jay Bouey (The Dance Union podcast), Stephanie Acosta (Reading, American Realness)

In partnership with Gibney’s Digital Media Initiative.

Open Performance at Movement Research (New York, NY)

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Tuesday, November 20, 2018 / 7:00pm
Movement Research at Edens Expressway
537 Broadway 4th Floor
New York, NY 10012
Suggested Donation: $3
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A program of non-curated shared showings of experimentation and work-in-progress by artists at all stages of their development. The events are centered around an audience discussion moderated by a current or former Movement Research Artist-in-Residence, where we experiment with different feedback methods to support and inform the artists’ process.

Moderator: Jasmine Hearn, with DanceAction, The Moving Architects, and Anh Vo

Liberty Hall Dance Festival featuring The Moving Architects (Union, NJ)

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Saturday, September 29, 2018 / 1:00-4:00pm

Liberty Hall Museum at Kean University
1003 Morris Avenue
Union, NJ 07083
Admission: $20.00 per adult, $15.00 per senior, $12.00 per child
Purchase Tickets: HERE

Buggé Ballet and Liberty Hall Museum at Kean University join forces for the second Liberty Hall Dance Festival! Spend an afternoon walking along the beautiful museum grounds enjoying site-specific professional dance performances inspired by moments in history.  Participating dance companies and choreographers include: Angel Kaba, Armada Dance Company, Bryce Dance Company, Buggé Ballet, Carolyn Dorfman Dance, Cranford High School/Emily Donahue, Dance Visions NY, Heather Harrington/Academy for Performing Arts, The Kennedy Dancers Repertory Company, Luminarium Dance Company, MoustacheCat Dance, The Moving Architects, Schoen Movement Company, Undertow Dance, and Yamini Kalluri.

Creative Movement Class at Montclair Public Library

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Tuesday, July 10 / 3.30-4:30pm
Creative Movement Class

Montclair Public Library – Main Library Auditorium
50 S. Fullerton Ave.
Montclair, NJ 07042
Free Event! Recommended for families and kids 10+

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Join The Moving Architects for a Creative Movement class! Creative Movement is a joyful way to explore movement, develop physical skills, explore elements of dance, channel energy, stimulate imagination, and promote creativity. Creative Movement uses body actions to communicate images, ideas, and feelings, all in a fun and encouraging class setting. The Moving Architects will also be bringing their “Bubble,” an ethereal, cloudlike space to perform in. Please wear comfortable clothing.

The Moving Architects Seeks Female Dancers

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The Moving Architects (TMA), led by Artistic Director Erin Carlisle Norton, is currently seeking invested, inquisitive, and intelligent female dancers for projects beginning summer 2018.  Dancers should have a movement foundation grounded in ballet and modern dance forms with the ability to execute aggressive, physically demanding, technical, and articulated movement.  Additional skills needed: working intimately within an ensemble; ease with improvisation, movement manipulation, and partner work; and readiness for an investigatory rehearsal process. Rehearsals are Sundays and/or Tuesday evenings, and dancers are paid for performances as well as on a project-by-project basis. Preference is given to dancers available for an out of state residency August 7-11, and women of color are encouraged to apply.


Fill out form at link below, which includes a video link to a 2-minute solo improvisation and a headshot along with requested information.  Note: Dance reels will NOT be accepted or links to websites as video submission.  Application deadline: JUNE 12.  Select dancers will be asked to attend a company class on the afternoon of Sunday, June 24, in NYC.  Invitation to attend class will be made by June 19.


The Moving Architects, under Artistic Director Erin Carlisle Norton, is a female-centric dance company that channels the authentic complexity of both the current and historically lived female experience into dance works edged with charged movement and feminine strength.  Formed in 2007 and based in NJ/NYC since 2013, TMA has performed and taught extensively throughout the NYC-area, East Coast, Midwest, and internationally in Central Asia, Guatemala, and Morocco. TMA hosts and produces the dance interview podcast Movers & Shapers: A Dance Podcast and heads the Community Movement Project, a pay-what-you-can movement program in Northern NJ.

Second Saturdays with The Moving Architects

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Saturday, May 12 / 3pm

Second Saturdays with The Moving Architects

Central Presbyterian Church of Montclair
46 Park Street
Montclair, NJ 07042
Tickets: Free event!
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“Second Saturdays at Central” welcomes the dance company The Moving Architects in May as part of their monthly community programming at Central Presbyterian Church in Montclair. The Moving Architects will provide a family-friendly interactive dance and movement program and performance. “Second Saturdays” is a community-wide service program presented in collaboration with local arts organizations and businesses and offered to families for free or by suggested donation.