The Dancer-Citizen Live 2018: MOVING THE MAP

Screenshot of Hannah and Alireza duet in Between I and Thou (2017).

On June 24, 2018, The Dancer-Citizen presented a single day, multiple site, live-streamed dance event: The Dancer-Citizen Live 2018: MOVING THE MAP

Contributors to the first five issues of The Dancer-Citizen were invited into a collaborative process with the journal toward the development of this live, curated event, with the aim of more deeply exploring themes generated by the journal issues.

Hosted by editor Julie B. Johnson in Atlanta, and with live feed originating from New York City and Los Angeles in the US, and Hamburg, Germany, MOVING THE MAP invited audiences both on-site and on-line to performances, workshops, and discussion. Sequential scheduling allowed audiences to move among events or stay engaged with one site; the full event is now available here. Visit the link below to view a post-event reflection from Hannah Schwadron, one of our participating artists.

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Hannah Schwadron

The participating artists’ contributions demonstrate the range of power and possibility in the work of dancer-citizens.  MOVING THE MAP invited audiences to engage:

Host Site, Atlanta: Julie B. Johnson
2pm local time
The Dance Lab
1384 Ralph David Abernathy Blv. SW
Atlanta, 30310

Los Angeles: Bernard Brown, Allison Wyper and Rhizomatic Studio: Karine Fluerima, Sophie Goldstein, J. Alex Mathews, Young-Tseng Wong
12pm local time
Pieter Performance Space
420 W Avenue 33
Los Angeles, CA 90031

New York City: Christina Castro-Tauser, Maira Duarte, Heather Harrington
1pm local time
The Clemente
Flamboyán Theatre
107 Suffolk, NYC 10002

Hamburg, Germany: Iria Arenas, JKL Collective, Hannah Schwadron
6pm local time
Erika Klütz Shule für Theatertanz und Tanzpädagogik
Daimlerstraße 71A
22761 Hamburg

Pre-recorded Interludes from Rio, Brazil: Sonia Destri and Companhia Urbana de Dança 

Online live stream host: HowlRound - mission statement and more information

Technical Director: Kimberly Binns -Bio

Artists submitted previews for MOVING THE MAP. Visit each link below to see how projects developed.