A Moving Conversation: Movement Arts Event
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR BOTH NIGHTS
12 Choreographers, 30+ dancers!
The Fremont Abbey Arts Center curates their first annual movement arts event hosting 12 of Seattle's emerging and established choreographers in performance and conversation
On February 25 & 26, 2011, 7:30 pm, Fremont Abbey Arts Center, 4272 Fremont Avenue North, will present its first annual movement arts event with an Audience/Artist exchange to follow each concert. Performances will take place in the Great Hall of this beautifully restored historic building.
A Moving Conversation- An Annual Movement Art Event was conceived and curated by Abbey Dance Curator, Karin Stevens. Stevens will moderate a 'conversation' between the choreographers at a pre-performance dinner and also at the post-performance choreographer and audience exchange that is open to the public. A Moving Conversation is part of the Abbey's mission to be a vibrant community venue that provides a supportive space for artistic development and educational opportunities for the audience through creative events.
12 choreographers have been identified and invited from around the city to take part in launching the first A Moving Conversation. The seasoned professionals and budding new artists are: Marlo Martin, Andre Bouchard, Katy Hagelin, Victoria McConnell, Sarah Seder, Alex Martin, Freya Wormus, Keneniah Bystrom, Sarah Olds, Kristen Legg, Marissa Haga, and Markeith Wiley.
Karin Stevens - email@example.com
Doors open at 6:30pm with the Abbey Cafe serving organic coffee, tea, chai, etc.
Performance begins at 7:30 in the Great Hall followed by moderated conversation in Cafe.
All-ages, mostly seated
Tickets range from $12 - 15 and can be purchased via http://www.brownpapertickets.com/producer/4401
or at the door for cash/check only.
Fremont Abbey Arts Center - at the corner of 43rd & Fremont Avenue North
4272 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
Fremont Abbey Arts Center
4272 Fremont Ave North
Seattle, WA 98103
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