Our Kickstarter for our upcoming show, Loom, is now live! We have 30 days to raise $4,000 with an all or nothing goal! We need your help to bring this dream into reality. All Kickstarter funds raised will go towards alleviating the production & travel costs for Loom, as well as ensuring we can pay our artists for their time and talent.
The Countdown begins…….
Please consider helping support local dance. We feel so passionately about sharing our art with you & we believe Columbus, Ohio has the capacity for rich, vibrant and unique art- we want to contribute our piece!
CMCO (Columbus Moving Co.) will be performing the opening act for this evening length show by Movement Activities, dedicated to promoting Diabetes Awareness! Come out and see us & help raise awareness for an important, relevant cause!
“BODY is a collection of new works performed by the MOVEMENT ACTIVITIES group to help our friends at the CENTRAL OHIO DIABETES ASSOCIATION with their charitable and much needed outreach. Proceeds, after our minimal production costs, will be donated to the diabetes association.
On November 2nd, Feverhead hosted the talented, ambient, avant-garde, visual and audio duo, Ariadne. To introduce this evening of duets, though, Josh Ramsey Hines and myself, as well as, Feverhead owner, Nicole Garlando and Mel Mark explored our own duets through movement. Here’s an excerpt of the improvisational duet performed by Josh Ramsey Hines and myself:
As a Key Holder at FEVERHEAD, myself and fellow “feverheaders” are so excited about this upcoming Super Sunday @ The Wexner Center for the Arts! Super Sunday is an interdisciplinary studio with local artists and organizations- This Sunday come join all of us from FEVERHEAD while you explore the latest exhibition of Black Mountain College!
Dancers/ Movers: Nicole Garlando, Josh Hines and myself will be facilitating Themo͞ovmənt kôrnər! …….a space for experimenting with body, shape, space, partnership, narrative, imagery and (of course) movement! Participants will be led through dances and scores- directed to build, tear apart, morph and expand imagination. Come dance with us, there is no experience needed. Bring your mind, your voice and your self. Participants are encouraged to be inspired by other mediums and aspects of the exhibition as well, so gather as you go and feel free to bring photos, drawings, text, poetry or thoughts from what you experience along the way.
This Saturday, October 29th @ 7pm at Columbus Dance Theatre there will be a show that benefits heroin survivors and prevention. CMCo (Columbus Moving Co.) will be dancing two works in the show- One solo by CMCo’s very own, Jeff Fouch, and one improvised group piece, among other works from Columbus artists. Let’s celebrate art’s ability to positively influence our community. It’s a beautiful and very important cause- We hope to see you there!!!