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river, river, river - looping study

part of re:FRAME DANCE at the Front

December 11 - January 2

 

RSVP to attend a free performance 

Dec 12, 30, 31 & Jan 2

(running time 15 - 30 minutes)

re:FRAME Dance at the Front 

 

December 11, 2021 - January 2, 2022

SCHEDULE

Saturday, Dec 11 - Opening 6 - 9pm

7pm - ryuta - near bodies in december

8pm - Shannon - river, river, river - looping study

Sunday, Dec 12  Gallery is open 12 -5pm

Shannon - river, river, river - looping study

Sunday, Dec 19  Gallery is open 12 - 5pm

Shannon - river, river, river - looping study during gallery hours RSVP

Jeremy Guyton - a little bump in the road  3pm

 

SCHEDULE CHANGE

Thursday Dec 30 - Sunday Jan 2 

Ann Glaviano -  RSVP

Shannon Stewart  - RSVP

 

Sunday Jan 2 - Gallery is open 12 - 5pm

Shannon live performances during gallery hours RSVP

Ann Glaviano at 7pm - RSVP

ARTISTS/WORKS

ANN GLAVIANO, AN ANIMAL DANCE (2021), TWENTY-MINUTE LIVE PERFORMANCE DEC 28-30 AND JAN 2 AT 7 P.M. RSVP HERE.

 

JEREMY GUYTON, A LITTLE BUMP IN THE ROAD (2021), VIDEO, LIVE PERFORMANCE SUNDAY DEC 19.

RYUTA IWASHITA, 6がつのとおいからだ (FAR BODIES IN JUNE) (2020), VIDEO, 12がつのちかいからだ (CLOSE BODIES IN DECEMBER) (2021), LIVE PERFORMANCE SATURDAY DEC 11.

 

MERYL MURMAN AND YANINA ORELLANA AS PART OF CASSANDRA, MURMURATION (2021), VIDEO.

SHANNON STEWART | SCREAMING TRAPS, RIVER, RIVER, RIVER (LOOPING STUDY), AUDIO + LIVE PERFORMANCES DURING REGULAR GALLERY HOURS DEC 11, 12, 19, AND JAN 2.

 

 

re:FRAME Dance

 

Ann Glaviano, Jeremy Guyton, Ryuta Iwashita, Meryl Murman, Yanina Orellana, & Shannon Stewart

re:FRAME Dance exhibits the work and processes of six dance artists in solo dancemaking processes. Using Room 2 of the Front, the collective reframes the gallery experience by activating the space in different ways throughout the month-long exhibition while also sharing footage of their creative processes and outputs along the way. Each re:FRAME artist has been working across form, with inventive ways of collaborating across great distances, and through deep dives into personal and familial terrain.

Accompanying this exhibition, re:FRAME is hosting a weekend of workshops and community conversations at the Contemporary Arts Center and Beaubourg - EVERY BODY DANCE NOW. Information can be found here.

re:FRAME is movement-research collective of dance artists based in New Orleans--Ann Glaviano, Jeremy Guyton, Ryuta Iwashita, Meryl Murman, Yanina Orellana, and Shannon Stewart-- exploring alternative systems for artistic sustainability. re:FRAME artists formed a multi-year cohort for developing solo work and having been sharing their processes along the way.

Bios

Ann Glaviano is a native New Orleanian. Since 2013 she has directed a collaborative, cross-disciplinary performance project called Known Mass. She has studied extensively with Deborah Hay and performed with New Orleans Ballet Theatre, among others. 

Jeremy Guyton is a Los Angeles native and a core artist with several New Orleans–based dance and theatre companies; his work has been presented at the Sydney Opera House with Solange, and in collaboration with CERN, the astrophysics lab at the Franco-Swiss border. 

 Ryuta Iwashita is a New Orleans–based queer Japanese visual and performance artist. They have facilitated workshops in Japan, China, and the US, including at Tulane University, WCCI Jam, and Earthdance. 

 Meryl Murman and Yanina Orellana as part of CASSANDRA. Meryl Murman is an Arab-American dance-maker. Her work has been presented at the Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans. She’s received two fellowships from the US Embassy to create live art with refugee populations in Ukraine and Thessaloniki. 

 Yanina Orellana is a Mexican movement artist whose work examines Mexican traditions and ritual through a contemporary lens.

Shannon Stewart was born in the South and came of age as an artist in the Pacific Northwest, Bay Area, and Europe. Her work has been presented throughout the US and Europe, including Tulane University and DOCK 11 Berlin, and was slated to appear in 2020 at the Kennedy Center.

@reframenola
Workshops and Community Conversations at the CAC and Beaubourg