Archive for October, 2011
Perhaps they are ‘tabling’ their issues? Do they like to shop at ‘Sur le Table’ Maybe they are looking at the ‘table of contents’? Or are they discussing the ‘Periodic Table of Elements’? Actually I think that they are working on ‘Navigating the Hallway’! See what they serve at their Table November 17th, and 18th, […]
Today is FOOD DAY and it is very appropriate that right now Sue is in Conway, Arkansas as part of The Moving Toward Health Project, CORE’s long-term collaboration with the University of Central Arkansas. The mission of MTH is to use dance to talk about health and to raise awareness of body image, healthy lifestyle and disordered eating. For the next […]
CORE Performance Company and KDNY collaborate on KDNY’s concept Navigating the Hallway, Nov. 17-18, 8 p.m., CORE Studios CORE Performance Company is collaborating with New York’s KDNY to perform the dance installation Navigating the Hallway on November 17 and 18 beginning at 8 p.m. in CORE Studios. Tickets are $10 general and $5 student/senior/artist and […]
Our Salon tomorrow will be exploring the ideas of shared space, compromise, and the components that are inherent in cohabitation. Below is a link to a podcast that helped to shape some of the work you will see tomorrow. http://www.npr.org/2011/07/19/138468870/what-the-word-compromise-really-means Salon6:30-8pmCORE Studios139 Sycamore StDecatur, GAMarta Stop, DecaturRefreshments generously provided by Cafe Alsace See you tomorrow!!
A little clip of the dancers making music outside the office on Monday.
Lunchtime in the Studio–Thurs., Nov. 17, noon-1p.m. Free dance and dialogue, with lunch! This second Lunchtime in the Studio event of CORE’s 25th Season in Decatur will introduce the visiting artists of KDNY Dance to the community and give audiences a behind the scenes look at the upcoming performance, Navigating the Hallway, which will be […]
The Moment Between from CORE Dance on Vimeo. In this new work, created collaboratively by Sue A. Schroeder and jhon r. stronks, focus is given to time, points in space and lines in space. The work is supported by an original sound score by Berlin-based composer Christian Meyer. This recording is from the Houston performance […]
forget the rhythm don’t think about any rhyme searching for breakthrough namaste